Use these tables to record the information that you need for migration from your source and target environments.

Example

Table 1. Source vRealize Automation Appliance

Option

Description

Value

Host name

Log in to your source vRealize Automation Appliance Management. Find the host name on the System tab. The host name must be a fully qualified domain name (FQDN).

Root username

root

Root password

The root password that you entered when you deployed your source vRealize Automation appliance.

Migration package location

Path to an existing directory on the source vRealize Automation 6.2.x or 7.x appliance where the migration package is created. The directory must have available space that is twice as big as the size of the vRealize Automation database. The default location is /storage.

Table 2. Target vRealize Automation Appliance

Option

Description

Value

Root username

root

Root password

The root password that you entered when you deployed your target vRealize Automation appliance.

Default tenant

vsphere.local

Administrator username

administrator

Administrator password

Password for the administrator@vsphere.local user that you entered when you deployed the target vRealize Automation environment.

Table 3. Target IaaS Database

Option

Description

Value

Database server

Location of Microsoft SQL Server instance where the cloned database resides. If named instance and a non-default port is used, specify in SERVER,PORT\INSTANCE-NAME format.

Cloned database name

Name of the source vRealize Automation6.2.x/7.x IaaS Microsoft SQL database cloned for migration.

Authentication mode

Select either Windows or SQL Server. If you select SQL Server, you must enter a login name and password.

Login name

Login name for the SQL Server user who has the db_owner role for the cloned IaaS Microsoft SQL database.

Password

Password for the SQL Server user.

Original encryption key

Original encryption key that you retrieve from the source environment. See Obtain the Encryption Key from the Source vRealize Automation Environment.

New passphrase

A series of words used to generate a new encryption key. You use this passphrase each time you install a new IaaS component in the target vRealize Automation environment.

What to do next

Obtain the Encryption Key from the Source vRealize Automation Environment.