Using your fabric administrator privileges, you create a reservation for your Rainpole business group to allocate them vSphere resources.
After you create a reservation, you cannot change the business group or the compute resource.
- Select .
- Click the New icon ().
- Select vSphere from the drop-down menu.
- Enter the reservation information.
Rainpole business group
- Select the Resources tab.
- Enter the resources information from your deployment environment.
Select a resource cluster from the drop-down menu.
Specify the maximum number of powered on machines for this reservation.
Specify the maximum amount of memory (MB) this reservation can consume.
Select one or more storage paths and reserve space (GB) for this reservation. Prioritize the storage paths, with 1 being the highest priority.
- Select the Network tab.
- Select at least one vSphere network path.
- Click OK.
You have brought your vSphere infrastructure under vRealize Automation management and allocated vSphere resources to your team.
What to do next
Using your IaaS architect privileges, you create a machine blueprint to clone vSphere CentOS machines. See Scenario: Create a vSphere CentOS Blueprint for Cloning in Rainpole.