You can use project constraints to manage what vRealize Orchestrator integrations are used in workflow subscriptions.

vRealize Automation Cloud Assembly supports the integration of multiple vRealize Orchestrator servers that can be used in workflow subscriptions. You can manage what vRealize Orchestrator integrations are used in cloud templates provisioned by your project with soft or hard project constraints. For more information on project constraints, see Using vRealize Automation Cloud Assembly project tags and custom properties.

Prerequisites

Procedure

  1. Navigate to Infrastructure > Administration > Projects and select your project.
  2. Select the Provisioning tab.
  3. Enter the capability tags of your vRealize Orchestrator integrations in the Extensibility constraints text box and set them as soft or hard project constraints.
  4. Click Save.

Results

When you deploy a cloud template, vRealize Automation Cloud Assembly uses the project constraints to manage what vRealize Orchestrator integrations are used in workflow subscriptions.

What to do next

Alternatively, you can use capability tags to manage multiple vRealize Orchestrator integrations on a cloud account level. For more information, see Managing multiple vRealize Orchestrator integrations with cloud account capability tags.