This procedure describes how to set up vRealize Automation Cloud to work with a Microsoft Azure VMware Solution self-service hybrid cloud environment so that they can use vRealize Automation Cloudworkloads within this environment.
vRealize Automation Cloud supports connections with Azure VMware Solution (AVS) to move and run VMware workloads on an Azure cloud environment. AVS was created by Microsoft to support interface with VMware environments.
Use of AVS is well documented by Microsoft. You can find the documentation here:
- Azure VMware Solution -https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/azure-vmware/
To use AVS in vRealize Automation Cloud, you must set up both vCenter and NSX-T cloud accounts. See the following documentation for setting up these cloud accounts:
- Set up vCenter cloud account - Create a vCenter cloud account in vRealize Automation Cloud
- Create an NSX-T cloud account - Create an NSX-T cloud account in vRealize Automation Cloud
The following procedure outlines the high level steps to configure your environment so that you can deploy vRealize Automation Cloud workloads on AVS.
- Install and configure Azure VMware Solution based on the vendor instructions as appropriate for your environment.
- Create vCenter and NSX-T cloud accounts within your vRealize Automation Cloud deployment.