After you deploy
vRealize Business for Cloud, you can add vCenter Server, vCloud Director and EMC SRM instances to vRealize Business for Cloud. You can also update the reference database, manage public cloud accounts, download a support file, add and update the license key for vRealize Business for Cloud. You also can generate a token for integration with vRealize Business Enterprise and also generate a key for registering a remote data collector. You can also calculate the depreciation of server hardware.
vRealize Business for Cloud Administration Before you start using vRealize Business for Cloud, you must set up the vRealize Business for Cloud appliance to work in your virtual environment.
Manage Private Cloud Connections You can manage private cloud connections such as vCenter Server, EMC Storage Resource Manager (SRM), and vCloud Director by adding, modifying and deleting them in your vRealize Business for Cloud setup.
Manage Public Cloud Accounts You can manage public cloud accounts such as Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, VMware vCloud Air accounts in vRealize Business for Cloud. You can also compare these public cloud accounts.
Update the Reference Database for vRealize Business for Cloud You can update the reference database to have the most updated version of the reference library. You can either update the references database manually or by running an auto-update feature. This reference database supplies values for cost calculations.
Generate and Download the Support File You can download the support file, which contains critical runtime information about the system.
Update Licenses for vRealize Business for Cloud You can update the license of vRealize Business for Cloud by using the Update License option.
Generate Token for vRealize Business Enterprise Integration You can generate a token and vRealize Business for Cloud host URL from vRealize Business for Cloud. You can also download the certificate file that you can import in vRealize Business Enterprise.
Managing the Data Collectors You can manage remote data collectors by generating one time key to register with a vRealize Business for Cloud server and also view or delete registered data collectors.
Calculating Depreciation of Server Hardware Cost vRealize Business for Cloud calculates the yearly depreciation values of server hardware cost and then divides the value by 12 to arrive at the monthly depreciation.
View and Update System Status You can view and update the status of critical internal business processes to understand the overall system health. The system processes run at default defined intervals to ensure that your inventory and cost data are always up-to-date. You can modify these intervals by updating the respective job property in the itfm.properties file.