You can provision software by using a vRealize Automation plug-in.

Prerequisites

Verify that you have configured the following components in vRealize Automation.

  • Choosing an Endpoint Scenario see IaaS Configuration for Virtual Platforms.

  • Create a Fabric Group see IaaS Configuration for Virtual Platforms.

  • Create a Business Group see IaaS Configuration for Virtual Platforms.

  • Create a Reservation see IaaS Configuration for Virtual Platforms.

  • Create a Reservation Policy see IaaS Configuration for Physical Machines.

  • Create a Network Profile see IaaS Integration for Multi-Machine Services.

  • Create a Blueprint see IaaS Configuration for Virtual Platforms.

  • Publish a Blueprint see IaaS Configuration for Virtual Platforms.

Procedure

  1. Log in to the vRealize Orchestrator client to create an instance.
  2. Select Library > RPProvisionVCAC > Configuration > Add a VCAC Instance.
  3. Right-click the Add a VCAC Instance workflow and select Start Workflow.
  4. Enter the server configuration details.

    Option

    Description

    Name

    vRealize Automation instance name.

    URL

    Host URL. The URL format is https://serverIP.eng.vcloud.com/.

    User Credentials

    User name and password for the vRealize Automation server.

    Polling Interval

    Time that the task must wait to check the progress.

    Wait time for IP assignment

    Time that the task must wait for the IP addresses to be assigned to a machine before it can report the failure.

  5. Click Submit.
  6. Click the Yes button to import the certificate, and click Submit.
  7. Select the Release Automation tab invRealize Automation to continue with the task configuration.