If you maintain a stand-alone, external instance of vRealize Orchestrator for use with vRealize Automation, you must upgrade when you upgrade vRealize Automation.
About this task
Embedded instances of vRealize Orchestrator are upgraded as part of the vRealize Automation appliance upgrade. No additional action is required.
If you are upgrading a vRealize Orchestrator appliance cluster, see Upgrade External vRealize Orchestrator Appliance Clusters,
For more information about upgrading external vRealize Orchestrator, see vRealize Orchestrator upgrade documentation.
Upgrade IaaS components as described in Upgrading the IaaS Server
- Shut down the vRealize Orchestrator node.
- Take a snapshot.
- Power on the vRealize Orchestrator node.
- Log in to the vRealize Orchestrator appliance configuration portal at https://orchestrator_server:5480.
- Select your upgrade method based on the instructions in the vRealize Orchestrator documentation.
- Select the Update tab in your configuration portal and click Settings.
- Choose your download method and click Save Settings.
- Click Status.
- Click Check Updates.
- Click Install Updates.
To proceed with the upgrade, you must accept the VMware End User License Agreement.
- To complete the update, restart the vRealize Orchestrator appliance.
- Login with root credentials to ControlCenter by going to https:// your_orchestrator_server_IP_or_DNS_name:8283/vco-controlcenter in a Web browser.
- Unregister the instance.
- Navigate to Configuration Authentication Provider.
- Click Unregister.
- Reregister the instance by selecting Connect and entering your credentials.
- Verify that the vco service appears as REGISTERED in the vRealize Appliance.
- From the Control Center, upgrade the vRealize Automation default plugins, which include vCAC Cafe and vCAC IaaS and NSX.