You can run a workflow to add the IaaS host of a vRealize Automation host and configure the connection parameters.

Procedure

  1. From the drop-down menu in the Orchestrator client, select Run or Design.
  2. Click the Workflows view.
  3. Select Library > vRealize Automation > Infrastructure Administration > Configuration.
  4. Right-click Add an IaaS host and select Start workflow.
  5. Select the vRealize Automation host for which you want to configure an IaaS host from the vCAC host drop-down menu.
  6. Enter a unique name for the host in the Host Name text box.
  7. Enter the URL of the machine on which your Model Manager is installed.

    For example: https://model_manager_machine.com.

  8. To install the SSL certificates, select Yes.
  9. To use a proxy to access your model manager machine, select Yes.

    If you select this option, you must provide the proxy host and the proxy port on the following page.

  10. Click Next.
  11. If you are configuring an explicit proxy, provide the proxy host URL and the port.
  12. Click Next.
  13. To configure your own timeout values, click No.
  14. (Optional) : To configure the length of time vRealize Orchestrator waits for a connection or response from vRealize Automation, enter timeout intervals in the Connection timeout (seconds) and Operation timeout (seconds) text boxes.
  15. Click Next.
  16. Select the host's authentication type.

    Option

    Description

    SSO

    Select this to use vCenter Single Sign-On.

    NTLM

    Select this to enable NT LAN Manager (NTLM ) protocol-based authentication only if your Active Directory infrastructure relies on NTLM authentication.

    If you select this option, you must the additional NTLM credentials and authentication options.

  17. If you selected NTLM, click Next and enter the name of the Workstation machine and the NetBIOS domain name.
  18. Click Submit.