You can migrate your existing vRealize Orchestrator 7.x deployment to a vRealize Orchestrator 8.x environment. Migration is supported for vRealize Orchestrator 7.3 or later authenticated with vSphere or with vRealize Automation 7.x.
What does the migration include?
- The migration of vRealize Orchestrator instances authenticated with vSphere also includes the state of currently running entities, such as workflow execution tokens, scheduled tasks, policy runs.
- For vRealize Orchestrator instances authenticated with vRealize Automation, the currently running entities appear in a failed state in the target vRealize Orchestrator environment.
What is not migrated?
- The VCAC, VCACCAFE, GEF, Data Management, and Workflow Documentation plug-ins of the source vRealize Orchestrator. Aside from workflow runs, all vRealize Orchestrator content associated with these plug-ins is not migrated to the vRealize Orchestrator target environment.
- Syslog server configuration in the Logging Integration page in Control Center.
- Workflow execution logs.
- Dynamic Types plug-in configurations.
Migrating embedded vRealize Orchestrator environments
You can migrate your external vRealize Orchestrator 7.x environment to both external and embedded vRealize Orchestrator environments. However, migration of embedded vRealize Orchestrator environments to external environments is not supported.
For information about migrating embedded vRealize Orchestrator environments, see the vRealize Automation 8 Transition Guide.
FIPS compliance considerations
Migrating or upgrading existing deployments to FIPS-compliant vRealize Orchestrator 8.3 environments is not supported.
By default, FIPS mode can be enabled only during installation. For more information, see Download and Deploy the vRealize Orchestrator Appliance.
To learn more about support for FIPS 140-2 in VMware products, see this page.