To call vRealize Automation Plugin workflows, you configure the vRealize Automation host in vRealize Orachestrator.

1

Log in to the vRealize Orchestrator Client.

a

Open a Web browser and go to https://vra01vro01a.rainpole.local:8281.

b

Click Start Orchestrator Client.

c

On the VMware vRealize Orchestrator login page, log in to vRealize Orchestrator Host A using the following hostname and credentials.

Setting

Value

Host name

vra01vro01a.rainpole.local:8281

User name

svc-vra

Password

svc-vra_password

2

In the left pane, click Workflows, and navigate to Library > vRealize Automation > Configuration.

3

Right-click the Add a vRA host using component registry workflow and click Start Workflow.

a

On the Common parameters page, configure the following settings, and click Submit.

Setting

Value

Name of the vCAC host

vra01svr01.rainpole.local

Connection timeout

30.0

Operation timeout

60.0

4

To verify that the workflow completed successfully, click the Inventory tab and expand the vRealize Automation tree control.

The vRealize Automation Server instance that you just added is visible in the inventory.


5

In the left pane, click Workflows, and navigate to Library > vRealize Automation > Configuration.

6

Right-click the Add the IaaS host of a vRA host workflow and click Start Workflow.

a

On the Common parameters page, select vra01svr01.rainpole.local [https://vra01svr01.rainpole.local] [rainpole] for vCAC host, and click Next.

b

On the Add an IaaS host page, keep the default settings for Host Properties and click Next.

c

On the Add an IaaS host page, keep the default settings for the Proxy Settings and click Next.

d

On the Host Authentication page, select SSO for Host's authentication type, and click Submit.

7

To verify that the workflow completed successfully, click the Inventory tab and expand the vRealize Automation Infrastructure tree control.

The vRealize Automation IaaS Server instance you added is visible in the inventory.