IaaS administrators are responsible for creating the endpoints that allow vRealize Automation to communicate with your infrastructure. You create a vRealize Orchestrator endpoint for use by Realize Automation to communicate workflows.

1

Log in to the Rainpole Infrastructure Service Portal.

a

Open a Web browser and go to https://vra01svr01.rainpole.local/vcac/org/rainpole.

b

From the Select your domain drop-down menu select Rainpole.local and click Next

c

Log in using the following credentials.

Setting

Value

User name

itac-tenantadmin

Password

itac_tenantadmin_password

Domain

rainpole.local

2

Select Infrastructure > Endpoints > Credentials.

3

Click New to create a credential for the vRealize Orchestrator administrator, configure the following values, and click Save.

Setting

Value

Name

vRO Admin

Description

Administrator of vra01vro01

User Name

svc-vra@rainpole.local

Password

svc-vra_password


4

Create a new endpoint for vRealize Orchestrator.

a

Select Infrastructure > Endpoints > Endpoints

b

Click New > Orchestration > vRealize Orchestrator, configure the following values, and click New to add a custom property.

Setting

Value

Name

vra01vro01.rainpole.local

Address

https://vra01vro01.rainpole.local:8281/vco

Credentials

vRO Admin

c

Configure the following values for the custom property, click Save, and click OK.

Setting

Value

Name

VMware.VCenterOrchestrator.Priority

Valure

1

Encrypted

Deselected


5

Start the data collection for the newly created endpoint.

a

Hover the vRealize Orchestrator endpoint in the Endpoints list and click Data Collection.


b

Click Start to begin the vRealize Orchestrator data collection process. Wait several minutes for the data collection process to complete.

c

Click Refresh to verify that the data collection successfully complete. 

When a data collection success status message appears, the configuration process is complete.