IaaS administrators can leverage the Infrastructure Organizer to quickly assign cost profiles to compute resources and organize them into fabric groups. Optionally, you can continue with the Infrastructure Organizer Wizard to import existing virtual machines and bring them under vCloud Automation Center management.

Log in to the vCloud Automation Center console as an IaaS administrator.

Follow the appropriate procedures to store credentials and create endpoints.

Create the fabric groups to which you want to assign your compute resources.

(Optional) If you intend to assign cost profiles to your compute resources, a fabric administrators must create the cost profiles.

(Optional) If you intend to import existing virtual machines, a tenant administrator or business group manager must create a blueprint to apply to machines you import.


Create a fabric group that contains all of the virtual compute resources you want to organize and assign yourself as the fabric administrator.


IaaS administrators with fabric administrator privileges can leverage the Infrastructure Organizer to quickly organize multiple compute resources into fabric groups.


You can import existing virtual machines by assigning them to business groups, reservations, blueprints, and owners.