IaaS administrators create endpoints to allow vCloud Automation Center to communicate with the KVM (RHEV) environment and discover compute resources, collect data, and provision machines.

Note

You do not have to create endpoints one at a time. You can also create endpoints by importing them from a list. .

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

Store User Credentials for Endpoints.

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Select Infrastructure > Endpoints > Endpoints.

2

Select New Endpoint > Virtual > KVM (RHEV).

3

Enter a name in the Name text box.

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(Optional) Enter a description in the Description text box.

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Type the URL for the endpoint in the Address text box.

The URL must be of the type: https://FQDN or https://IP_address

For example, https://mycompany-kvmrhev1.mycompany.local.

6

Select the Credentials for the endpoint.

If you did not already store the credentials, you can do so now.

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(Optional) Add any custom properties.

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Click OK.

vCloud Automation Center can now discover your compute resources.

Add the compute resources from your endpoint to a fabric group.

See Create a Fabric Group.