vRealize Orchestrator 8.0.1 Deployment guide

VMware vRealize Orchestrator is a development- and process-automation platform that provides a library of extensible workflows to allow you to create and run automated, configurable processes to manage VMware products as well as other third-party technologies.

Deploy the vRealize Orchestrator Appliance

Log in to the vSphere Web Client as an administrator.

Select an inventory object that is a valid parent object of a virtual machine, such as a data center, folder, cluster, resource pool, or host – Actions > Deploy OVF Template.

Enter the file path or the URL to the .ova file and click Next

Enter a name and location for the vRealize Orchestrator Appliance, and click Next

Select a host, cluster, resource pool, or vApp as a destination on which you want the appliance to run, and click Next

Review the deployment details, and click Next

Accept the terms in the license agreement and click Next.

Select the storage format you want to use for the vRealize Orchestrator Appliance.

Configure the network settings

When configuring the network settings of the vRealize Orchestrator Appliance, you must use the IPv4 protocol. For both DHCP and Static network configurations, you must add a fully qualified domain
name (FQDN) for your vRealize Orchestrator Appliance.

Review the Ready to complete page and click Finish

Log in to the vRealize Orchestrator Appliance command line as root and confirm that you can perform a forward or reverse DNS lookup.

Enable or Disable SSH Access to the vRealize Orchestrator Appliance

Log in to the vRealize Orchestrator Appliance command line as root

To enable SSH access, run the /usr/bin/toggle-ssh enable command.

To disable SSH access, run the /usr/bin/toggle-ssh disable command.

Configure a Standalone vRealize Orchestrator Server with vSphere Authentication

Navigate to https://your_orchestrator_FQDN/vco-controlcenter

Log in as root with the password you entered during OVA deployment.

On the Configure Authentication Provider page, select vSphere from the Authentication mode drop-down menu.

In the Host address text box, enter the fully qualified domain name or IP address of the Platform Services Controller instance that contains the vCenter Single Sign-On and click Connect.

Review the certificate information of the authentication provider and click Accept Certificate

By default, this account is administrator@vsphere.local and the name of the default tenant is vsphere.local

In the Admin group text box, enter the name of an administrators group and click SEARCH For example, vsphere.local\vcoadmins


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