VMware vRealize Automation 6.2 Configuration vCAC configuration is little complicate. I’ll separate to vCAC server, IaaS, vCAC itself and VCO configurations, 4 sections.
vCenter Server Configuration We will do identity source and permission settings on vCenter Server.
In previous articles I shared how to build vCAC 6.2 LAB, we created domain controller and DNS services on DC01.contoso.com, vCenter Server on VC01.contoso.com, 3 ESXi hosts on ESX01/02/03.contoso.com, vCAC server on vCAC.contoso.com, IaaS server of vCAC on IaaS.contoso.com and FreeNAS server on FreeNAS.contoso.com.
VMware vRealize Automation 6.2 (vCAC) installation vCAC contains 3 components: vCAC itself, vRealize Orchestrator (VCO) and IaaS server. I used native VCO to save resource. I’m going to share how to install vCAC by two sections: vCAC installation and IaaS installation.
FreeNAS Installation I need FreeNAS provides shared NFS storage for ESXi hosts to enable advanced features such as HA or vMotion. I gave 1GB RAM, 4 vCPU and 2GB local disk to FreeNAS virtual machine. DNS name is FreeNAS.contoso.com.
Recently VMware released VMware vRealize Automation Center 6.2 (vCAC). I guess there will be a newer version along with vSphere 6.0. Be an ITPro you have to keep learning new stuff! I built a lab environment on my laptop for learning. I’m going to share my implementation experience below, it spent me dozen hours plus […]