Install vCloud Automation Center 6 (vCAC 6) – part 7 – Create and Publish Blueprints

Blueprints define the resources and attributes associated with the provisioning of a virtual, physical, or cloud machine. Blueprints are configured for any machine (VM, vApp, Physical, Cloud) or a combination (multimachine blueprint) that will be available for provisioning in the portal. Prepare VMs for provisioning Before proceed creating a blueprint, …

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Install vCloud Automation Center 6 (vCAC 6) – part 6 – Configure IaaS for vSphere

During the vCAC Complete Install process, we already installed a vSphere agent. vCloud Automation Center uses agents to integrate with external systems. A system administrator installs agents that communicate with virtualization platforms. You can find more details about agnet in the vCAC official documentation. vCloud Automation Center uses the following …

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Install vCloud Automation Center 6 (vCAC 6) – part 5 – Initial Configuration – Tenant Configuration

In this section we will configure user accounts and the default tenant. The default tenant has been created during installation and it can be reached at the address https://vcac-appliance-hostname.domain.name/shell-ui-app; it can be accessed using the administrator@vsphere.local SSO account. Single or Multi-Tenant configuration vCAC 6 can be configured as Single or Multi-Tenant …

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Install vCloud Automation Center 6 (vCAC 6) – part 3 – vCAC Appliance

This appliance server includes the vCloud Automation Center console, which provides a single portal for self-service provisioning and management of cloud services, as well as authoring and administration.  Deployment: Using vSphere web client, right click on your Datacenter and select “Deploy OVF Template…” Select Virtual Machine name and destination folder. then …

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Install vCloud Automation Center 6 (vCAC 6) – part 1

vCloud Automation Center (vCAC) is VMware’s central cloud management tool and offers a self-service catalog for requesting and managing all types of IT services across multiple clouds and platforms to provide customers with on-demand access to any service. vCAC is capable of managing virtual (vSphere, Hyper-V, KVM, XenServer), physical (Dell, …

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