- VMware’s vRealize Automation (vRA)
- vRA components have been configured according to VMware’s recommendations
- Refer to VMware’s Architecture and Design and Reference Architecture docs.
- If using vRealize Automation 7.3.0, upgrade to vRA 7.3.1+ (required)
Please contact VMware support for assistance installing this upgrade if the target vRA environment is an HA cluster, or if it is a Production instance.
- Refer to VMware’s vRealize 7.3.1 Release Notes
- Also refer to VMware’s documentation on Upgrading vRealize Automation
- Upgrading vRA from 7.3.0 to 7.3.1 will have no impact on existing SovLabs implementations
This install takes approximately 30-60 minutes and will require downtime.
The vRA 7.3.1 upgrade is provided and supported by VMware. Please direct any questions or issues with this upgrade to VMware support.
- vRA has the following configured:
- Tenant (can be any tenant, including the root tenant, vsphere.local…)
- Compute Resource(s)
- vRA Blueprint(s)
- vCenter has the following configured:
- Networks/Trunks/port groups
- VM template(s)
- vCenter Customization Specification(s)
- Successfully provisioned a VM from vRA using a blueprint
Keep things simple by not using spaces or camel-casing for the following created for this install:
- Tenant name
- Group names
- Business Groups
For Clustered vRA and/or vRO, load balancing is configured according to VMware’s documentation: HA and vRA with SovLabs