vCAC 6 Install Quick Start Guide Part 3

In this section we will configure the system for vSphere provisioning.

This guide is broken up into the following parts:

Part 1 : Configuring the SSO and vCAC Appliances

Part 2 : Installing the Windows IaaS Components

Part 3: Configuring the system for vSphere Provisioning

Part 4: Entitling a Blueprint for catalog consumption

Now you can login to the vCAC web app. Note: This URL is always:

https://FQDNofVCACappliance/shell-ui-app

Use administrator@vsphere.local and the password you setup during the SSO configuration

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Click the plus sign next to Tenants

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Enter information for the name, user name and Contact e-mail and click next

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Click the plus to add identity store and enter your domain names and credentials and click test connection. See link below for help to find the DN (Distinguished names) in your domain

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Now click add

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Now click Next

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Search for and add an account from AD for Tenant Admin and infrastructure admin then click update

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Now log out of the default tenant

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Open a new web browser to https://FQDN-of-vCACAppliance/shell-ui-app/org/corporate

NOTE: corporate is what I used. Yours may be different.

Login with your domain credentials this time for example cloudadmin@corp.local

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Open a new web browser to https://FQDN-of-vCACAppliance/shell-ui-app/org/corporate (You should see the following screen)

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Now click the infrastructure Tab then the administration Tab

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Now click licensing, then add license, add a valid vcloud suite license or vCAC standalone license and click OK

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Now lets follow the Goals based wizard, Click the arrows on the top left to be guided through the rest of the installation

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Under My Goals click Fabric configuration then click Specify Endpoint Credentials

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Click the Plus next to New Credentials and enter the information to connect to your vCenter Server

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Click Configure endpoints

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Click New Endpoint/Virtual/vSphere

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Enter the name and credentials for vSphere and click ok (Note the Name needs to match the vCAC agent name of vCenter)

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Click Create Fabric Groups

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Click Fabric Groups,, then new fabric group

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Enter the following and click OK

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Now click business group, then New Business Group

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Enter the following information and click ok

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You need to logout and login again to see the Reservations Menu item

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Click the infrastructure tab and click Reservations

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Click Reservations again and click New Reservation

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Complete all the Tabs and click OK (Nothing new here)

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Click back to infrastructure

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Click blueprints, then blueprints and New Blueprint

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Enter information for the blueprint (Similar to vCAC 5.2)

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Hover over the Blueprint and click Publish and click OK

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