vCAC 6 Install Quick Start Guide Part 4

In this section we will entitle a blueprint for consumption in the catalog

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 click Administration, then catalog management

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Now click on Services then the plus icon

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Name the service infrastructure and fill in the rest of the information and add a cool icon, I found one on google.

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Now click Catalog Items and click the new RHEL Service

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Add a cool icon and Mark status as active and Service infrastructure then click update

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Now click entitlements and then the plus sign next to add a new entitlement

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Enter the following and add a User whom will access this catalog item then click next

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Click the plus sign next to Entitled services, then select infrastructure and click OK

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Now click the plus next to Entitled Catalog Items, select the RHEL server and click OK

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Click the plus sign next to Entitled Actions Select the machine actions you want and click OK

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Now click Add

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Logout and login as your test user

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Click the catalog Tab and see your new Red Hat Server Ready to order

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Contact me @vmtocloud with any questions or problems

One Reply to “vCAC 6 Install Quick Start Guide Part 4”

  1. So nice for you to share your experience about installation and configuration process of vCAC, and there would be some questions :
    1. Where and how to create tenent administrator and Iaas administrator accounts?
    2. How to control these accounts’ priviledge?
    Thanks a lot!

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