Preparing and Adding vRO Powershell Host using SSL and Self-Sign Certificate

In the enterprise world usually per the security policy you should use an official certificate issued by the corporate KMS, but sometimes for PoC or quick crash and burn test, you may need to use a self-singed certificate. I’ve put could of commands in a form of a script which… Continue reading

Build a vRealize Orchestrator 7.6 Cluster

Clustering of vRealize Orchestrator is moved from the Control Center to the VAMI. Since version 7.5, you not only cluster the vRO application, but also the embedded database. To start configuring it you need to login to one of your appliances on port 5480 (https://vro-appliance_ip_or_fqdn:5480). For login, you must use… Continue reading

Configuring vRealize Orchestrator (vRO) 7.6

After the deployment of the vRealize Orchestrator (vRO) appliance covered in my previous post, now I will go through the initial configuration, so it can be turned into a working orchestrator engine, where we can do our future development. The configuration is done through the HTML5 based vRO Control Center… Continue reading

Deploy a vRealize Orchestrator (vRO) 7.6

Deploying and Configuring vRealize Orchestrator (vRO) 7.6 is a relatively easy and straight forward process. While the deployment is pretty much the same as the prevision versions of the vRO, the configuration is slightly different. The deployment could be done on running vSphere infrastructure, standalone VMware ESXi host or even… Continue reading