Administer vRealize Orchestrator and Troubleshoot Automation Implementation

Virtual network administrators and data center operatives who are managing a virtualized infrastructure and are looking to gain knowledge and skills in cloud management and automation features provided by VMware vRealize Suite and vCloud products


Expected Duration
72 minutes

The concept of extensibility refers to enhancing your system capabilities without making major infrastructure changes. So in essence, it’s about being flexible – just being able to adapt to a certain degree without making a significant overhaul to the environment. Knowing the vRealize automation extensibility options available can help grow and develop your deployment to meet group needs within your organization. In this course, you will learn the steps involved in configuring and administering vRealize Orchestrator, including how to create and modify basic Orchestrator Workflows as well as integrating vRealize Orchestrator with vRealize Automation Center. In addition, this course covers how to monitor and troubleshoot a vRealize Automation implementation, including how to audit vRealize Automation resources and events and map vRealize Automation resources to a vSphere resources. This course is one of a series of Skillsoft courses that cover the objectives for the VMware certification exam VCP-CMA: VMware Certified Professional – Cloud Management and Automation.


vRealize Automation Troubleshooting

  • start the course
  • identify steps to troubleshoot login issues
  • identify steps to troubleshoot installation issues
  • identify steps to troubleshoot upgrade issues
  • identify log file locations
  • Auditing Resources and Events

  • provide status details of managed virtual machines
  • determine status and history of workflows
  • identify event attributes
  • display status information
  • Mapping Resources

  • create a resource map
  • create and publish a resource action
  • Creating Orchestrator Workflows

  • describe orchestrator workflows
  • describe different Orchestrator workflow types
  • create and manage Orchestrator endpoints to run workflows
  • use an Orchestrator workflow from an IaaS workflow
  • import Orchestrator Workflows into vRealize Automation
  • configure the default workflow folder for a tenant
  • create and publish orchestrator workflows as catalog items in a service blueprint
  • Integrating vRealize Orchestrator

  • provision and modify custom resources
  • configure vRealize Automation to use external vRealize Orchestrator server
  • configure service endpoints
  • Practice: Using vRealize Orchestrator

  • extend a machine life cycle by using vRealize Orchestrator




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