VMware vRealize Automation: Install, Configure, Manage [V7.3]


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During this five-day course, you will focus on installing, configuring, and managing VMware vRealize® Automation™. You will learn about the configuration and use of the vRealize Automation platform, including self-service provisioning and the creation of catalog services that include predefined virtual machines, software components, and on-demand VMware NSX® networks. This course also covers interfacing vRealize Automation with other systems using VMware vRealize® Orchestrator™ to leverage workflows, creating approval cycles, and managing machine lifecycles to conserve resources. In addition, you will better understand and know how to achieve the benefits of automation as a component of the software-defined data center.

This course is also available in an On Demand format. For more information, select this link:  VMware vRealize Automation: Install, Configure, Manage [V7.3] - On Demand.

Product Alignment

  • vRealize Automation 7.3


By the end of the course, you should be able to meet the following objectives:

  • Describe the vRealize Automation architecture and use cases

  • Install and configure vRealize Automation

  • Manage vRealize Automation entities on VMware and third-party virtual, cloud, and physical infrastructures

  • Configure and manage catalogs and blueprints

  • Configure and manage business groups and reservations for compute resources on VMware, Microsoft, Amazon, and other platforms

  • Use the self-service portal to request and manage machines in accordance with vRealize Automation approval and governance policies

  • Explain vRealize Automation extensibility and workflows

  • Manage and monitor machines and resource reclamation


Experienced system administrators and system integrators responsible for designing and implementing vRealize Automation


This course requires completion of one of the following courses:

  • VMware vSphere: Install, Configure, Manage [V6.5]

  • VMware vSphere: Fast Track [V6.5]

Experience with working at the command line is helpful.

The course presumes that a student can perform the following tasks with no assistance or guidance before enrolling in this course:

  • Install and configure VMware ESX®/VMware ESXi™ 

  • Install VMware vCenter Server®

  • Create vCenter Server objects, such as data centers and folders

  • Create and manage vCenter Server roles and permissions

  • Create and modify a standard switch

  • Create and modify a distributed switch

  • Connect an ESX/ESXi host to NAS, iSCSI, or Fibre Channel storage

  • Create a VMware vSphere® VMFS datastore

  • Enable VMware vSphere® vMotion® on an ESX/ESXi host

  • Use a wizard or a template to create a virtual machine

  • Modify a virtual machine’s hardware

  • Migrate a virtual machine with vSphere vMotion

  • Migrate a virtual machine with VMware vSphere® Storage vMotion®

  • Configure and manage a VMware vSphere® Distributed Resource Scheduler™ cluster with resource pools

  • Configure and manage a VMware vSphere® High Availability cluster

If you are unable to complete all of these tasks, VMware recommends that you complete one of the prerequisite courses before enrolling in VMware vRealize Automation: Install, Configure, Manage.


Course Introduction

  • Introductions and course logistics

  • Course objectives

vRealize Automation Overview and Architecture

  • Describe the software-defined data center

  • Explain the purpose of vRealize Automation

  • Explain the concepts of vRealize Automation administration and self-service provisioning

  • Describe where vRealize Automation fits in the VMware product line

  • Discuss use cases for vRealize Automation

  • Identify the components of a vRealize Automation simple deployment

  • Identify the components of a vRealize Automation enterprise deployment

  • Identify the component design options for vRealize Automation

  • Identify how vRealize Automation integrates with other VMware products

Authentication, Fabric, and Tenants

  • Describe identity management in vRealize Automation

  • Identify the authentication methods available in vRealize Automation

  • Identify the appropriate roles for specific tasks in vRealize Automation

  • Create tenants

  • Explain multitenant leading practices

  • Define relationships between vRealize Automation entities

  • Identify and configure vRealize Automation endpoints

  • Identify how vRealize Automation discovers compute resources

  • Identify fabric groups, business groups, and reservations

  • Create and manage reservations for compute resources

Converged Blueprints, Containers, and Catalog Management

  • Define blueprints

  • Identify the process and options for configuring blueprints

  • Create a blueprint with a single virtual machine

  • Create a blueprint with multiple virtual machines

  • Use parameters in blueprints

  • Describe containers

  • Identify the role of the service catalog

  • Define catalog items

  • Use entitlements to manage catalog items

Consuming Catalog Services

  • Request a single-machine service

  • Monitor the service provisioning status

  • Reconfigure a provisioned machine

  • Manage snapshots

  • Identify roles involved in creating approval policies

  • Identify approval policy level

  • Identify approval phases

  • Create and apply approval policies for catalog items

  • Use custom properties to modify the provisioning process

  • Use property groups to group sets of custom properties

  • Use the property dictionary to modify the provisioning process

Integrating NSX

  • Identify NSX capabilities

  • Describe the NSX components that vRealize Automation uses

  • Describe the benefits of NSX integration with vRealize Automation

  • Integrate vRealize Automation with NSX

  • Use NSX elements in vRealize Automation blueprints

Application Authoring

  • Detail the lifecycle of a vRealize Automation application deployment

  • Author an application blueprint

  • Deploy an application blueprint from the service catalog

Monitoring and Reclamation

  • Identify how to monitor resource use

  • Demonstrate how to reclaim resources

  • Demonstrate how to manage machine leases

  • Monitor system events

vRealize Automation Extensibility

  • Identify the vRealize Automation extensibility tools

  • Identify the vRealize Automation extensibility use cases

  • Use vRealize CloudClient to export a blueprint

  • Use vRealize Orchestrator

  • Use vRealize Orchestrator plug-ins for external integration

  • Describe anything-as-a-service (XaaS) components

  • Create an XaaS blueprint

  • Describe how the event broker service enhances extensibility

  • Identify the appropriate subscription types and options for a subscription

  • Describe the two event broker event types

  • Identify the three event broker phases

  • Illustrate the master workflow

  • Describe the necessary requirements for passing custom properties to workflows

  • Explain how the event broker helps with day 2 operations

  • Use scale-in and scale-out to size virtual appliances

  • Integrate VMware vSphere® virtual machine storage policies into blueprints

vRealize Automation Installation

  • Explain the vRealize Automation installation prerequisites

  • Describe the vRealize Automation installation procedure

  • Perform a vRealize Automation appliance deployment

  • Configure the vRealize Automation appliance

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