Install and Configure vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager 1.2 part 1


 Install and Configure vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager 1.2 part 1



vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager provides a single installation and management platform for all products in the vRealize Suite.
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System Requirements –
Systems that run vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager must meet specific hardware and operating system requirements
  • vCenter Server 6.0 or 6.5
  • ESXi version 6.0 or 6.5
Minimum Hardware Requirements
Verify that the system where you run vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager meets the following minimum software requirements
  • 2 vCPUs if content lifecycle management is disabled.
  • 4 vCPUs, if content lifecycle management is enabled.
  • 16 GB memory
  • 127 GB storage
Supported vRealize Suite Products
vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager supports the following vRealize Suite products and product versions

  • vRealize Automation 7.3.1 and 7.4.
  • vRealize Orchestrator 7.3.0 and 7.4.0 ( all versions embedded with supported vRealize Automation versions are supported) n
  • vRealize Business for Cloud 7.3.1 and 7.4.
  • vRealize Operations Manager 6.6.1. and 6.7.0
  • vRealize Log Insight 4.5.1 and 4.6.0.

Deploy the vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager Appliance

Deploy the vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager appliance to begin using vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager. To create the appliance, you use the vSphere Client to download and deploy a partially configured virtual machine from a template.

Prerequisites
  • Log in to the vSphere Client with an account that has permission to deploy OVF templates to the inventory.
  • Download vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager .ovf or .ova file from My VMware to a location accessible to the vSphere Client
Procedure

1 Select the vSphere Deploy OVF Template






Enter the path to the vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager appliance .ovf or .ova file








Read and accept the end-user license agreement




  



Enter an appliance name and inventory location. When you deploy appliances, use a different name for each one, and do not include nonalphanumeric characters such as underscores ( _ ) in names.




Select the host and cluster in which the appliance will reside and Select the resource pool in which the appliance will reside.



  




Select a deployment configuration.




Note   Enable this feature if you want to use content management, where the VA is deployed with 4 CPUs.
Typically, there is an option to include or exclude content management. You can select a configuration and mention the change in the number of CPU that is required


Select the storage that will host the appliance






Select Thick  or thin as the disk format.
Format does not affect appliance disk size. If an appliance needs more space for data, increase disk size by using vSphere after deploying.




From the drop-down menu, select a Destination Network




12 Complete the appliance properties.
a For Hostname, enter the appliance FQDN.
b (Optional) Enter the certificate properties.
c In Network Properties, when using static IP addresses, enter the values for gateway, netmask, and DNS servers. You must also enter the IP address, FQDN, and domain for the appliance itself.




Depending on your deployment, vCenter Server, and DNS configuration, select one of the following ways of finishing deployment and powering up the appliance.



Verify that the vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager appliance is deployed by pinging its FQDN.




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