As noted in a previous article, this page shows how many workflows and actions become available on a vCO 5.5.1 server after installing only the officially released Plug-ins, Flings, and Packages (Note that there are hundreds of packages containing thousands of workflows onvarious blogs and in the Orchestrator Communities.) The target vCO 5.5.1 (220.127.116.117127) Server has: 1083 Workflows and 2069 Actions. Workflows (1083) categoryNamenameversiondescription Addresses Allocate Address 0.0.1 Acquires an Elastic IP address.
This page was generated using a workflow to access the REST API of a freshly deployed VMware vCenter Orchestrator (vCO) 5.5.1 GA Virtual Appliance. The results indicate a total of: 394 Workflows and 388 Actions. Please note that for each Plug-in you install, additional Library Workflows and Actions will be available. I've provided ahandy link page for the plug-ins that I'm aware of here on this blog.. as noted on that page, the official repository where VMware and Partners should be submitting their plug-ins is the VMware Solution Exchange.
Action Name (Action Count: 250)Action DescriptionReturn TypeModule Name updateAdminCatalog vCloud:AdminCatalog com.vmware.library.vCloud.Admin.Catalog createAdminCatalog vCloud:AdminCatalog com.vmware.library.vCloud.Admin.Catalog publishAdminCatalog vCloud:AdminCatalog com.vmware.library.vCloud.Admin.Catalog deleteAdminCatalog void com.vmware.library.vCloud.Admin.Catalog composeRoutingKey string com.vmware.library.vCloud.Admin.Extension.Notifications configureBlockingTasks void com.vmware.library.vCloud.Admin.Extension.Notifications setupAmqpBroker void com.vmware.library.vCloud.Admin.Extension.Notifications enableNotifications void com.vmware.library.vCloud.Admin.Extension.Notifications createImportVmIntoExistingVAppParams Any com.vmware.library.vCloud.Admin.Extension.VIM Server updateVimServer vCloud:Task com.
Workflow Name (Workflow Count: 138)Workflow DescriptionWorkflow Category Change the number of CPUs CPU Add a catalog Adds a catalog to an organization. Catalog Update a catalog Updates a catalog. Catalog Delete a catalog Deletes a catalog. Catalog Share a catalog Updates the sharing configuration of a catalog. Catalog Publish a catalog Publishes or unpublishes a catalog to all organizations external to the catalog's organization.
When trying to re-install vCenter Orchestrator (vCO), there is occasion when a file prevents the re-installation of the product. The following error may be experienced: Found the same version of vCenter Orchestrator (x.x.x.xxx). To reinstall this version of the product, first uninstall the current version and run this installer again. You can export the current configuration from the Web Configuration interface and import it back into the product after you have completed the new installation
There are a total of 34 workflows delivered as part of the VMware vCenter Orchestrator Plug-in for Microsoft Active Directory Director. The table below provides their names and descriptions Workflow NameDescription Create a computer in a group Creates an Active Directory computer in a group. Create a computer in an organizational unit Creates an Active Directory computer in an organizational unit. Destroy a computer Deletes a computer from an Active Directory instance.
A total of 158 new actions are delivered as part of the VMware vCenter Orchestrator Plug-in for vCloud Director. The table below provides their names and descriptions Action NameAction Description updateCatalogItem null disableAdminVdc null discardSuspendedState null createOrgLeaseSettings null publishAdminCatalog null updateUser null deleteAdminCatalog null updateAdminCatalog null uploadMedia null createOrgSmtpSettings null createEndOfTaskTriggerForTask null getAdminOrganizationFromVApp null deleteVAppTemplate null createAdminVdcParams null updateMedia null deleteUser null insertMedia null createAdminOrganization null uploadFiles null getAdminExtensionFromVdc null deleteAdminOrganization null createLdapUserAttributes null deleteAdminVdc null getVdcFromVApp null enableVMWHost null updateRole null getNumberOfNic null shutdown null deleteRole null createIpRanges null downloadVAppTemplate null undeploy null updateVimServer null unregisterVimServer null importGroup null createImportVmAsVAppParams null importVmAsVApp null updateAdminVdc null createAccessSetting null getAdminOrganizationFromCatalog null getOrganizationFromVM null createUser null validateVlanIdRanges null getAdminHostFromOrganization null createLdapGroupAttributes null createVMWProviderVdcParams null createVMWProviderVdc null createShieldManagerParams null createRole null erase null getVmsFromVApp null createVMWProviderNetwork null createLeaseSettingsSection null createVMWNetworkPool null getAdminHostFromRole null enableVMWProviderVdc null deleteCatalogItem null getAdminExtensionFromOrganization null deploy null createIpScope null createNetworkConfiguration null createVAppNetworkConfiguration null vim3WaitTaskEnd Wait for a VC Task to end.
There are a total of 91 new workflows delivered as part of the VMware vCenter Orchestrator Plug-in for vCloud Director. The table below provides their names and descriptions Workflow NameDescription Unregister VIM Server Unregisters a vCenter Server. Import VM as vApp Imports a virtual machine from an available vCenter Server as a vApp. Power Off VM Powers off a virtual machine. Does not free the resources reserved for the virtual machine.
There are a considerable number of pre-built workflows that may be used to build your own orchestrator solutions. The environment this table is taken from has the VC, VIM3 (OPTIONAL), and Microsoft (OPTIONAL) vmoapps installed: WorkflowDescription \\Library \\Library\\JDBC --- JDBC URL generator Sollicits information to generate a connection URL for JDBC database connections. The workflow emits the connection string it generates as output via the system log, and confirms the string can create a connection to the specified database.