vRealize Automation is a modern infrastructure automation platform that enables private and multi-cloud environments on VMware Cloud infrastructure. It delivers self-service automation, DevOps for infrastructure, and network automation capabilities that help you increase business and IT agility, productivity, and efficiency. Integrate, streamline, and modernize traditional, cloud-native, and multi-cloud infrastructures with vRealize Automation and simplify IT while preparing for the future of your business.
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Managing hybrid and multi-cloud environments to support rapidly changing needs across the organization is challenging. Infrastructure and application provisioning are semi-automated, with multiple tools and scripts, leading to inefficiencies, low productivity, complexity, and security and compliance risks. With vRealize Automation, IT teams get the customized services they need where they need them, and DevOps teams can automate the infrastructure release automation process.
Quickly and easily set up and manage a secure hybrid or multi-cloud environment throughout its lifecycle.
Dynamically adjust to infrastructure changes while maintaining consistent automation and service delivery.
Gain consistent policy, control, and compliance across your multi-cloud environment.
Automate infrastructure delivery for agility, consistency and visibility.
Manage traditional and cloud-native workloads across private, hybrid and multi-cloud environments.
Secure self-service IaaS consumption layer for resources across VMware Cloud infrastructure and multiple public clouds (AWS, Azure, Google Cloud and more).
Unified and consistent IaaS consumption layer with self-service catalog that enables users to request and provision infrastructure resources.
Flexible guardrails including role-based policies across all cloud environments to maintain proper security and compliance.
Defines VMware Cloud infrastructure provisioning and orchestration, and specifies infrastructure resources to be deployed across private, hybrid and public clouds.
Design VMware Cloud Templates for workloads abstracted from the underlying infrastructure, and destination cloud end points.
VMware Cloud Templates support IaC, allowing developers to create templates declaratively using YAML/JSON formats, and distributed version-control systems like Git.
Simplify consumption of private cloud infrastructure and policies based on VMware Cloud Foundation.
Support dedicated infrastructure multi-tenancy leveraging Provider and Tenant organizations which provide logical isolation for governance and resources.
vRealize Orchestrator, Action-Based Extensibility (ABX) and built-in integrations with popular third-party tools.
Pipeline release automation with Code Stream, enabling continuous delivery of infrastructure resources.
Evolve your VMware data center into a private or hybrid cloud infrastructure based on VMware Cloud Foundation and VMware Cloud on AWS.
Extend self-service automation to multiple public clouds, including Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform.
Enable powerful Infrastructure as Code (IaC) platform with support for infrastructure pipelining and iterative development.
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See the vRealize Automation Hardware Specifications document for details about the hardware requirements for each component of vRealize Automation.
Learn the basics of VMware vRealize Automation with the intro Hands-on Lab (HOL). Or go deeper with the advanced lab to explore complex service authoring capabilities. HOLs are always free, up and running on your browser in minutes, and require no installation.
Yes. You can explore these case studies that show how our customers have achieved agility and more efficient IT service delivery using vRealize Automation. See how IT organizations are successfully taking advantage of automation to solve their business and IT challenges. Or download the case study insights eBook.
You must set up the storage and network of your vCenter Server cluster configurations to meet certain requirements so that you can install Application Services in vCloud Director or vSphere. Follow the required procedures outlined in the Set Up vCenter Server Cluster Configurations document.