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About This BookLearn the best practices of system architecture and design of the newly released vRealize Automation 6.2Resolve common pitfalls during the configuration and customization process by exploring complex topics such as cloud provisioningAnMoreAbout This BookLearn the best practices of system architecture and design of the newly released vRealize Automation 6.2Resolve common pitfalls during the configuration and customization process by exploring complex topics such as cloud provisioningAn easy-to-follow guide that will help you to become the go-to person for vRealize Automation in your organizationWho This Book Is ForThis book is intended for readers who already have advanced knowledge of vCenter and want to utilize automation and orchestration. If you want to design your environment with best practices and real world configuration examples, this book will be the perfect companion.What You Will LearnMaster the installation, configuration, and customization of vRealize Automation 6.2Integrate SCCM, Kickstart, and WIM deployment servers with vRealize AutomationEasy-to-follow integration steps for using vRealize Orchestrator, Operations Manager, and Application Services with vRealize Automation 6.2Avoid common pitfalls during the configuration and customization processesDeep dive into configuring workflows within vRealize OrchestratorvRealize Automation design concepts and best practices for small, medium, or large enterprise environmentsCreate Approval Policies to govern the amount of resources end users can consume when provisioning infrastructureCreate multiple machine blueprints to leverage the existing deployment methods in your environmentIn DetailvRealize Automation 6.2 orchestrates the provisioning of infrastructure, applications, and customized services delivered from a self-service web portal. Administrators can create Blueprints that deploy VMs on demand. This ensures uniformity in the VMs and timeliness in their delivery.The book opens with an overview of vRealize Automation and moves into the basic components required to set up vRA. You are guided through the steps to design your vRealize Automation environment and introduced to integration points, including SCCM and Kickstart deployments. You will learn about Approval Policies, how to set them up and how to integrate other products, such as vRealize Operations Manager and Orchestrator.Finally, the book provides a valuable list of references to enhance your knowledge of vRealize Automation 6.2.