» VMware vRA7 Provider

The VMware vRA7 provider gives Terraform the ability to work with VMware vRealize Automation 7. This provider can be used to deploy exisiting blueprints as deployments.

Use the navigation on the left to read about the various resources and data sources supported by the provider.

» Example Usage

The following abridged example demonstrates a current basic usage of the provider to launch a virtual machine using the vra7_deployment resource.

provider  "vra7" {
    username = "${var.username}"
    password  = "${var.password}"
    tenant = "${var.tenant}"
    host = "${var.host}"
}

resource "vra7_deployment" "machine" {
  count            = 1
  catalog_item_name = "CentOS 7.0 x64"
  resource_configuration = {
    Linux.cpu = "2"
  }
}

See the sidebar for usage information on all of the resources, which will have examples specific to their own use cases.

» Argument Reference

The following arguments are used to configure the VMware vRA7 Provider:

  • username - (Required) This is the username for vRA7 API operations. Can also be specified with the VRA7_USERNAME environment variable.
  • password - (Required) This is the password for vRA7 API operations. Can also be specified with the VRA7_PASSWORD environment variable.
  • tenant - (Required) This is the vRA tenant ID vRA API operations. Can also be specified with the VRA7_SERVER environment variable.
  • host - (Required) This is the vRA server name for vRA API operations. Can also be specified with the VRA7_HOST environment variable.
  • insecure - (Optional) Boolean that can be set to true to disable SSL certificate verification. This should be used with care as it could allow an attacker to intercept your auth token. If omitted, default value is false. Can also be specified with the VRA7_INSECURE environment variable.

» Debugging options

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» Bug Reports and Contributing

For more information how how to submit bug reports, feature requests, or details on how to make your own contributions to the provider, see the vRA7 provider project page.