In part 1 of this short series, I walked though setting up a vSphere environment, including ESXi and vCenter, using VMware Fusion. In part 2, I will walk through deploying VOVA and using vSphere with OpenStack. Before proceeding, I encourage the reader to review the official VOVA manual if you haven’t already done so.
Preparing For VOVA
- Log on to the VCSA from your browser, using the static IP address you set earlier and going through port 9443. Log on with username: root and password: vmware.
- Create a new virtual datacenter (I created one called “dc”) and underneath the datacenter, create a new cluster (I created one called “openstack”); connect to your ESXi host and assign it to your new vdc and cluster.
- It’s important that VOVA is in time sync with VCSA. If you aren’t able to sync both either to a…
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