Deploying Operations Manager to vSphere
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Refer to this topic for help deploying Ops Manager to VMware vSphere. For help deploying Ops Manager to vCloud Air or vCloud, see the Deploying Operations Manager to vCloud Air and vCloud topic.
- Refer to the Known Issues topic before getting started.
Download the Pivotal Cloud Foundry (PCF) Ops Manager
.ovafile at Pivotal Network. Click the Pivotal Cloud Foundry region to access the PCF product page. Use the dropdown menu to select an Ops Manager release.
Log into vCenter.
Select the VM and Templates view.
Right click on your datacenter and select New Folder.
Name the folder
pivotal_cfand select it.
Select File > Deploy OVF Template.
Select the .ova file and click Next.
Review the product details and click Next.
Accept the license agreement and click Next.
Name the virtual machine and click Next.
Note: The selected folder is the one you created.
Select a vSphere cluster and click Next.
If prompted, select a resource pool and click Next.
If prompted, select a host and click Next.
Note: Hardware virtualization must be off if your vSphere host does not support VT-X/EPT. Refer to the Prerequisites topic for more information.
Select a storage destination and click Next.
Select a disk format and click Next. For information about disk formats, see Provisioning a Virtual Disk.
Select a network from the drop down list and click Next.
Enter network information and passwords for the Ops Manager VM admin user and click Next.
Note: You must enter a default admin password, or else your Ops Manager VM will not boot up.
Keep this network information. The IP Address will be the location of the Ops Manager interface.
Check the Power on after deployment checkbox and click Finish. Once the VM boots, the interface is available at the IP address you specified.
Note: It is normal to experience a brief delay before the interface is accessible while the web server and VM start up.
Create a DNS entry for the IP address that you used for Ops Manager. You must use this fully qualified domain name when you log into Ops Manager in the Configuring Ops Manager Director for VMware vSphere topic.
Note: Ops Manager 1.7 security features require you to create a fully qualified domain name in order to access Ops Manager during the initial configuration.