VMware Cloud Adapter

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Automate IP Address Provisioning for Virtual Machines

The Infoblox VMware Cloud Adapter was developed for VMware vCenter Orchestrator (vCO)/VMware vRealize Orchestrator (vRO), which works in tandem with the VMware vCloud Director (vCD) and vCloud Automation Center (vCAC)/vRealize Automation (vRA). This adapter automates the processes of providing an IP address to a newly created virtual machine, updating DNS and configuring network devices quickly and efficiently.

Features & Benefits

  • Provision systems in minutes, instead of days, with automated IP address provisioning for Cloud infrastructure and services by enabling automatic IP allocation and de-allocation as VMs are spun up and shut down
  • Simplify troubleshooting and reduce downtime with real-time visibility into physical and virtualized network infrastructure
  • Manage movement between VM clusters easily with synchronization of critical DNS, DHCP and IP address services

System Requirements

  • A system that is capable of running VMware vCenter Orchestrator/VMware vRealize Orchestrator with vCloud Director or VMware vCloud Automation Center/VMware vRealize Automation
  • NIOS 5.x through 6.2.x supported by plug-in version
  • NIOS 6.3.0 and above supported by plug-in version
  • NIOS 6.8.2 and above supported by plug-in version 2.2.0
  • NIOS 6.10.x and above supported by plug-in version 2.3.x
  • NIOS 6.11.x and above supported by plug-in version 2.4.x
  • NIOS 7.0.2 and above supported by plug-in version 3.0.x and above
  • VMware vCenter Orchestrator (5.1 and above)*/VMware vRealize Orchestrator (6.0 and above)
  • VMware vCloud Director (5.1 and above)*
  • VMware vCloud Automation Center (5.1 and above)*/VMware vRealize Automation (6.2 and above)
  • A web browser that supports JavaScript

*Note: Plug-in versions 3.1 and above do not support vCloud Director and vCenter Orchestrator/vCloud Automation Center 5.1