vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager

How to Add Binary in vRSLCM

Configure Binary Mapping in vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager

vRealize Suite Lifecycle manager uses binaries to deploy the various products. You must add & configure binary in the vRSLCM in order to deploy all your vRealize Suite products using vRSLCM. In this post we will see on How to Add Binary in vRSLCM.

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vRealize Suite Lifecycle manager uses product binaries to deploy the products. You must provide the Binary from where vRSLCM can pull the data. In vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager you can add & configure binaries using 3 different ways which are described below:

Local : Local binary is where you must upload the OVA files of vRealize Suite products & you can provide location of local while configuration. By default local uses “/data” location. So if you want to use local than you must upload all the OVA files to the “/data” location by logging in to the vRSLCM Appliance using WinSCP or any other tools.

NFS : NFS is simple network share location which you can use to supply product binaries. You can use NFS Share folder to keep all the product OVA files & you can set NFS Location in vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager binary.

MyVMware: MyVMware is simple where you can just add your VMware account so all the binaries will directly get downloaded from VMware portal. So if you have internet connectivity to your vRSLCM Appliance you can use this option as well.

If you haven’t installed vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager than check our step by step Installation:

How to Install vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager Step by Step ?

So let’s see how to add binary in vRSLCM:

Step 1:
Login to vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager.

Install vRealize Suite Lifecycle manager

Step 2:
Go to Lifecycle Operations.

vRSLCM Home page

Step 3:
Go to Settings from navigator.
Click on Binary Mapping.

add binary in vrealize suite lifecycle manager

Step 4:
Here you will see all the added binaries into vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager.
Click on “ADD BINARIES” to add binary.

add binary in vrealize suite lifecycle manager

Step 5:
As we discussed above you have 3 options to add binary.
We are going with the Local option.
Provide the local directory where binaries are uploaded.
Click on Discover.

add binary in vrealize suite lifecycle manager

Step 6:
Once you click on Discover you will see the product names which you have uploaded & added.
Select the box & click Add.

add binary in vrealize suite lifecycle manager

Now you will see that your product binaries are successfully added.

add binary in vrealize suite lifecycle manager

That’s it, Using this way you can add & configure product binary in vRealize Suite Lifecycle manager so that you can easily deploy the products.

If you are using local option than you first need to upload the downloaded OVA files into the appliance than only it will be discovered here.

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Mayur Parmar

Hi I am Mayur Parmar. Independent Author & Founder of Mastering VMware. I am working in IT industry for more than 4 Years with knowledge of VMware , Microsoft Server's, Linux Server's.

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