The steps are given in great detail in documentation. Pasting them below for ready reference:
Adding the vCenter server to BMC Server Automation
This topic provides instructions for adding the vCenter server to BMC BladeLogic Server Automation.
- From within the BMC Server Automation Console, add the vCenter server as a managed server to a server group (right-click a server group and select Add Server ).
- Select Configuration > Property Dictionary View.
- Browse the Built-in Property Classes > Connection class.
- Click the Instances tab.
- Create a Connection instance using the following naming convention:
For example, if your vCenter server was added into BMC Server Automation with the name prodvcs02.example.local, you would name the instance Connection_prodvcs02.example.local. This new instance contains the connection details for the vCenter server.
Your user role must have the appropriate RBAC permissions to create the Connection instance, otherwise the association between the instances will not be created and the server will not be enrolled.
- Set the following properties for the new Connection instance you created:
Property Value CONNECTION_URL Enter the web URL of the SDK of the vCenter server (for example, https://<vCenterServerName>/sdk). Note: This name should match the VMware vCenter server name registered in BMC Server Automation. CONNECTION_USER Enter the name of an administrator of VMware vCenter, or another user with required privileges.
If you need to provide a domain name with the username, enter it here as <domainName\userName>.
CONNECTION_PASSWORD Enter the password of the user that is mentioned in the above property.
- Save the instance.
- Distribute the vCenter configuration object on the vCenter server:
- From the BMC Server Automation Console, navigate to the Jobs folder.
- Right-click a job group and select New > Administration Task > Distribute Configuration Objects.
- Provide a name for the Job and click Next.
- Expand the Global Configuration Objects list, select the VMware vCenter Server object, and add it to the Selected Configuration Objects section. Click Next.
- On the Targets panel, select the agent installed on the vCenter host.
- Click Finish, and execute the job. For details, see Distributing configuration objects.
You can now use the BMC Server Automation Console to Live-browse the server and access the Virtual Center node. For details on adding a server and setting its properties, see Adding a server to the system.
Hope it helps.
Yes, you are right. I have not configure and deploy Configuration Object. Thanks for pointing me to the document