Using the OneFuse vRealize Automation module, it’s easy to create API-based, blueprints-as-a-service to drive solutions from upstream automation tools or scripts. 

OneFuse eliminates the security risk of requiring direct access to a vRealize automation, enabling least-privilege access for specific use cases via policy-based services, versus exposing the full vRealize Automation API or micro-managing permissions. Each policy defines the automation use case, organization, cloud template and optional input parameters – with the added flexibility of having the requester influence all use cases dynamically via templated fields.



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Highlights

Consume VMware vRealize Automation Cloud Templates

via API, scripts or supported Upstream Platforms

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Drive “Blueprints-as-a-Serivce" dynamically

Specify Cloud Template/Blueprint by name, version, input parameters and which user will own the deployed resources

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Centralized Visibility

View the active deployment representing the resource(s) and relevant data of each policy execution

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Features and Capabilities

  • Drive from any tool, e.g. vRealize Automation, Terraform, Ansible, ServiceNow, CloudBolt CMP or directly via the API
  • OneFuse enables least-privilege access wherein each policy serves as an API-based service, restricted to the specific use cases defined in the policy, without exposing the full vRealize Automation API 
  • Each policy defines the automation use case, organization, cloud template and optional input parameters 
  • Ability to dynamically assign the owner for vRA-deployed resources provisioned using the policy 
  • Multiple vRealize Automation Policies (each specifying a vRealize Automation Endpoint) can safely co-exist, allowing for isolated testing and promotion without disruption