I have a large distributed vRA Envrionment with 3 Node vRA Appliance.
As per VMware official document (vRealize Automation Hardware Specifications and Capacity Maximums ), maximum vsphere endpoints can be only 20 for vRA 7.4.
I have more than 80 vCenters to add as endpoint to my vRA Environment.
Will my existing environment support this many endpoints or what will be my approach , do i need to have multiple vRA environments to handle such a massive environment.
Existing VRA environment supports only 20 vsphere endpoint as it states in the doc.
Could you explain me below :
-->Are all 80 Vcenters in same geographical location or different.
-->What is the use case here that you want all 80 VC's to be added into VRA as endpoint ?
-->Are all 80 Vcenters in same geographical location or different. -- All are distributed across different geo locations
-->What is the use case here that you want all 80 VC's to be added into VRA as endpoint ? -- all the vCenters are distributed across Remote locations and i need to add all remote locations for provisioning.
As per the maximum config VRA guide , maximum it supports is 20 vsphere endpoint.
You can have another distributed set up of VRA which again can manage upto 20 Vsphere endpoint, it all depends on how you want to achieve this with what latency between your vcenter's.
Between your VC and VRA .
But as per the guide max supported per VRA set is 20 vsphere endpoint.
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