Cloud Infrastructure Deployment Specification

Cloud Infrastructure Deployment Specification #

Component Version Size Resources Optional Components that can be deployed by VMware Cloud Provider Lifecycle Manager
VMware Cloud Director 10.4 Virtual appliance Extra Large Configuration
1 Primary (Large) 2 Standby cells (Large) 2 Application Cells (Large)
Each Primary Cell
RAM: 32 GB
CPU: 24
Storage: 202 GB (increased root partition to 50 GB for logs, increased PostgreSQL database disk to 150 GB)
Each Standby Cell RAM: 32 GB
CPU: 24
Storage: 202 GB (increased root partition to 50 GB for logs, increased PostgreSQL database disk to 150 GB)
Each Application Cell RAM: 8 GB
CPU: 8
Storage: 132 GB (increased root partition to 50 GB for logs)
• Usage Meter
• RabbitMQ
• Chargeback
VMware Cloud Director Database

PostgreSQL
10.17 Database is embedded with the VMware Cloud Director virtual appliance
NFS Share for VMware Cloud Director NFS v4 A traditional Linux-based NFS server or other solutions like Microsoft Windows Server, the VMware vSAN File Service NFS feature, and so on, can provide the shared storage.
Starting with vSAN 7.0, you can use the vSAN File Service functionality to export NFS shares by using NFS 3.0 and NFS 4.1 protocols.
For more information about vSAN File Service, see the Administering VMware vSAN guide in the VMware vSphere Product Documentation.
Load Balancer for VCD Cells NSX-T N/A NSX-T is used to provide load balancing for clustered management components
VCD API/Portal and Console
Application profile: HTTP
Members Port: 443
Monitor: • HTTP Request Configuration: GET /cloud/server_status, HTTP Request Version: 1
• HTTP Response Configuration: HTTP response body: Service is up.
• SSL Configuration: Enabled, Client Certificate: None
Chargeback 8.6.2 To Be updated
RabbitMQ 3.9 To Be updated
Usage Meter 4.6 To Be updated
VMware Cloud Provider Lifecycle Manager 1.4 N/A RAM: 8 GB
CPU: 2
Storage: 89GB (Maximum Size -1.42TB)
NFS share for VMware Cloud Provider Lifecycle Manager NFS v4 100GB Starting with vSAN 7.0, you can use the vSAN File Service functionality to export NFS shares by using NFS 3.0 and NFS 4.1 protocols.

For more information about vSAN File Service, see the Administering VMware vSAN guide in the VMware vSphere Product Documentation.