Configuring the Orchestrator service SSL certificate

In this recipe, we will have a closer look at the SSL certificate of the Orchestrator server.

Getting ready

You need a running Orchestrator server.

If you are intending to use an SSL certificate signed by a Certificate Authority (CA), you need to be able to sign a certificate request. You also need the CA root certificate, as well as any intermediate certificate, so that you can import it into the Orchestrator SSL store.

If you are creating a clustered vRO, please see the recipe Load-balancing Orchestrator in Chapter 3, Distributed Design first.

How to do it...

There are basically two kinds of certificates we can use, self-signed or CA-signed.

Self-signed certificates

When you installed vRO, a self-signed ...

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