Manage VMware Cloud Services Platform (CSP) Org access for Aria Operations for Logs Cloud using PowervRLICloud


With the latest version 1.2 of PowervRLICloud, I have added cmdlets to manage VMware CSP Org access for Aria Operations for Logs a.k.a. vRLICloud

In this blog, I will demonstrate how to manage user access to vRLICloud using PowervRLICloud.


Following are the pre-requisites

  1. PowervRLICloud Version 1.2
  2. Powershell 6/7
  3. Org Owner Access to vRLICloud environment

Environment Details

The cmdlets have been tested with the following environment

  1. Powershell 7.2 installed on Mac
  2. vRLICloud


Manage access to vRLICloud using PowervRLICloud

It uses CSP APIs for identity and access management

Step 1 – Generate API Token with Organization Owner Access

Login to the CSP console at and click your user name and select My Account > API Tokens to generate a new API Token

Step 2 – Connect using Connect-vRLI-Cloud cmdlet

Connect-vRLI-Cloud -APIToken $APIToken


Step 3 – Execute any of the following commands to manage access to CSP Org

PowervRLICloud Command Description Sample Output Screenshot


Invites a New User to CSP Org with vRLI Cloud Service Access

Default access would vRLI Cloud User unless specified 


Add/Provide an existing User with vRLI Cloud User Service Access. 

Default access would vRLI Cloud User unless specified 



Returns User Service Roles in a particular Org


Removes an existing User’s vRLI Cloud Service Access 


Remove an existing User from CSP Org 


What is PowervRLICloud?

PowervRLICloud is a PowerShell module that abstracts the VMware vRealize LogInsight Cloud APIs to a set of easily used PowerShell functions. This tool provides a comprehensive command-line environment for managing your VMware vRealize LogInsight Cloud environment

This module is not supported by VMware and comes with no warranties expressed or implied. Please test and validate its functionality before using this product in a production environment.

Announcing PowervRLICloud

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