If a problem occurs, general alerts and notifications are generated.

Table 1. Alerts in vCenter Server
Passive Node is Down
vCenter HA health is degraded
vCenter License is Overused
vCenter NTP Status is Failed/Down
vCenter Backup Job failed
vCenter Server is Down
Services are down in vC server
External PSC is Down
Witness Host Node is Down
Table 2. Notification in vCenter Server
Notification Symptoms
CloudPod Availability Notification Not able to retrieve the list of services. (Guest Auth Failed) May be vCenter is DOWN or some of the Critical services are not running.
The CloudPod Config Notification vCenter OS Credentials Missing, Services might not be discovered for this vCenter. Configure the VC HOST OS Credential in Inventory Explorer.
CloudPod Availability Notification Some of the vCenter Services is either not running or not healthy on vCenter <vCenterName> and the Service name is <serviceName>.
CloudPod Availability Notification Host has lost connection to vCenter Server for <Host IP>.
CloudPod Config Notification vCenter OS VM Tools Version is below 10.1.
Note: A general notification is generated by the CloudPod MP when any adapter instance fails with a symptom CloudPod Availability Notification - Adapter Instance.