Before you monitor the health for a vRealize Automation instance using vRealize Health Broker, configure the vRealize Automation appliance.
- Verify that the vRealize Automation adapter is configured and is running.
- Verify that the vRealize Automation system health monitoring is enabled in the vRealize Automation UI.
- Verify that the tests are configured and are running in vRealize Automation appliance for vRealize Automation 7.4 and later.
- From the vRealize Automation appliance, log in with tenant details and click Administration.
- On the left pane, click the Health tab and click NEW CONFIGURATION.
- For vRA test Configuration, select the product name as vRealize Automation and enter the required details.
- Select a schedule to run the test requirement.
- Enable System Tests for vRealize Automation and Tenant Tests for vRealize Automation.
- In vRO test configuration, select the product name as vRealize Orchestrator and provide required details and set a schedule to run the tests.
- On the vRealize Operations Manager page, click Solutions and select VMware vRealize Automation.
- Enable the vRA system health monitoring from the drop-down menu and provide details in the vRA VA FQDN text box.
Note: By default, this option is disabled. If you have a distributed vRealize Automation instance, enter the FQDN of a cafe node.Credentials are collected from the vRealize Automation NMP adapter endpoint and vRealize Automation application server resource is created. The object collection takes about five minutes and then a message indicating that the credentials are missing is prompted.
- Click Administration, and click Inventory Explorer.
- Select a vRealize Automation application object of an SDDC adapter instance and click Edit.
- Select the add credentials icon, to add the credentials.
- In the Manager Credential, provide the root credentials.
- Enter qe for the tenant text box.
qe is the tenant information on which the health broker configurations are made.