Running a Workflow from an AlertRun a VMware Aria Operations Management Pack for VMware Aria Automation Orchestrator workflow from an alert to resolve issues reported by VMware Aria Operations. Running a Workflow from the Inventory ExplorerRun a VMware Aria Operations Management Pack for VMware Aria Automation Orchestrator workflow from the Inventory Explorer to perform common management tasks. Running an Action from the vCenter Adapter InstanceYou can run an action on multiple vCenter resources of the same type from the Inventory Explorer. Determine the Status of a Workflow After ExecutionRecent Tasks provide the status of a workflow after you execute it. View the recent tasks to see if the workflow executed correctly. If any workflow is in the failed/unknown state, you will get a notification in the alerts window with the details of the resources for which the workflow failed. If there are multiple failures, they are combined, and the alert is cleared in the next collection cycle. Example: Configuring and Executing Auto RemediationThis example describes the steps to define a custom workflow in VMware Aria Operations Management Pack for VMware Aria Automation Orchestrator and configure auto-remediation of an alert using the custom workflow. Example: Configuring Automated Compliance RemediationYou can configure automated compliance remediation by applying host security configuration rules and setting options to enforce hardening rules. Creating Workflow Actions on vCenter Resources for Custom GroupsYou can run a custom workflow as an action on custom groups. The custom groups can be Resource Type and Target Type which is the actual vCenter object the workflow is targeted for. This workflow accepts an array of vCenter objects as the input parameter.