After you update the components of the vRealize Operations Manager deployment, perform the configuration changes to the environment according to the objectives and deployment guidelines of this validated design.
Configure User Privileges in vSphere for Integration with vRealize Operations Manager In this version of the validated design, you dedicate service accounts on vSphere for each integration with vRealize Operations Manager and you assign them global permissions accordingly. This version also introduces a naming convention for service accounts for consistency.
Configure Adapter Credentials for Dedicated Service Accounts in vRealize Operations Manager After you upgrade vRealize Operations Manager to the version used in this design, for collecting statistics you dedicate service accounts on vSphere for safe application-to-application communication. Configure the adapters in vRealize Operations Manager for the products where you introduce these service accounts.
Connect vRealize Operations Manager to vRealize Business in Region A In this version of this validated design, you can view infrastructure performance, cost information, and troubleshooting tips that are provided by vRealize Business for Cloud in the operations interface of vRealize Operations Manager. Configure the vRealize Operations Manager Management Pack for vRealize Business to connect to the vRealize Business instance in the SDDC.
Enable vSAN Monitoring in vRealize Operations Manager In this version of this validated design, you can view vSAN topology and collect data about vSAN capacity and issues in vRealize Operations Manager. Configure the vRealize Operations Management Pack for vSAN to enable this monitoring.
Configure User Privileges on vRealize Automation for Integration with vRealize Operations Manager In version 7.3 of vRealize Automation and later, assign the infrastructure architect role to the svc-vrops-vra service account in the addition to the software architect role. vRealize Operations Manager must have both roles to collect statistics about the operation of vRealize Automation.
Clean Up Obsolete Service Accounts for vRealize Operations Manager in vSphere In this version of the design, you change the service account configuration for vRealize Operations Manager in vSphere to dedicate a service account to each solution in vRealize Operations Manager and to follow a consistent naming convention for accounts. Remove the global permissions for the deprecated accounts in vSphere in Region A to restrict unauthorized access to the SDDC.