The system administrator configures a default tenant for the vRealize Automation. They can update SSL certificates and licenses, and monitor logs, services, and license usage. Managing TenantsThe system administrator performs the initial configuration of single sign-on and basic tenant setup, including designating at least one identity store and a tenant administrator for each tenant. Thereafter, a tenant administrator can configure additional identity stores and assign roles to users or groups from the identity stores. Brand Tenant Login PagesYou can apply custom branding on a customer level to vRealize Automation tenant login pages. Install a HotfixTechnical support for your vRealize Automation installation might involve a software patch, or hotfix, that you can install using the vRealize Appliance management interface. Updating vRealize Automation CertificatesA system administrator can replace certificates for vRealize Automation components. Typically, you replace a certificate to switch from self-signed certificates to certificates provided by a certificate authority or when a certificate expires. View License UsageA system administrator can view the average number of servers and desktop licenses per endpoint. The average is calculated to the current day and the last time data collection ran. License usage information for the past twelve months is available to view. Monitoring Logs and ServicesA system administrator can monitor events and the state of services from the administration console. Starting Up and Shutting Down vRealize AutomationA system administrator performs a controlled shutdown or startup of vRealize Automation to preserve system and data integrity. Customize Data Rollover SettingsYou can enable and configure vRealize Automation data rollover settings to control how your system retains, archives or deletes legacy data. Remove an Identity Appliance from a DomainYou can remove an Identity Appliance host machine from your domain.