A system administrator can view the status of vRealize Automation services from the Event Log on the system administrator console.

Subsets of services are required to run individual product components. For example, identity services and UI core services must be running before you can configure a tenant.

The following tables tell you which services are associated with areas of vRealize Automation functionality.

Table 1. Identity Service Group

Service

Description

management-service

Identity Service Group

sts-service

Single Sign-on Appliance

authorization

Authorization Service

authentication

Authentication

eventlog-service

Event log service

licensing-service

Licensing service

Table 2. UI Core services

Service

Description

shel-ui-app

Shell Service

branding-service

Branding Service

plugin-service

Extensibility (Plug-in) Service

portal-service

Portal Service

All the following services are required to run the IaaS component.

Table 3. Service Catalog Group (Governance Services)

Service

Description

notification-service

Notification service

workitem-service

Work Item service

approval-service

Approval Service

catalog-service

Service Catalog

Table 4. IaaS Services Group

Service

Description

iaas-proxy-provider

IaaS Proxy

iaas-server

IaaS Windows machine

Table 5. XaaS

Service

Description

vco

vRealize Orchestrator

advanced-designer-service

XaaS blueprints and resource actions