You can configure the health service to run tests for vRealize Orchestrator on the vRealize Orchestrator host. These tests confirm that components, such as the vro-server service, are registered and necessary resources, such as sufficient Java memory heap, are available.


Log in to the vRealize Automation console as an IaaS administrator.


  1. Select Administration > Health.
  2. Click New Configuration.
  3. On the Configuration Details page, provide the requested information.




    Your title for this configuration.


    Optional description.


    Select vRealize Orchestrator.


    How often the tests run.

  4. Click Next.
  5. On the Select Test Suites page, select Tests for vRealize Orchestrator.
  6. Click Next.
  7. On the Configure Parameters page, provide the requested information.




    vRealize Orchestrator Host/Load Balancer

    Client Address

    Fully qualified domain name of the vRealize Orchestrator host. For example, vro-host.domain, or the base URL for the vRealize Orchestrator load balancer, https://load-balancer-host.domain/.

    Client Username


    Client Password

    The administrator password.

    SSH Console Username


    SSH Console Password

    The root password.

    Heap Utilization Threshold

    Acceptable percent of heap space that is used before the warning test fails.

    vRealize Orchestrator Instances behind Load Balancer

    SSH Console Address

    IP address or URL of the vRealize Orchestrator instance behind the load balancer.

    SSH Console Username

    User name with access to this instance.

    SSH Console Password

    The user name password.

    Click ADD to add another vRealize Orchestrator instance to the list. Click REMOVE to remove a selected vRealize Orchestrator instance from the list of instances behind the load balancer.

  8. Click Next.
  9. On the Summary page, review the information.
  10. Click Finish.

    Tests run according to the selected schedule.

What to do next

View the vRealize Automation Health Service Test Suite Results