After the restore is complete and you power on the VMs, you must validate that the environment and application functionality is restored.

1

Verify that the Messaging server is connected.

a

Log in to vRealize Automation appliance Web Interface on https://<IP of VM>:5480/ by using root credentials.

b

Click the vRealize Automation Settings > Messaging tab to verify that the status of the Messaging Server is Connected.

2

Verify that the vRealize Automation services are registered.

a

Log in to the vRealize Automation appliance Web Interface on https://<IP of VM>:5480/ by using root credentials.

b

Click the Services tab to verify that the vRealize Automation services, except for the IaaS service, have the status of Registered.

3

If RabbitMQ fails to register correctly, see KB 2106969 to reset RabbitMQ.

Click vRealize Automation Settings > Messaging tab to reset RabbitMQ for every virtual appliance node in the cluster.

4

Verify that your IaaS database host and MSSQL are running.

5

Start the IaaS Website hosts and ensure that IIS server is running.

6

Start the IaaS Manager Service hosts and ensure that the VMware Manager Service and Windows service are running on the active node only.

7

Verify that the vRealize Automation IaaS Web Appliance is functioning properly. Enter the following address in the Web browser: https://<IP-of-VM-or-LB>/repository/data/managementmodelentities.svc/ and ensure that it is working.