Integration with vRealize Hyperic enables wider monitoring of vRealize Automation objects through the vRealize-Automation and vSphere-SSO plug-ins.

Plug-ins are installed and configured through vRealize Hyperic.

Verify that vRealize Automation is installed and configured with a fully qualified domain name.

If vRealize Orchestrator is installed behind a load balancer, verify that the certificates have been issued from the load balancer.

If you are running vRealize Hyperic version 5.8.4, delete the following plug-ins from your environment.

vRealize Business Standard

vSphere SSO

vCenter Orchestrator

vRealize Automation AppServices

vRealize Automation IaaS

Verify that the Hyperic agent is installed and configured on all virtual machines running vRealize Automation.

Download the latest versions of the vRealize-Automation and vSphere-SSO plug-ins from the VMware Solution Exchange.


Install and configure the plug-ins through the vRealize Hyperic Plugin Manager.


Configure the following vRealize server components on each server profile.

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Configure the IaaS Credentials to create a relationship between the flow of the vRealize components. See Configuring the IaaS Credentials.


Optional. If you have a high availability configuration, and have load balancers as part of your vRealize Automation environment, manually configure the load balancers in vRealize Hyperic. See Configuring Load Balancer Servers.

Access the vRealize Automation Overview dashboard to begin monitoring your vRealize Automation environment.

View the relationship between vRealize components, by accessing the Environment pane in vRealize Operations Manager and clicking vRealize Automation under Inventory Trees.