I’ve done many vSphere Health Checks in the past using vRealize Operations or short vROps. This post is about how to enrich the built-in VOA Reports. If you have no idea what a VOA is, please read this first. Even if you’re not interested in VOA’s itself this post will help you to understand how to edit Views and Reports in vRealize Operations. First things first. If you need to edit the built-in Reports, because of adding metrics and properties you are interested in, you have to understand that its all about editing Views. That’s because a Report in vROps … Continue reading
VOA – Customize vROps 6.1 Reports to your needs
I’ve done many vSphere Health Checks in the past using vRealize Operations or short vROps. This post is about how to enrich the built-in VOA Reports. If you have no idea what a VOA is, please read this first. Even…
vRealize Operations – Missing Storage and Datastore Metrics
When it comes to troubleshooting in a virtualized environment, the component which is shared most often between the hosts, is most likely a cause of a performance problem. If you look at raw performance metrics you may ask yourself, is it good…
vROps Management Packs by Blue Medora
Big picture drawing, intelligent metric analysis and dynamic thresholds, complete datacenter monitoring, event correlation, easy to consume dashboards, reporting, heatmaps, application and service monitoring, automated actions and remediations, dependency mappings … Sounds familiar? Sure! Most of the Monitoring-Solutions vendors are promising…
vSphere Optimization Assessment – VOA
vSphere Optimization Assessment – VOA Do you have a vSphere environment that has grown over the last couple of years? Do you have the feeling that many of the provisioned VMs are oversized? Are your troubleshooting activities cost you time…
When it comes to troubleshooting in a virtualized environment, the component which is shared most often between the hosts, is most likely a cause of a performance problem. If you look at raw performance metrics you may ask yourself, is it good or bad, normal or abnormal. Let me give you an analogy. If you take a picture of something and the size of the object you’re shooting isn’t well reflected and you need a context, you can put a coin aside the object and take another picture. Now you got a context and you can better imagine the size … Continue reading
Remember the times when EUC and VMware was all about a product called “VDI”? Things have changed dramatically. Now you got acronyms like UEM, vIDM and DaaS. If you want to understand how all the pieces fit together i encourage you to take a look at our Horizon integration series. This is a real business issue solver. I think everybody needs a mobility strategy in place.
By Anthony Rizzo, Staff End-User-Computing Technologist, VMware This series discusses the concept of VMware Horizon 6.2 and VMware Horizon Air Desktops and Horizon … Continue reading
When it comes to advanced trainings its always a good Idea to keep an eye on who will be the Instructor. I had so much fun delivering the advanced trainings for VMware in the past. Like the Old “Deploy, Secure & Analyze”, “Optimize & Scale” and the Troubleshooting for sure. When it comes to quality, every student will measure the success of the course mainly on the experience and teaching skills of the instructor. You’re right, the facility and some environmental factors are also important but nothing is more disappointed to realize that you are more experienced in the subject … Continue reading
There is an interesting article about F5 monitoring and troubleshooting by using the new vRealize Operations Management Pack for F5. Head over to our VMware Blog and continue reading.
By Kent Munson, F5, Principal Solution Engineer Introducing VMware vRealize Operations Management Pack for F5 In today’s application-centric world, ensuring that applications remain available, fast and secure is the end result of all of our hard work. Whether the deployment of these applications is within the data center in a private cloud or even in the public […] The post F5: Introducing VMware … Continue reading
vRealize Automation 7.0 has greatly simplified initial installation and configuration through the introduction of a simplified deployment architecture with less components, embedded authentication service, and wizard-based automated install. All of these new capabilities help accelerate time to value by as much as six times for simple deployments and over 50% for Enterprise HA configurations. In this video we are going to focus on the new wizard based install and configuration, then we will walk through an actual installation of product.
We released a new technical Whitepaper containing a Referenz Architecture for Horizon 6 with App Volumes and VSAN.
Technical whitepaper: VMware Horizon 6 with App Volumes & Virtual SAN Reference Architecture https://t.co/JdvWlpk4J0 https://t.co/Sq66ywQgzU
Chuck Petrie has written an excellent Blog about FlexPod Monitoring using vRealize Operations and the corresponding BlueMedora Management Pack.
By Chuck Petrie, Blue Medora With the use of endpoint management packs it is now possible to take advantage of the vRealize Operations Suite to manage a FlexPod environment. Third-party endpoint management packs that are tailored specifically to NetApp Storage, Cisco UCS, and Cisco Nexus provide deep insight into the monitoring of each. These management […] The post Monitoring FlexPod with VMware vRealize Operations appeared first on VMware Cloud Management .
We know that many of you weren’t able to join us in the Education and Certification Lounge at either VMworld US or VMworld Europe to see our awesome instructors present on some of the hottest topics in the industry. Luckily, we were able to film several of the sessions in Barcelona. Enjoy our recordings of the live stream from Periscope. vRealize Automation: Abstracting the vSphere Endpoint as a Cloud Resource Virtual SAN 6: A Radically Simple Solution VMware vSphere 6: Troubleshooting Tips and Tricks Introduction to AirWatch