Hi All! This is my first authored book available at Amazon. Hope you enjoy it.
- Get complete control of capacity management in your virtual environment
- Display the most appropriate performance metrics and assemble your own dashboard
- Analyze and process data from different sources into a single repository
- Optimize vRealize Automation workload placement
In the modern IT world, the criticality of managing the health, efficiency, and compliance of virtualized environments is more important than ever. With vRealize Operations Manager 6.6, you can make a difference to your business by being reactive rather than proactive.
Mastering vRealize Operations Manager helps you streamline your processes and customize the environment to suit your needs. You will gain visibility across all devices in the network and retain full control. With easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions and support images, you will quickly master the ability to manipulate your data and display it in a way that best suits you and your business or technical requirements.
This book not only covers designing, installing, and upgrading vRealize Operations 6.6, but also gives you a deep understanding of its building blocks: badges, alerts, super metrics, views, dashboards, management packs, and plugins. With the new vRealize Operations 6.6 troubleshooting capabilities, capacity planning, intelligent workload placement, and additional monitoring capabilities, this book is aimed at ensuring you get the knowledge to manage your virtualized environment as effectively as possible.
What you will learn
- Discover advanced vRealize Operations concepts and design your processes effectively for the underlying architecture
- Plan and install a new version or upgrade from a previous one
- Apply proven capacity management theories and techniques in practical, real-world environments
- Manipulate data and metrics to display them in the most effective way possible
- Create custom views and dashboards fit for any use case
- Explore how policies have evolved in vRealize Operations 6.6 and how to apply them in the most effective manner
Who This Book Is For
If you are an administrator of a virtual environment and have used vRealize Operations before but want to gain a professional understanding by easily implementing complex tasks with it, then this book is for you.
Table of Contents
- Going ahead with vRops
- Which vRealize Operations Deployment Model Fits Your Needs
- Initial Setup and Configuration
- Extending vROps with Management Packs and Plugins
- Getting a handle on Alerting and Notifications
- Capacity Management Made Easy
- Aligning vROps with Business Outcomes
- Super Metrics made Super Easy
- Creating Custom Views
- Creating Custom Dashboards
- Using vRealize Operations to Monitor Applications
- Leveraging vROps for vSphere and vRA Workload Placement and Balancing
- Using vRealize Operations for Infrastructure Compliance
- Troubleshooting vRealize Operations
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