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Announcing #vROps Webinar Series 2017 – Part 1 – What’s new in 6.5

Welcome to the vRealize Operations Manager Webinar Series 2017. With the huge success of the series back in 2016, we wanted to take a break, enjoy the success and come back with full rigor for this series in 2017. We are here and we are charged up to give you some more dope on vRealize Operations manager in the year 2017.

The delivery mechanism would be same as last year. We will start with talking about a topic and then jump into a live environment to see what happens when the rubber hits the road…

To begin the series, we will start with the latest edition of vROps to see the enhancements VMware has done in the product and how customers can operationalize these features to make their operations simple and effective.

Here are the details!

Session title – What’s New with vRealize Operations 6.5
Date – Tuesday, 28th March 2017
Time – 13:00 PST
Speakers – Sunny Dua and Simon Eady
Webinar Link – Click here to join the meeting
Save invite – Click to save invite

 

#vROps Webinar 2016 – Part 8 : SDDC Operations with vROps Custom Dashboards

| 31/08/2016 | Tags: , , , ,

vRealize-Operations-Manager-Logo_thumb.jpgWith today, being the last day of the month, we wanted to make sure that we share this out with you folks out there to keep up with the practice.

Iwan Rahabok, did a great job on this one, talking about the the concept of SDDC operations and I would recommend this session to anyone who wants a jump-start into transforming their operations for SDDC. Quickly want to thank Iwan here for spending his valuable time with us and giving back to the community through this Webinar Series, Blogs, Books etc.

Once again I would like to thank my friend and partner in this project Sunny as without him this would not be possible.

So without further ado, here is the recording for this session:

Installing vCOps 5.8 in the DefinIT Lab – 4GB RAM and 2 vCPU

| 10/01/2014 | Tags: , , ,

vCOps There’s no doubt that vCOps is a great product for proactively monitoring your vSphere environment, but it’s a hefty package for the lab. The minimum recommended RAM is a whopping 16GB – in my lab that’s the whole of my management host! I recently needed to do some testing so I wanted to get it running in the lab with the barest minimum I could get working, and it turns out you can get working with just 4GB and 2 CPU…albeit you wouldn’t want to monitor much! I also want to use vFlash Read Cache to accelerate I/O in the lab – this requires upgrading VMtools and the VM hardware to version 10.

Bear in mind that this is a lab install, and production environments should follow the recommended minimums and configurations! (more…)