About This Book
- Understand the drawbacks of traditional paradigm and management that make performance and capacity management difficult in SDDC
- Master the counters in vCenter and vRealize Operations by discovering what they mean and their interdependencies
- Build rich dashboards using a practical and easy-to-follow approach supported with real-life examples
Who This Book Is For
If you are an IT professional who is interested in performance management and capacity management in a virtual data center, then this book is ideal for you. The book is an intermediate-level book.
What You Will Learn
- Educate and convince your peers on why and how performance and capacity management change in a virtual data center
- Correct many misconceptions about virtualization
- Discover how your peers operationalize their vRealize Operations
- Master all the key metrics in vSphere and vRealize Operations
- Be confident in performance troubleshooting with vSphere and vRealize Operations
- See real-life examples of how super metric and advance dashboards make management easier
- Develop rich custom dashboards with interaction and super metrics
VMware vRealize Operations is a suite of products that automates operations management using patented analytics and an integrated approach to performance, capacity, and configuration management. vRealize Operations Manager is the most important component of this suite that helps administrators to maintain and troubleshoot their VMware environment as well as their physical environment.
This book takes you through the fundamental differences between a Software-Defined Data Center and a classic physical data center, and how these differences impact both architecture and operations. From a strategic point of view, you will come across the most common challenges associated with performance management in a Software-Defined Data Center. Furthermore, you will learn all the key counters in vSphere and vRealize Operations, understand their dependencies, and acquaint yourself with practical solutions to configure them for a healthy virtual environment.