Following my previous post around integrating the vCOps Custom UI with Active Directory, I had another talk with a fellow teammate about the fact that the process of providing limited view to user for a specific dashboard is not that intuitive. Once again, let’s try to simplify things.
Last week I had a talk around the fact that integrating vCOps Custom UI with Active Directory is not that of an intuitive process, let’s try simplify it.
In my previous post for this series I touched on both the allocation and demand models available to us when using vCops for capacity planning. As we have seen, playing with vCops capacity planning policy is important. Let’s continue with the configurations.
Lately, I’ve been working a lot around vCops. Using vCops in the right way can be super useful with the most common tasks for VMware architects and administrators. If you are in a search for simplifying your organization capacity planning process, discovering critical issues in your virtual environment or you’re just trying to check which VMs are the most oversized in the datacenter, vCops is your guy.