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Archive for the ‘vCOPs’ Category

09
July
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Scenario: So, you have a VMWare implementation with several hosts, VMs, datastores, etc…and you need to stay informed on what is happening in your environment. Things like how what’s the CPU usage on a particular host or disk free space on a datastore would be great to know but not something you always want to manually monitor. vCOPs is full of useful information and at times it could even become overwhelming […]

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11
June
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Scenario: Let’s say you’ve installed VMware vCenter Operations Manager, or as it’s affectionately known vCOPs, and you are suddenly inundated with email notifications! Trust me, we’ve been there :-(. If you are anything like us you have determined that you can’t quickly and efficiently weed out the real issues from the non issues in your inbox. By default vCOPs will send workload and anomaly alerts for metrics that breach dynamic thresholds, […]

Categories: vCOPs