Cloud Proxy is a required component in vRealize Operations Manager if you use Telegraf agents to monitor operating systems or applications. However, I can see that many people don't know what to do if their Cloud Proxies or Telegraf agents do not work correctly. That post describes basic commands, files location, etc., to help you … Continue reading vRealize Operations Manager: Troubleshooting Cloud Proxy and Telegraf agents.
By default, vRealize Operations Manager alerts us when OS partition/disk is out of space. But sometimes want to exclude some disks or partitions from such alerts because they are full by design. For example, you have a separate partition for pagefile, rotated logs, or just userspace that can be full, and it's ok to us. … Continue reading How to exclude partitions from vRealize Operations Manager alerts
vRealize Operations Manager is a powerful tool that enables and simplifies performance, capacity, and cost optimization in our environment. Today I want to focus on actions that we can run from the vROPS console. By default, The actions available in vRealize Operations Manager allow us to modify the state or configuration of selected objects in vCenter. But … Continue reading Add vRO workflow as a custom resource action in vRealize Operations Manager
This time we are jumping to vRealize Operations Manager and looking for an answer to the question: How long was my VM powered on, for example, in the last 7 or 30 days? Sounds simple and it can be useful to show that on SLA reports. Yes, we have a built-in metric in vROPS called … Continue reading vROPS Super Metric: VM OS Uptime in a given time