Category: vROps

vROps

Maintenance Mode for vRealize Operations Objects, Part 1

In this and following posts I will show you few different ways of putting vROps objects into maintenance. Objects in vROps – short intro The method used to mark an object as being in the maintenances state depends on the actual use case. As usually, the use case itself is being defined by: Requirements – …

vRealize Operations, vROps

Adding custom objects to vRealize Operations with the REST API and vRealize Orchestrator workflows

In a recent blog post “Adding Custom Metrics and Properties to vRealize Operations Objects with the REST API” I have described how to add additional metrics and properties to existing objects in vRealize Operations using the REST API and Postman. But what if you would like to use the outstanding vRealize Operations engine to manage …

Dashboard, Super Metric, SuperMetric, vRA, vROps

vRA Dashboard – Tenant Focused View How-To

As many of you are probably aware, vROps provides an easy and comprehensive way to monitor and manage a vRealize Automation (vRA) environment through utilizing the Native Management Pack (NMP) for vRealize Automation. The MP gives you a variety of pre-configured dashboards, view, alerts etc. which all work perfectly fine and give you a sufficient …

vROps

vROps SuperMetric using logical expressions

vRealize Operations Super Metrics are a very flexible and powerful way to extend the capabilities of the product way beyond the OOB content.There are many blog articles out there explaining how to basically use super metrics but only very few sources gives some examples how to put logical expressions into your formulas. So the question is, how dos …

vROps

vROps SuperMetric using logical expressions

vRealie Operations Super Metrics are a very flexible and powerful way to extend the capabilities of the product way beyond the OOB content. There are many blog articles out there explaining how to basically use super metrics but only very few sources gives some examples how to put logical expressions into your formulas. So the question …