Tag: Aria Operations

Aria Operations, Super Metric, SuperMetric, Sustainability

Enhancing Sustainability Data in VMware Aria Operations using REST API and Automation

Overview of OOTB Sustainability With its VMware Greenscore VMware Aria Operations provides a great way of not only showing the effects of your current efforts toward more sustainable operations, it also offers multiple approaches which will help organization improve their operational efficiency, save money and reduce carbon emissions. Major use cases possible OOTB With the …

Aria Operations, Dashboard, vRealize Operations, vROps

Aria Operations Heatmap Widget meets Custom Groups – Grouping by Property

The Aria Operations Heatmap Widget which is very often used in many Dashboards provides the possibility of grouping objects within the Heatmap by other related object types, like in the following screenshot showing Virtual Machines grouped by their respective vSphere Cluster. Problem description This is a great feature but the grouping works only using object …

Aria Operations, Dashboard, Uncategorized, vRealize Operations, vROps

How to detect Windows Blue Screen of Death using VMware Aria Operations

Problem statement Recently I was asked by a customer what would be the best way to get alerted by VMware Aria Operations when a Windows VM stopped because of a Blue Screen of Death (BSoD) or a Linux machine suddenly quit working due to a Kernel Panic. Even if it looks like a piece of …

Aria Operations, Content, Dashboard, vRealize Operations, vROps

VMware Explore Follow-up 2 – Aria Operations Dashboard Permissions Management

Another question I was asked during my “Meet the Expert – Creating Custom Dashboards” session which I could not answer due to the limited time was: “How to manage access permissions to Aria Operations Dashboards in a way that will allow only specific group of content admins to edit only specific group of dashboards?“ Even …

Aria Operations, vRealize Operations

VMware Explore Follow-up – Aria Operations and SNMP Traps

During one of my “Meet the Expert” sessions this year in Barcelona I was asked if there is an easy way to use SNMP traps as Aria Operations Notification and let the SNMP trap receiver decide what to do with the trap based on included information except for the alert definition, object type or object …