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vRealize Operations – vROps – Policies. What, Why, How?

What is a policy? A policy in vROps is a set of rules (Analysis, Automation, Alerts & Symptoms) which are applied to a series of objects. You can create groups of objects and assign a different policy for different groups. On initial setup, there will be a "Default Policy" It...
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Deploying vRealize Operations 7.0 (vROps) to Workstation 15 Pro

Deploying certain OVAs into Workstation has been an issue in the past. Fortunately, the ESXi OVA and vCenter Server OVA now work really well however there are some OVAs that continue to be problematic. One existing issue is with the new vRealize Operations Manager 7.0 (vROps) OVA file. When deploying...
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vROps – Installation

There are three install options for VROps 6.4. Windows, Linux and the OVA. In this post we'll look at the preferred OVA installation. The OVA can be considered as more secure (Effectively a black box that admins will be less tempted to modify) and performs better since it's isolated from other...
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vRealize Operations Manager – Licensing misunderstanding

For those who get vROps included with their vSphere purchase (ie VMware vSphere with Operations Management Enterprise Plus) you might be assuming that you get the equivalent vROps licence. This is incorrect. You will only get vROps Standard regardless of whether you purchase Enterprise or Enterprise Plus vSphere licensing. For Advanced...