VMware: vROps Editions: Standard Explained
This is part of a blog series on VMware vRealize Operations Manager Editions. The series breaks down the key aspects and differentiators between the three vROps Editions (Standard, Advanced, and Enterprise), including the critical components of extensibility and customization. The primary source of extensibility in vRealize Operations comes from Blue Medora’s True Visibility Suite, whose tiers align with the vROps editions.
This is the second blog of the series and will look at the core features of Standard edition.
Standard edition vROps is the entry level version of the product and focuses on VMware virtualization monitoring. Tight integration with vSphere pulls in VMware VM’s, Hosts, Datastores, Clusters, Datacenters, and other VMware-related resources. The platform can scale out to handle large vSphere environments using the node architecture.
VMware-centric dashboards, views, and reports are provided out-of-the-box to give you better insight into the health, performance, and availability of your VMware workloads. In a recent update, users of Standard edition vROps can also monitor server hardware and EMC storage using Blue Medora True Visibility Suite Standard edition. Each of these packs includes dashboards, views, and reports to add your VMware-centric ones.
Read the entire article here, vROps Editions: Standard – VMware Cloud Management
via the fine folks at VMware!