Showing posts from March, 2017

Vote for VMworld 2017 Session 2562 - Automate and Align vRealize Operations with Business Outcomes

VMworld 2017 session catalog is now open for public voting. I have a session number 2562 in the catalog called Automate and Align vRealize Operations with Business Outcomes.  Please  vote for my submission  and sign-up for VMworld 2017 if have not already!

Aligning vRealize Operations with Business Outcomes - vROps White Paper

VMware just published my White Paper titled "Aligning vRealize Operations with Business Outcomes" on the Tech Papers site. Read it here . Over the past few years, I have been designing, deploying, and customizing vRealize Operations (vROps) Manager for many VMware customers. Working with different clients, I noticed a common theme emerge among various business and IT leaders. Many customers are looking for IT reporting that closely resembles their lines of business such as services, departments, applications, teams, and other logical business constructs.  Quantifying performance, utilization, and consumption at the logical business unit level is more important to business leaders than at the vSphere Cluster level.   This is because in today’s world, services, applications, and business units can span multiple infrastructures from private, through hybrid, to public.  Generally, IT reporting around business services has been difficult with traditional tools as they a

VMware vROps - A quick look at what's new in vROps 6.5?

VMware announced the release of vRealize Operations Manager (vROps) 6.5.  vROps is VMware's popular Cloud and Software Defined Datacenter (SDDC) monitoring and analytics solution.  This update includes the usual usability  improvements along with a 25% scalability improvement in the number of supported objects and metrics, as well as a new Extra Large node size.  One major new feature includes integration with VMware vRealize Business Manager for Cloud (vRBC). The  version also supports automated End-Point Operations (EPOps) Agent upgrades and many other advancements.  In addition to that, the vROps 6.5 upgrade process is 40% faster than in the past, especially with large multi-node deployments.