VMware vRealize Operations Manager is used to deliver intelligent
operations management to automate key processes and improve IT
This course starts by teaching you to configure and create alerts
based on environment-specific symptoms. Then, we’ll walk you through
manipulating metric data using super metrics. You will learn how and
when to use groups, after which we move on to basic dashboard design to
deliver easy-to-consume data in our environment. You'll learn how to
import custom data and work with relationships.
Next, we’ll revamp our basic dashboard and introduce interactivity to
it, so it can show data on selected objects. Finally, you will learn
how to set up notifications and will be equipped to manage, run, and use
vROps within you own environment.
About The Author
Chris Slater is a Senior Solutions Architect working for VMware as part of the Professional Services Organisation (PSO). He specializes in SDDC technologies and methodologies such as vSphere, vRealize Operations Manager, and Infrastructure and Platform as a Service (IaaS/PaaS) through vRealize Automation.
Chris is a VMware Certified Design Expert (VCDX-DV #102) and received a Bachelor of IT from the Australian National University. His primary customer base is the Australian Federal Government that has allowed him to work in some of the largest vSphere environments in Australia.Chris is in his early 30’s and it grateful for the support from his wife Nicola and three children Sophia, Daniel and Joel. Outside of work, he enjoys gaming and watching Hobbit and Frozen (for the 100th time) with his kids. Chris can be followed on twitter @cslater27.
Scott Norris is currently a Senior Consultant in VMware's Professional Services Organization (PSO). He specializes in multiple VMware technologies, such as ESXi, vCenter, vRA 6 and 7, vCD, vCOps (vROps ), vRO, SRM, and Application Services. He is a VMware Certified Design Expert (VCDX -DCA and VCDX-CMA #201).
For the last 8 years, Scott has worked exclusively on VMware products and technologies, supporting small environments from a single server, to large federal government environments with hundreds of hosts.
He is a 34-year-old father of two and has been an IT professional for 12 years minus a small hiatus in which he fought and won the battle against non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. Outside of work, Scott enjoys messing around in his test lab, playing with his children, or kicking back playing the Xbox. He can be followed on Twitter at @auScottNorris.