Monitoring & Alarm Configuration

vSphere 6    |    Intermediate
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VMware vSphere 6 offers various features for monitoring and reporting. Learn how performance charts and various monitoring and reporting tools assist in identifying potential issues within a VMware virtualized environment.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • Describe how performance charts offer a real-time look into hardware utilization within a vmware virtualized environment
    Use performance charts to identify potential hardware utilization issues within a vmware virtualized environment
    Use event results to identify potential issues within a vmware virtualized environment
    Identify how hardware status results help identify potential issues with host hardware
    Use log browser as a troubleshooting tool within a vmware virtualized environment
    Use tags to help organize a vmware virtualized environment
  • Describe how to effectively use searches and filters within a vmware virtualized environment
    Describe characteristics of alarms within vsphere
    Recognize methods to configure alarms within vsphere
    Configure an alarm within vsphere
    Identify best practices for responding to alarms within vsphere
    Describe how scheduled tasks help with maintenance within a vmware virtualized environment

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