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How to help customers install deploy and migrate to the v realizeoperations manager 6.0

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How to help customers install deploy and migrate to the v realizeoperations manager 6.0

  1. 1. vSphere Optimization Assessment Showcase Experience the Power of Operations Management Moscone West, Level 2 Lounge Area Open from 11:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday Win a 2015 VMworld Pass! Or other great prizes like Beats in-ear headphones, Roku 3, or Jambox mini
  2. 2. Jeff Godfrey VMware How to Help Customers Install, Deploy and Migrate to the vRealize Operations Manager 6.0 (formerly vC Ops) MGT4383
  3. 3. Student Guide & Internal & Confidential Update Daily https://goo.gl/VVmVZ0 SDDC Vision, Strategy and Opportunity for Partners http://ouo.io/UpSnTr Deliver SDDC IT Outcomes to Your Customers http://ouo.io/0Xi93 Practice Your Skills to Sell and Deliver IT Outcomes to Your Customers http://ouo.io/4z3Afx The vSphere Optimization Assessment (VOA): Best Practices for Closing a Virtualization Deal in 30 Days or Less http://ouo.io/y4vaqW vRealize Operations v6.0What's New Technical Overview (formerly vC Ops http://ouo.io/1KWCBr Best Practices for Conducting a vSphere Optimization Assessment (VOA http://ouo.io/E1If0 Deep Dive into New Features in vRealizeOperations 6.0 (formerly vCOps) http://ouo.io/CyuCmK How to Extend and Customize vRealizeOperations and Automation (vCOps and vCAC) http://ouo.io/jCvk7D Troubleshooting with vRealizeOperations Insight (Operations and Log Management) http://ouo.io/gcz0oN vRealizeAir –NEW Cloud Management SaaS Offerings http://ouo.io/6TMPF
  4. 4. New Installations
  5. 5. vRealize Operations Manager 6.0 Pre-Installation Considerations • Best practices are evolving – this is a brand new version!! • Proper sizing impacted by how many and what kind of Management Packs, objects (VM, Host, etc.), metrics, polling intervals, migration data, etc. • Review documentation to determine node and cluster sizing • Verify adequate CPU / Memory / Disk is available • All data nodes in a cluster must be the same size • Use static IP addresses for Master & Master Replica • Node names should resolve in DNS forward / reverse / short / long • IP pools NOT required CONFIDENTIAL 5
  6. 6. vRealize Operations Manager 6.0 Installation Workflow Deploy OVF to create Master Node Run Master Node setup (optional) Enable HA First-time login to Product (optional) Setup Data nodes (optional) Setup Remote Collector Configure a new installationConfigure an upgrade CONFIDENTIAL 6
  7. 7. Sizing and Scalability
  8. 8. vRealize Operations Scalability CONFIDENTIAL 8 Sizing by numbers: • Maximum number of 64,000 objects – Five times better than 5.8.x, up from 12,000 • Maximum cluster size is a 8 node cluster • Does not include remote collectors • Certified for up to 30 remote collectors per cluster • 30 Adapter instances per cluster are supported • 4 concurrent users per node (or better) • High availability will use double resources and reduce maximums – Objects down from 64,000 to 32,000
  9. 9. Node Sizing • Complete sizing and installation details – Reference: vRealize Operations Manager vApp Deployment and Configuration Guide – Use the sizing guide and KB article 2093783 for correct sizing • Four sizing options – mix of different sizing is not supported • Remote collector sizing – standard and large CONFIDENTIAL 9
  10. 10. Metric Collection Profiles CONFIDENTIAL 10 • Sizing is based on the 6.0 Default Metric Collection Profile • Balanced and Full Metric Collections Profiles go away: – We now use the policies to control – Default is what we used to call “balanced” • What if I migrate? – If you have Full, you will be moved to Balanced – The data will come over for historical purposes – But you will need to go into the policies and manually add the collections you need
  11. 11. How Many Nodes and Which Size? • Basic sizing guidelines (VMware® KB2093783) – VMware Sphere® only • Remote collectors are not part of this calculation CONFIDENTIAL 11
  12. 12. How to Size an Advanced Environment (1) CONFIDENTIAL 12 • Necessary when deploying any management packs besides VMware® vCenter Server™ • Use the Advance Sizing Guideline Worksheet (VMware KB2093783) • Some management packs are included in the sizing documents (e.g. v4v) – Fill in the number of objects • For the remaining adapters it is best practice to test their size
  13. 13. How to Size an Advanced Environment (2) • Build a special vR Ops to help with sizing – Take your best guess how to size this vR Ops (SM, MED, LG) – We will likely delete this vR Ops at the end • Connect each adapter instance to this vR Ops – let it run for one hour – Add up the results in the Adapter Instance section shown below • You can connect and disconnect adapter instances as needed to not overwhelm the system Use this data Make sure to click each node from table above CONFIDENTIAL 13
  14. 14. Can I Migrate? What can be migrated and when to be careful
  15. 15. Upgrade = Migration No in-place upgrade UI VM Custom WebApp Admin WebApp Capacity analytics Rolled up capacity dataPostgres DB vSphere WebApp Analytics VM Metric Data Postgres DB FSDB Collector ActiveMQ Performance analytics OpenVPN Collector Product/Admin UI Persistence Analytics Controller HIS Node FSDB xDB CONFIDENTIAL 14
  16. 16. Migrations Can Be Challenging • Customers can do simple scenarios by themselves • Complex cases should be planned, tested and considered as professional services engagements • For full migration details – Reference: vRealize Operations Manager Customization and Administration Guide • Considerations: – Sizing requirements – Performance considerations – Access rights changes – New grouping considerations – Custom dashboards – Custom reports CONFIDENTIAL 16
  17. 17. Three Options for Migration CONFIDENTIAL 17 • Start Fresh – No configuration and data is migrated – Usually combined with parallel operation of vC Ops & vR Ops – Typical scenario: No configuration and or test operation only • Migrate only configuration – Good if no data needs to be migrated, but configuration should be preserved – Usually combined with parallel operation of vC Ops & vR Ops • Migrate data and configuration – If everything should be preserved
  18. 18. Configuration and Data Migration or Start Fresh Consider the extent to which 5.x is driving your customer’s operational decisions: Is vCenter Operations Manager used for performance and health monitoring? • Do you act upon the performance alerts that are generated by vCenter Operations Manager? Is any aspect of data in vCenter Operations Manager feeding another production system? • Raw metrics, alerts, reports, emails, etc. Do you have a company policy to retain monitoring data? • Does your current vCenter Operations Manager instance fall into this category If you answered YES to any of these questions you are a candidate for a FULL migration Is vCenter Operations Manager 5.x used for capacity planning? • Actively reclaiming waste • Re-allocating resources • Running “what if” capacity planning scenarios for future projects. • Adding resources based on stressed objects CONFIDENTIAL 18
  19. 19. Migrate Configurations Only or Start Fresh Consider the extent to which you have configured your 5.x deployment CONFIDENTIAL 19 The current configuration is good and validated • Dashboards • Policies • Users • Super Metrics I do not need to save the data I have collected • Just running in TEST • Not really using the data yet • Would operate a while side by side If you answered YES to the above questions you are a candidate for a Configuration Only migration
  20. 20. Can I Do It Myself? Do I Need Help? • Regardless of migration or fresh installation???, all customers should answer these questions • Use the chart below to score each of the items associated with your current vC Ops 5.x + environment in order to determine the “Complicating Factor” score CONFIDENTIAL 20 Factor Notes • if you have a single instance of vC Ops v5.x - GREEN • Multiple instances of vC Ops – YELLOW • If you have multiple instances where one includes a VDI – RED Multiple instances may have been deployed for scaling concerns, operational usage patterns, or because VDI (V4V monitoring) and non-VDI vC Ops instances were necessary. if your vC Ops system is manually configured for more than the default 6 months of historical data or adjusted the polling frequency - YELLOW Exceptionally large data set will lengthen the overall time needed to complete the migration and therefore introduces risk which VMware Support can help to mitigate.
  21. 21. Can I Do It Myself? Do I Need Help? CONFIDENTIAL 21 Factor Notes Reference the vRealize Operations Management Pack 6.0 compatibility guide posted to solutions exchange: • If you have a RED Management Pack – RED • If you have a YELLOW or Green Management Packs - YELLOW • If you have only GREEN Management Pack – GREEN vRealize Operations 6.0 will support all official vRealize Management Packs but insuring the right version of the Management Pack is installed into v6.0 prior to migration, and that sufficient validation of associated Data, Dashboards, Alerts, etc are migrated is a 'complicating' factor.
  22. 22. MGMT Pack Compatibility Matrix CONFIDENTIAL 22 Advanced Management Packs Version Works with 5.8 Use 5.8 MGMT Pack for 6.0 (Data Migrated) Works Only on 6.0 Supports 5.8 MP to 6.0 MP Upgrade (Data Migrated) Migration Assessment VMware vCloud® Networking and Security 1 ✔ ✔ ✗ N/A vCloud® Air™ 1 ✔ ✔ ✗ N/A VMware NSX™ for Multi-Hypervisor 1 ✗ ✔ N/A VMware NSX™ for vSphere 2 ✔ ✔ ✗ N/A Storage Devices 1 ✔ ✗ ✗ ✗ Storage Devices 2 ✗ N/A ✔ N/A EMC Smarts 3 ✔ ✔ ✗ N/A Amazon Web Services 1 ✔ ✔ ✗ N/A Hyperic ✔ ✔ ✗ ✔ Hyperic 6 ✗ N/A ✔ N/A
  23. 23. Can I Do It Myself? Do I Need Help? CONFIDENTIAL 23 Factor Notes If the sizing requirements suggest the need for a multi-node v6.0 deployment. (See the v6.0 Sizing Guide for details) – YELLOW If the sizing requirements suggest the need for more than one v6.0 clusters/instances – RED VMware Partner Support or Professional Services could be used to validate against an available sizing guide and consider the proper selection of Node size (XS, S, M, L) Was the original implementation done by VMware Professional Services – RED If the current vC Ops system(s) have VMware Professional Services, or you did deep-level customizations like custom integrations, scripting, non-standard configurations, use of Multi-Level Alerting, Custom Reporting, etc. – RED These unique features are a complicating factor, any migration etc. needs to be validated upfront intensively
  24. 24. Can I Do It Myself? Do I Need Help? CONFIDENTIAL 24 Factor Notes If the current vC Ops instance(s) is the Windows/Linux "installable" form factor and/or vRealize Operations 6.0 is expected to be the Linux/Windows installable form factor. - YELLOW This scenario will need to be validated, why was “installable” chosen, this usually comes with VMware customizations, which would require validation with VMware first. If the new High-Availability deployment architecture is desired. - YELLOW The suggested approach is to enable High-Availability AFTER the migration and validation is complete. Validate the approach upfront. If the v5.x deployment(s) required the use of Remote Collectors. This is typically due to scale, offloading of incremental load, remote data centers or secure communication reasons. - YELLOW VMware Professional Services will assist in the consideration of the use of Remote Collectors (or re-consideration if v5.x employs Remote Collectors)
  25. 25. Complication Factor Score Explained CONFIDENTIAL 25 • If you see a factor that is RED – You should contact your VMware Partner account team or VMware Professional Services (if they were involved with v5.x) before you proceed • If you see any YELLOW factors – You should use caution: a validation/ test might help you to validate if the suggested approach is applicable. If not, you should consider working with VMware Partner Support or your customer should involve VMware Professional Services for the migration • All GREEN? – Do not expect any major issues and expect a smooth migration
  26. 26. VMware Provided PSO Services (Available to partners as SET’s and Services IPs) CONFIDENTIAL 26 • vRealize Operations Manager Upgrade (also known as Migration) service (new for v6): – Migration service to move the legacy vCenter Operations Manager configuration and / or data to vRealize Operations Manager instances – Sized correctly for existing v5.x capabilities and functionality • Performance and Capacity Management Accelerator (updated) Includes basic product install and product knowledge transfer: – VMware vRealize™ Operations Manager™ – VMware vRealize™ Hyperic® (optional) – VMware vRealize™ Infrastructure Navigator™ (optional) – VMware vRealize™ Log Insight™ (optional)
  27. 27. VMware Provides PSO Services (Available to partners as SET’s and Services IPs) CONFIDENTIAL 27 • Performance and Capacity Management Design and Deploy (updated) – vRealize Operations Manager – vRealize Hyperic (optional) – vRealize Infrastructure Navigator (optional) – vRealize Log Insight (optional) – Operations Transformation Services, OTS (optional)
  28. 28. v5 to v6 Migrations from vCenter Operations Manager to vRealize Operations Side-by-Side Process
  29. 29. Upgrade = Migration / Side-by-Side CONFIDENTIAL 28No in-place upgrade UI VM Custom WebApp Admin WebApp Capacity analytics Rolled up capacity dataPostgres DB vSphere WebApp Analytics VM Metric Data Postgres DB FSDB Collector ActiveMQ Performance analytics OpenVPN Collector Product/Admin UI Persistence Analytics Controller HIS Node FSDB xDB
  30. 30. Migration Options CONFIDENTIAL 30 • Multiple 5.x instances to one 6.0 cluster – Migrate one by one • vCenter Operations for View® instances into the same 6.0 cluster – Migrate one by one. • Supported migration form factors – 5.x vApp  6.0 Virtual Appliance – 5.x Win/ Linux installable  6.0 Virtual Appliance – 5.x Win/ Linux installable  6.0 installable – Virtual appliance is preferred! • Options for migrations – Migrate data and configurations – Migrate configurations and resources only
  31. 31. Migration Prerequisites and Preparation CONFIDENTIAL 31 • For full migration details: – Reference: vRealize Operations Manager Customization and Administration Guide – Pay special attention to the sections before embarking on a migration: • Decision to migrate or newly configure vRealize Operations Manager • Complexity of your environment: do you need PSO? • Upgrade source systems to 5.8.1 or greater: – Including upgraded adapters where applicable, check release notes and with Adaptor vendors • Bring up new instance(s) of the 6.0 Virtual Appliance as necessary: – Reference: Sizing guidelines in the vRealize Operations Manager vApp Deployment and Configuration Guide • Create and start the 6.0 cluster
  32. 32. Migration Challenges CONFIDENTIAL 32 • There is no roll back when a migration fails and does not restart – Create a snapshot of the entire 6.0 system – Failed migrations mean you can revert back to before migration – The source 5.x environment will still be running and collecting – Start a new migration to a new 6.0 instance – Call VMware Support Services if it persists • Ensure the 6.0 system time is synced with the 5.8.x – Time zones in these two systems do not need to match • Do not connect your 6.0 to a vCenter Server you are planning to migrate data for from a vCenter Operations Manager (vC Ops) 5.8 – If you do, those objects will already exist in the 6.0 system and create a conflict • Do not attempt a migration with 6.0 High Availability (HA) enabled – If migration requires HA, it is slowed down (requires twice the resources)
  33. 33. Migration Process CONFIDENTIAL 33 • Run the Migration wizard: – Check 6.0.0 computing resource capacity: disk space, CPUs and memory – Installs a Migration Agent on the Source vC Ops 5.8.x environment – Alerts you to which Management Packs packs are needed. If the Management Pack does not exist on 6.0 data will NOT be migrated • Migration can take a long time (hours or days, be patient) • Many factors can impact migration performance, i.e. network bandwidth, underlying storage, thin provisioned disks, amount of data and resources, etc. – 6.0 can be monitoring previously discovered objects while migrating new objects • Once migration is completed, the new data collection will begin automatically
  34. 34. Data and Configuration Migration Examples CONFIDENTIAL 34 Migrated • Inventory and history – Objects, relationships, properties, metric keys • Metric data – All management (FSDB) and Capacity/Efficiency • Alert Definitions • Notification plugins/ configurations • Applications and tiers • 5.x polices and Attribute packages (converted to 6.0 policies) • Authentication data – User accounts, user groups • Configurations – Dashboards, tags, super metrics, custom groups NOT Migrated • Standard reports • Custom reports • Report templates • Management Packs – Must be manually installed on target • User password policy
  35. 35. Alert Migrations CONFIDENTIAL 35 • Alert definitions will be migrated: – New alerts will be generated, as needed, based on the 6.0 alert definitions • Notification plugins and configurations • KPI thresholds will become symptoms • Dynamic threshold violations become symptoms • Existing alerts (not definitions) will not be migrated, as they shall raise again if still existing
  36. 36. User Migrations CONFIDENTIAL 36 • Users in vR Ops 6.0 will be migrated: – Local users (custom UI created) – vCenter based users – LDAP/ Active directory users/ user groups. • User privileges and configuration may not be fully consistent: – Validate users to ensure correct sure access rights
  37. 37. Groups and Policies Migrations CONFIDENTIAL 37 • 5.x policies will be migrated to 6.0: – As derived policies – Policy settings are not migrated (many are now N/A): • Groups badge thresholds • Oversized virtual machines settings • Configure alerts section • Forecast and trends • Custom group associations • Under use settings • Attribute packages will be converted to new policies • In 6.0 all resources are associated with "Default Policy” • Tags and custom groups will be converted to groups
  38. 38. Metrics Migrations CONFIDENTIAL 38 • Super Metrics will be migrated: – Added to the policies – Turned off by default, you will need to manually turn them back on if still relevant • Metrics that were disabled in version 5 attribute packages will be enabled in the corresponding version 6 policy – If there are enabled symptoms defined in version 6 that are based on those metrics
  39. 39. Dashboards and Reports Migrations CONFIDENTIAL 39 • Custom UI dashboards will be migrated: – Dashboards require manual testing after migration – If any objects are not migrated, the associated dashboards will not display data or configurations will drop out completely – If the same dashboards are already present in 6.0, they will be renamed with an number suffix (“dashboard 1”, “dashboard 2”, etc.) • vC Ops 5.x reports will not be migrated – Export to .csv or PDF, move off vApp – 6.0 reports replace most 5.x reports – Custom built XML reports can NOT be migrated
  40. 40. Management Pack Compatibility Matrix (5.8.x) CONFIDENTIAL 40 VMware NSX™ for vSphere 2 ✔ ✔ ✗ N/A Advanced Management Packs Version Works with 5.8 Use 5.8 MGMT Pack for 6.0 (Data Migrated) Works Only on 6.0 Supports 5.8 MP to 6.0 MP Upgrade (Data Migrated) Migration Assessment VMware vCloud® Networking and Security 1 ✔ ✔ ✗ N/A vCloud® Air™ 1 ✔ ✔ ✗ N/A VMware NSX™ for Multi- Hypervisor 1 ✗ ✔ N/A Storage Devices 1 ✔ ✗ ✗ ✗ Storage Devices 2 ✗ N/A ✔ N/A EMC Smarts 3 ✔ ✔ ✗ N/A Amazon Web Services 1 ✔ ✔ ✗ N/A Hyperic ✔ ✔ ✗ ✔ Hyperic 6 ✗ N/A ✔ N/A
  41. 41. Procedures Depending on Matrix Mark (1) CONFIDENTIAL 41 • Use 5.8 MGMT Pack for 6.0 (data migrated) – Install the 5.8 Management Pack on the 6.0 cluster (migration will prompt if not installed) – Do not configure an instance of the adapter, in most cases they will be automatically created during the migration – Click the Migrate button • Supports 5.8 MP to 6.0 MP Upgrade (data migrated) – Install the 6.0 Management Pack on the 6.0 cluster (migration will prompt if not installed) – Do not configure an instance of the adapter, in most cases they will be automatically created – Click the Migrate button
  42. 42. Procedures Depending on Matrix Mark (2) CONFIDENTIAL 42 • If marked “does not” support 5.8 MP to 6.0 MP upgrade (data migrated) – Install the 6.0 MGMT pack on the 6.0 cluster (migration will prompt if not installed) – Click the Migrate button – Configure an instance of the adapter and start fresh with collection. • In the end: check the dashboards – You will get duplicates for every existing Management Pack dashboard – The migrated dashboards will be labeled as “Dashboard 1”
  43. 43. What If I Do Not Install an Adapter? CONFIDENTIAL 43 • If you decide not to install the missing adapters the migration will skip migrating their resources • Consequence of skipping adapter installation: – Dashboards, alerts, custom groups, super metrics that use these resources will also be skipped – Once the migration is finished, you can not migrate from the same 5.8.x source to the same 6.0 target again, even if the missing adapter is installed later – Once 6.0 starts collecting new data for a resource you cannot add history later • Customer can add any adapter to 6.0 later
  44. 44. Migration Process How does it work?
  45. 45. Migration Agent Deployment – File Delivery Tomcat 5.8.1: vApp or Windows 6.0: SuiteVM or Stand-Alone REST API Tomcat Migration Tool CONFIDENTIAL 45 Migrator.zip file 1. Deliver zip file Admin UI
  46. 46. Migration Agent Deployment – Installation REST API Tomcat Admin UI Migration Tool Tomcat Migration Communicator Migration Agent 2. Installation Migrator.zip/instal l.py 5.8.1: vApp or Windows 6.0: SuiteVM or Stand-Alone CONFIDENTIAL 46
  47. 47. Migration Agent Deployment – Initialization and Validation Tomcat 5.8.1: vApp or Windows 6.0: SuiteVM or Stand-Alone REST API Tomcat Admin UI Migration Tool Migration Communicator Migration Agent CONFIDENTIAL 47
  48. 48. Migration Agent Deployment – Migration Tomcat 5.8.1: vApp or Windows 6.0: SuiteVM or Stand-Alone REST API Tomcat Admin UI Migration Tool Migration Communicator Migration Agent Adapters FSDB RMI Ciq DB Alive DB CONFIDENTIAL 48
  49. 49. Migration Agent Deployment – Cleanup REST API Tomcat Admin UI Migration Tool Tomcat Ciq DB Alive DB Adapters FSDB CONFIDENTIAL 49 5.8.1: vApp or Windows 6.0: SuiteVM or Stand-Alone Migration Communicator Migration Agent
  50. 50. Migration Steps in Pictures
  51. 51. Import Data from 5.8.x (1) CONFIDENTIAL 51
  52. 52. Import Data from 5.8.x (2) CONFIDENTIAL 52
  53. 53. Import Data from 5.8.x (3) CONFIDENTIAL 53
  54. 54. Import Data from 5.8.x (4) CONFIDENTIAL 54
  55. 55. Import Data from 5.8.x (5) – Insufficient Capacity CONFIDENTIAL 55
  56. 56. Import Data from 5.8.x (6) CONFIDENTIAL 56
  57. 57. Import Data from 5.8.x (7) CONFIDENTIAL 57
  58. 58. Import Data from 5.8.x (8) CONFIDENTIAL 58
  59. 59. Summary of Caveats CONFIDENTIAL 59 • vC Ops 5.8 reports will not be migrated • Duplicated users in vC OPs 6.0 will be migrated (renamed): – Local users – VC users – LDAP/ Active Directory users/ user groups • User privileges and configuration may not be fully consistent, due to UI changes • UI dashboard will be migrated • Alarms/ alerts will be migrated • Attribute packages will be converted to new policies • Tags and custom groups will be converted to groups • FSDB histories will be retained • Some Capacity/Efficiency metric keys will be changed
  60. 60. Deployment Scenarios
  61. 61. Deployment Options – Example 1 – One or more vCenters in one data center location – Deployment • Deploy Nodes and scale out as needed (Check product documentation for maximum number of nodes) • Unified UI, single Operations Manager Instance East Coast Data Center vCenter vCenter vCenter vCenter vCenter … CONFIDENTIAL
  62. 62. Deployment Option – Example 2 Multiple vCenters in one location and vCenters in other data center locations – Deployment option 1: Separate Operations Manager instances at each location – Users log in locally to their instance – Deployment option 2: vR Ops cluster at East Coast Data Center, and remote collectors in Chicago, San Francisco, and Japan • All Users log in to the UI in the East Coast Data Center • If you do not have LAN Speeds between Datacenters and do not want separate instances of Ops you must use remote collectors vCenter Full Instance or Remote Collector East Coast Data Center Chicago vCenter Japan Full Instance or Remote Collector vCenter vCenter vCenter vCenter vCenter … vCenter San Fran Full Instance or Remote Collector CONFIDENTIAL 62
  63. 63. Deployment Options – Example 3 Multiple vCenters in two main locations – Deployment: Install separate vRealize Operations Manager clusters in each location • Scale out as needed (see release notes on sizing and node requirements) • Users log in locally to their instance West Coast Data Center East Coast Data Center vCenter vCenter vCenter vCenter vCenter … vCenter vCenter vCenter vCenter vCenter … Separate Ops 6.0 instances cannot be connected and do not exchange any information CONFIDENTIAL 63
  64. 64. vRealize Operations Manager 6.0 DEMO
  65. 65. vRealize Operations Manager 6.0 Q & A
  66. 66. That’s Great! Where Can I Learn More? vRealize Operations Manager – Product Information https://www.vmware.com/products/vrealize-operations/ vRealize Operations Manager – Documentation https://www.vmware.com/support/pubs/vrealize-operations-manager-pubs.html vRealize Operations Manager – Video Support Series https://www.vmware.com/support/vrealize-operations-Manager-6-video.html VMware Solution Exchange https://solutionexchange.vmware.com/store CONFIDENTIAL 65
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