In this webcast, Tao will demonstrate how to configure the OpsLogix VMware Management Pack and provide an overview for this MP.
Wednesday 6 April 2016
New York 08:00
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We’d like to thank Raymond Chou, Daniel Mar and the Infront team for setting up and putting on another great event. We were honored once again to be silver sponsors this year, attending both events in Kuala Lumpur and the first ever SCU APAC event in Melbourne, Australia.
The OpsLogix team were thrilled to escape the European winter for a much warmer climate in Malaysia.
Our very own Vincent de Vries presented at both events, with his session ‘Progress with regression’. In this presentation he discussed the possibility, and different usages of capacity planning using SCOM and OMS.
Having attended SCU APAC over the last 3 years, we’ve noticed the rapid advancement in technology and the leaps and bounds in their IT infrastructures. This year, more and more companies in Asia are embracing Cloud infrastructures from Office 365 to Azure.
Maarten Goet also presented at the events on Windows 10 and its direct relation to IoT (Internet of Things), further proving the interest of advancing technologies in the Asia Pacific region.
The System Center Configuration Manager and Service Manager sessions were the hot topics of 2016.
It was also great to be a part of and see the success of the very first SCU event in Australia, having an attendance rate of a whopping 95% with attendees coming from all over Australia and New Zealand. We really enjoyed both events and we’re looking forward to SCU APAC 2017!
Photos courtesy of the SCU APAC Facebook page.
We have released a new update for the VMware Management Pack.
If you have already purchased the VMware Management Pack and have a valid support contract, you can login to the customer download area and download this version.
Version 184.108.40.206 contains following changes or additions:
- The VMware modules have been optimized to take up less cpu/mem resources.
- Previously, the performance collections for Virtual Machines were disabled by default. In this version you can enable it with an override.
- Performance collections for Virtual Machines are set to 15min intervals
- Performance monitoring for Virtual Machines and ESX Hosts are set to 5 min intervals
- Added Virtual Machine Snapshot to count monitoring as running level and total count
- Added property to see what snapshot is currently used for the Virtual Machine
- Added the location path of the Host and Virtual Machine. For example: now you can see on which host a Virtual Machine is currently running.
- Removed the overall status of a datacenter based on the VMware api. A rollup based on the availability status has been added.
- Added availability, configuration, performance and security rollups for the datacenter.
- Added VMware tools status monitoring.
- Optimized the connections/session to the Vcenter or hosts to read out the monitoring data.
- Updated the layout of the configuration dashboard.
- Extra log features have been added to debug the management pack by using special registry keys.
- The password is now always stored as FIPS. In environments without FIPS it will fall back to NON-FIPS.
- Updated installation guide with new UI screenshots.