Vmware Vcenter Operations Manager Essentials eBook ´

Vmware Vcenter Operations Manager Essentials eBook ´ This book features step by step guides as well as practical, real world examples, exploiting the premise that there s never just one way to narrow down problems It tackles scenarios by going through different workflows to find the answers you need This book is for administrators, engineers, and architects of VMware vSphere as well as those who have or are interested in purchasing the vCenter Operations Manager Suite It will particularly help administrators who are hoping to use vCenter Operations Manager to optimize their VMware environments as well as quickly troubleshoot both long term and short term issues One of the biggest downsides of virtualization is probably the complexity of monitoring, this book is great for someone who already has experience with vSphere and is considering implementing vCenter Operations Manager but doesn t know where to begin.It is a very good source of reference for all the steps required in setting up and configuring vC Ops.It might not go in depth on certain aspects but after all it does say Essentials I reviewed this title on my bloghttp virtuallymikebrown.com 2014 05I recently had the opportunity to review this title by the good folks at Packt Publishing They provided me with a free e copy for this review It was good timing, too, because a new project of mine involvesin depth work with vCOPs than I ve had so far.My experience with vCOPs has been a couple installations and initial configurations for clients I have not customized vCOPs greatly and have mainly used it s default ca I reviewed this title on my bloghttp virtuallymikebrown.com 2014 05I recently had the opportunity to review this title by the good folks at Packt Publishing They provided me with a free e copy for this review It was good timing, too, because a new project of mine involvesin depth work with vCOPs than I ve had so far.My experience with vCOPs has been a couple installations and initial configurations for clients I have not customized vCOPs greatly and have mainly used it s default capabilities to glean health, performance, and capacity metrics for reporting purposes So far, the topics I ve found most useful include the troubleshooting performance sections in Chapter 4 This is where many people will find value in vCOPs In addition, Chapter 5, covering capacity planning, is another area in which I ve spent most of my time.For someone like me who has dabbled in vCOPs, I ve found this book usefulas a reference than one I need to read cover to cover I imagine, though, for those new to the product, the chapters on installation and initial configuration will be worth your time

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