This page guide you during your first minutes with vRealize Operations Manager on your Private Cloud.
1 - Enable vROps on your Private Cloud
You can enable vROps on your Private Cloud from your OVH customer portal (Manager v6).
You will receive an email once vROps is enabled.
2 - Access to the vROps interface
3 - Explore Dashboards on your vROps
4 - Understand Health, Risk and Efficiency
from VMware Documentation
The health rating gives you an overview of the current operational state of an inventory object.
The Health badge answers the question "How is my system doing right now?" Health identifies the current problems in the system or issues that need to be resolved immediately to avoid problems. Therefore, health is the first high-level indicator that you should look at to see if your system needs immediate attention. The Health badge breaks down into several sub-badges: Workload, Anomalies, and Faults.
vCenter Operations Manager calculates the Health score by using the scores of the sub-badges that the Health badge contains. Faults are given precedence in the Health score because they describe existing problems, while Workload and Anomalies are combined to identify performance problems. This approach ensures that the score of the Health badge reflects the actual state of the object, without exaggerating or underestimating problems.
The Health score ranges between 0 (bad) and 100 (good). The badge changes its color based on the badge score thresholds that are set by the vCenter Operations Manager administrator.
The Risk badge indicates potential problems that might eventually degrade the performance of the system. Risk does not necessarily imply a current problem. Risk indicates problems that might require your attention in the near future, but not immediately.
vCenter Operations Manager calculates the risk score using the scores of the sub-badges that the Risk badge contains. The formula that is applied to calculate the risk score is inverse geometric weighted mean.
The overall risk score for an object ranges between 0 (no risk) to 100 (serious risk). The badge changes its color based on the badge score thresholds that are set by the vCenter Operations Manager administrator.
The Efficiency badge helps you identify optimization opportunities in your systems. Efficiency does not tell you about current or future performance problems, but tells you how to run a more efficient datacenter.