In this post I will provide an example walk-through of the process for adding a new host to an existing VCF on VxRail ‘VI Workload Domain
For each VVD Region there exists 4x vCSA appliances, this includes a load balanced pair of PSC’s and 2x vCenter’s per Region. The two vCenters
PART1: VVD on VxRail – Deploy vRealize Suite Leveraging vRSLCM (Part1 – vRA) Specifically posts Part1&2 in this series focus on deploying vRealize Automation (vRA).
A very cool feature available from within the vCSA VAMI is the capability to schedule file-level backups (v.important admin task imo). This procedure can be
VAMI Login to the VAMI https://vcsa_ip:5480 as root and click on Summary to get an overall health status: Click on Monitor and Disks tab:
There are multiple ways to skin this cat, in this example I will show how to view % disk capacity utilization leveraging the Ruby vSphere