VMware vRealize Operations Manager is the name of a software package for building and managing, as well as applying specific settings to cloud applications and virtual devices. Using VMware vRealize, people will be able to make changes to dozens or even hundreds of virtualizers using a central console simultaneously. You can anticipate potential problems in the future, dynamically modeling and controlling the need for change in resources as well as the use of free resources.
If you intend to use this powerful software, we try to teach you how to install the latest version in two sections. The OVA files Software VMware vRealize Operations Manager download photos. Then log in to your VCSA and follow the steps below. (We'll go through the vSphere Client environment (HTML5) step-by-step).
Right-click on your host and choose Deploy OVF Template
As with the image below,
1. select Local file and select Browse OVA with the Browse button,
2. then click on Next and proceed to the next steps as in the images.
here you can change the name of VMware VRealize Operations Manager (VROps) , then select the datacenter where do you need to install the vROps 7.0, Now Click on Next
Select the diestination compyter resource of this operation, then Clik on Next.
Review details of the VMware VRealize Operations Manager (VROps), Then Click on Next.
Accept the License agreements and then Click on Next.
Next, choose the right option for your own infrastructure. I select the Small option. As you can see, after selecting any option, the explanation is displayed on the right
Now select the Datastore you want to install vROps on and click Next
At this point, select the Destination Network
Now, make network settings like IP, Netmask, Gateway and Domain Name. Select your favorite time zone and click Next.
finally click Finish.
Wait a few minutes until Deploy is over. Upon completion, turn on the virtual machine. Once the machine has risen on the screen, you will see the IP of the one you set in the previous step
Our first phase of training is over. Continue to work with us in the next tutorial.