vROps Webinar 2016 – Part 7 : Working with Alerts & Symptoms

Time to release the recording for the latest part of the vROps Webinar Series.  We completed the 7th session of the series where we spoke about vRealize Operations Manager Alerts and Symptoms. 
Alerts as we all know would always remain the heart and soul for the operations teams to run the data centers, whether old school or the modern software defined.
In all cases you need alerts and more importantly you need meaningful and actionable alerts. In this part of the series, Simon and myself concentrated on making you aware of the alert constructs in vROps and as usual share experiences around how we help customers leverage the strong feature set of vROps to customize alerts and related symptoms, recommendations and actions to drastically reduce the Mean Time to Resolution of issues.
The journey so far has been fantastic and we would continue to add more content as we progress into the rest of the year. 
Stay tuned for more and enjoy this recording!!!
Till next time.. Have a Good One!!

Published by Sunny Dua

Sunny Dua works as a Senior Product Line Manager for VMware’s Cloud Management business. His charter is to deliver Multi-Cloud solutions to reduce cloud complexity by leveraging data analytics and artificial intelligence. His 16+ years of experience include technical and strategic roles for Hewlett Packard, Capgemini, and VMware. He is a hands-on Product Manager with deep knowledge of Cloud and Enterprise technologies. His current charter includes driving product strategy and roadmap for VMware’s vRealize portfolio within the VMware’s Multi-Cloud strategy.

4 thoughts on “vROps Webinar 2016 – Part 7 : Working with Alerts & Symptoms

  1. Hi Sunny, you said you would post the XML for your starting point alerts for all environments that you create for all customers. This would be extremely useful for me. Have you had chance to post them yet? Many thanks in advance.

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