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Use Virtualization Manager to monitor VMware Datastores

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Updated January 17, 2018

Overview

VMware datastores can be managed and monitored by the product Virtualization Manager (VMAN).

Environment

  • All releases of NPM
  • All releases of SAM
  • All releases of VMAN

Detail

NPM and SAM have no visibility or capability to monitor VMware datastores. This monitoring is performed by the product Virtualization Manager, or VMAN. VMAN can be integrated with NPM and SAM. 

 

 

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