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Display information about the virtual environment on dashboards

Created by Caroline Juszczak, last modified by MindTouch on Jun 23, 2016

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Dashboards are composed of one or more widgets, each of which presents information from Virtualization Manager.

The Administrator dashboard is displayed by default. To view a different dashboard, select it from the More Dashboards list.

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Default dashboards of Virtualization Manager

dashboard description
Admin - Desktop Provides a high level view of VMs running a desktop OS and related infrastructure.
Administrator Provides a view of alerts, depleted resources, and virtual environment health for VMware, Hyper-V, or mixed environments.
Capacity Planning Provides details about resources that are nearly depleted, and provides an overview of the capacity in the virtual infrastructure.
Cloud Cost (EC2) Provides information about the cost of moving the current virtual infrastructure to Amazon EC2. For more information, see Calculate the cost of moving the virtual infrastructure to Amazon EC2.
Cluster Host Health Provides details of the health statistics for cluster hosts in VMware, Hyper-V, or mixed environments.
Manager Provides a view of the size and scope of the virtual environment and its available capacity for VMware, Hyper-V, or mixed environments.
Reporting Provides trends about how the virtual environment changes over time.
Showback Provides a view of how the VMs are being used over time.
Storage Provides information about storage utilization, mainly from the data store point of view.
VM Sprawl Shows the resources that are consumed by inactive, oversized, or undersized VMs and other virtual infrastructure.

 
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