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Display the number of VMs you can add to clusters

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

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  1. Click Add Widget on a dashboard, and click Fitment.
  2. Enter a title and subtitle.

    The subtitle is optional.

  3. Click Constraints, and select the resource container and usage profile to display.
  4. Select the workload and size of VMs, and click Save.

The widget displays the number of VMs of different sizes that you can add to your clusters, based on the load on the virtual infrastructure.

For information about resource containers and usage profiles, see Configure resource containers for capacity planning calculations and Configure usage profiles for capacity planning calculations.

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04:17, 23 Jun 2016