Real-time performance monitoring and troubleshooting
- Service Provider
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- Full Name: Kyle Slaughter
We only need to monitor ~ 10 VMs (residing on a few different hosts/datastores) in our environment. We have several hosts and datastores that we would still like to monitor (other than the ones that the VMs we are monitoring reside on). However, it appears as though you can only monitor hosts/datastores that VMs you are monitoring reside on. Any way to monitor hosts/datastores without monitoring VMs?
- Product Manager
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- Full Name: Nikita Shestakov
- Location: Prague
Generally yes, you need a license to monitor objects. What kind of license do you have, per-VM or per-socket?
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