Following default dashboards are visible after an adapter instance is created in the VMware Cloud Director .

Table 1. Dashboards in the Management Pack
Dashboard Name Purpose
vCD All Metric Selector

This dashboard visualizes all the metrics associated with a particular object that are collected by the Management Pack for VMware Cloud Director at a single place. The metrics for the selected object is displayed if you select the object.

vCD Organization vDC Utilization

This dashboard provides a quick view of the top 10 Organization vDC based on the CPU usage, memory usage, storage usage, vApps, network usage, storage Allocation, etc. Based on these metrics, you can determine the performances of the respective Organization vDC.

vCD vApp Utilization

This dashboard provides a quick view of the top 10 vApps based on the CPU allocation, memory allocation, storage allocation, number of virtual machines, and number of CPUs. Based on these metrics, you can determine the performances of the respective vApp.

vCD Mashup charts

This dashboard can be used as a reference for getting the health of the particular objects collected by the VMware Cloud Director . This dashboard also provides us with another metrics known as Anomaly Count Graph, which draws out the number of anomalies for a object in the form of metrics.

vCD Alerts

This dashboard pulls the alerts pulled from the Management Pack for VMware Cloud Director and relationship of the object which causes the alert and its Interesting Metric is displayed.

vCD Troubleshooting

This dashboard shows all objects and its relationship in Management Pack for VMware Cloud Director based on the selection of object, corresponding health anomalies and its Interesting Metric is displayed.

Note: The vCD Troubleshooting dashboard is not created even if the Management Pack for VMware Cloud Director is created because vRealize Operations Manager takes few collection cycle to create a self generated object type. You need to import the dashboard by running the Database Command Line Interface (DBCLI) command. For more information on importing a dashboard, see Import Dashboard.