VMware Cloud on AWS dashboards allow you to track the capacity, cost, and inventory overviews of the SDDCs. You can also track the virtual machines monitoring and the utilization and performance of these SDDCs.
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VMC Capacity Dashboard Use the VMC Capacity dashboard to view the capacity overview of each VMware Cloud on AWS SDDC. You can view the capacity of Clusters, Hosts, VMs, Datastores, and Disk groups.
VMC Cost Overview Dashboard Use the VMC Cost Overview dashboard to view the organization cost overview and expense trends. The monthly metrics plotted in the trends represent the previous month's bill. The bill start date and end date are available in the properties.
VMC Inventory Dashboard Use the VMC Inventory dashboard to view the inventory overview of all the SDDCs configured in VMware Cloud on AWS.
VMC Management VM Monitoring Dashboard Use the VMC Management VM Monitoring dashboard to monitor the utilization and performance of the key management VMs running in your SDDC. This dashboard ensures that the management components (such as vCenter and NSX) are not facing any resource bottlenecks from the CPU, memory, network, and storage perspectives.
VMC Utilization and Performance Dashboard Use the VMC Utilization and Performance dashboard to view the utilization and performance overview of each SDDC based on heavy hitter VMs and impacted VMs over the last 30 days. This dashboard helps you in finding the VMs in your environment that are negatively impacting the capacity or performance from a CPU, memory, storage, or network perspective.
VMC Configuration Maximums Dashboard Use the VMC Configuration Maximums dashboard to view the VMC limits and your consumption against those limits. This dashboard displays alerts for configuration maximum, and details of organization, SDDC, vSAN, and cluster maximums.