You can use VMware Aria Operations in VMware Aria Suite Cloud for US Public Sector to provide proactive planning, continuous performance optimization, efficient capacity, compliance, and cost management, and intelligent remediation for your SaaS infrastructure. VMware Aria Operations in VMware Aria Suite Cloud for US Public Sector is the same cloud-based application as the commercial VMware Aria Operations but with certain differences in its security and compliance, as required by the United States Federal Government, to meet FedRAMP certification criteria.

Using this VMware Aria Operations section of the VMware Aria Suite Cloud for US Public Sector Getting Started Guide

This section refers to the VMware Aria Operations product.

To get started with VMware Aria Operations, refer to the Getting Started with VMware Aria Operations publication on the VMware Aria Operations Documentation page.

For additional documentation (configuration and user guide) about VMware Aria Operations, see the VMware Aria Operations Documentation page.

Where differences exist between the commercial and the US public sector implementations of VMware Aria Operations, see delta information in Differences in using and managing VMware Aria Operations in VMware Aria Suite Cloud for US Public Sector.

Release notes for VMware Aria Operations product are also available on the VMware Aria Operations Documentation page. For release note information that is specific to VMware Aria Operations, see Limitations or unsupported features for VMware Aria Operations in VMware Aria Suite Cloud for US Public Sector.

Sign up for VMware Aria Operations

Before you set up your VMware Aria Operations in VMware Aria Suite Cloud for US Public Sector instance, identify the public and private cloud accounts that you want to manage using VMware Aria Operations. For more information on the pre-requisites for setting up VMware Aria Operations, see Before You Begin with VMware Aria Operations.

You can request access to the VMware Aria Operations program using the following link: https://cloud.vmware.com/vrealize-operations-cloud

You will receive an invitation email with an activation link. Click the link to log in to the VMware Cloud services platform and start your VMware Aria Operations instance.

Configure the VMware Cloud Services Platform

After you get access to the VMware Cloud services platform, you must set up an organization or use an existing organization. VMware Cloud service platform uses organizations to provide controlled access to one or more cloud services. You must belong to an organization before you can access a cloud service.
Note: If you have an existing organization, you may want to consider using that organization to maximize integrated experiences with cloud services.
Note: VMware Aria Operations pings the VMware Cloud Services Platform for user sync after the instance starts, and then every 30 minutes by default. For some of the organizations, the sync interval is manually changed to 24 hours by modifying VMware Aria Operations analytics configuration files.

After you select the organization, you can choose the region where you want your VMware Aria Operations instance to be hosted. VMware Aria Operations is supported in multiple regions. Refer VMware Aria Operations Release Notes for the updated list instance to be hosted.

For more information on how to use the

For more information on how to use the VMware Cloud services platform, see the VMware Cloud Services Documentation.
Note: For enterprise federation, see the topic, What is enterprise federation and how does it work.

For issues related to VMware Aria Operations, contact help-vrops-cloud@vmware.com.

Activate VMware Aria Operations from VMware Cloud on AWS

You can activate a trial version of VMware Aria Operations from VMware Cloud on AWS. For more information, see Activation of VMware Aria Operations from VMware Cloud on AWS