You can see a list of the vCenter Server instances across all sites in your vCloud Director installation. You can see how vCloud Director uses each vCenter Server instance.
- From the main menu (), select vSphere Resources.
- In the left panel, click vCenters.
|Name||The name of the vCenter Server instance in vCloud Director.|
|Status||The vCenter Server status can be normal, warning, and critical.|
|State||Enabled or disabled. See Enable or Disable a vCenter Server Instance.|
|Connection||Connected or not to vCloud Director. See Reconnect a vCenter Server Instance.|
|VC Host||FQDN of the vCenter Server instance.|
|Version||The vCenter Server version.|
|Usage||Dedicated vCenter Server instances have enabled tenant access. The provider can use different resource pools of a shared vCenter Server instance across multiple provider VDCs and then allocate those resource pools to different tenants. See Managing Dedicated vCenter Server Instances and Proxies.|
|Cluster Health||Aggregation of the health of all clusters in the vCenter Server instance. When aggregating the heath of the cluster, the health of the least healthy cluster is displayed.|
|Clusters||Number of clusters in the vCenter Server instance.|
|VMs||Number of VMs in the vCenter Server instance.|
|Running VMs||Number of running VMs in the vCenter Server instance.|
|CPU||Amount of actively used virtual CPU as a percentage of the total available vCenter Server CPU.|
|Memory||Amount of actively used virtual memory as a percentage of the total available vCenter Server memory.|
|Storage||Amount of actively used virtual storage as a percentage of the total available vCenter Server storage.|