You can see a list of the vCenter Server instances across all sites in your VMware Cloud Director installation. You can see how VMware Cloud Director uses each vCenter Server instance.

Procedure

  1. From the top navigation bar, under Resources, click Infrastructure Resources.
  2. In the left panel, select vCenter Server Instances.

Results

A list of all attached vCenter Server instances is displayed. The list contains the following information for each vCenter Server instance.
Description
Name The name of the vCenter Server instance in VMware Cloud 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 VMware Cloud 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.
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.