The Workload Domains page displays high level information about the workload domains in a VMware Cloud Foundation instance. CPU, memory, and storage utilized by the workload domain is also displayed here.


  1. In the navigation pane, click Inventory > Workload Domains.
    Click the show or hide columns icon The show or hide columns icon. to view additional information about the workload domains, including the SSO domain.
  2. In the workload domains table, click the name of the workload domain.
    View of the Summary tab for a workload domain.
    Tab Information Displayed
    Summary Provides information about:
    • Resource usage: CPU, memory, and storage resources for the workload domain.
    • Network: NSX Manager IP address and DNS name.
    • General information, including SSO domain.
    • Certificates
    • Tags
    Services SDDC software stack components deployed for the workload domain's virtual environment and their IP addresses. Click a component name to navigate to that aspect of the virtual environment. For example, click vCenter Server to reach the vSphere Client for that workload domain.

    All the capabilities of a VMware SDDC are available to you in the VI workload domain's environment, such as creating, provisioning, and deploying virtual machines, configuring the software-defined networking features, and so on.

    Updates Available updates for the workload domain.
    Update History Updates applied to this workload domain.
    Hosts Names, IP addresses, status, associated clusters, and capacity utilization of the hosts in the workload domain and the network pool they are associated with.
    Clusters Names of the clusters, number of hosts in the clusters, and their capacity utilization.
    Edge Clusters Names of the NSX Edge clusters, NSX Edge nodes, and their status.
    Certificates Default certificates for the VMware Cloud Foundation components. For more information, see Managing Certificates in VMware Cloud Foundation.