If the management domain is configured with two availability zones, to provide failover to the second availability zone, move the vRealize Operations Manager virtual machines to the VM group for the first availability zone. The virtual machine write operations are performed synchronously across both availability zones and each availability zone has a copy of the data.
- Log in to the management domain vCenter Server at https://<management_vcenter_server_fqdn>/ui as email@example.com.
- In the Hosts and clusters inventory, expand the management domain vCenter Server tree and expand the management domain data center.
Select the default management vSphere cluster and click the Configure tab.
In the left pane, select.
Select the VM group for the first availability zone and click Add.
In the Add group member dialog box, select the virtual machines of the vRealize Operations Manager analytics cluster and remote collectors, and click OK.
Start Windows PowerShell.
Replace the values in the sample code with values from your VMware Cloud Foundation Planning and Preparation Workbook and run the commands in the PowerShell console.
$sddcManagerFqdn = "sfo-vcf01.sfo.rainpole.io" $sddcManagerUser = "firstname.lastname@example.org" $sddcManagerPass = "VMw@re1!" $sddcDomainName = "sfo-m01" $groupName = "primary_az_vmgroup" $vmList = "xint-vrops01a,xint-vrops01b,xint-vrops01c,sfo-vropsc01a,sfo-vropsc01b"
Perform the configuration by running the command in the PowerShell console.
Add-VmGroup -server $sddcManagerFqdn -user $sddcManagerUser -pass $sddcManagerPass -domain $sddcDomainName -name $groupName -vmList $vmList