When you provision a VMware Cloud on AWS SDDC, VMware create a vCenter Server for you. You can examine its current settings.

In an on-premises environment, you might have to fine-tune the vCenter Server configuration. Because VMware managers the vCenter Server instances in VMware Cloud on AWS, you do not need to modify the configuration. You can view it to examine resource allocation, networking, and other attributes.


  1. In the vSphere Client, click Home and examine an overview of your vCenter Server

  2. To drill down, select Menu > Hosts and Clusters, select the vCenter Server, and examine the information in the different tabs.