Configure the vSAN adapter to collect monitoring data about vSAN usage in the SDDC.

Table 1. vSAN Adapters in Region B

Setting

Value for Management Domain vSAN Adapter

Value for Workload Domain vSAN Adapter

vCenter Server cloud account

VC Adapter Instance for lax-m01-vc01.lax.rainpole.io

VC Adapter Instance for lax-w01-vc01.lax.rainpole.io

Credential name

VSAN-Credential for lax-m01-vc01.lax.rainpole.io

VSAN-Credential for lax-w01-vc01.lax.rainpole.io

vCenter user name

svc-vrops-vsan@rainpole.io

svc-vrops-vsan@rainpole.io

vCenter password

svc-vrops-vsan_password

svc-vrops-vsan_password

Procedure

  1. In a Web browser, log in to the vRealize Operations Manager by using the operations interface.
    Settings Value
    URL https://xreg-vrops01.rainpole.io
    User name admin
    Password vrops_admin_password
  2. On the main navigation bar, click Administration.
  3. In the left pane, select Solutions > Cloud accounts.
  4. Click the cloud account for the management domain vCenter Server, VC Adapter Instance forlax-m01-vc01.lax.rainpole.io.
  5. Click the vSAN tab and turn on the vSAN configuration toggle switch.
  6. Select the Use alternate credentials check box.
  7. Click the Add new icon, enter these values, and click OK.

    Setting

    Value

    Credential name

    VSAN-Credential for lax-m01-vc01.lax.rainpole.io

    vCenter user name

    svc-vrops-vsan@rainpole.io

    vCenter password

    svc-vrops-vsan_password

  8. Click Validate connection.
  9. In the Info dialog box, click OK.
  10. Click Save.
  11. On the Cloud accounts page, verify that the collection status of vSAN adapter is OK
  12. If you have a vSAN datastore configured in the workload domain, repeat this procedure for the workload domain vSAN adapter.