You can perform Hyperconverged Infrastructure workload planning by adding or removing VMs to VMware vSAN enabled clusters and running What-If scenarios. vRealize Operations Cloud shows you if the proposed workload fits or does not fit in the suggested location. If it fits, the results list the prime target cluster and any additional possible locations. The system also projects time remaining before the workload runs out of resources. .

Where You Find What-If Analysis - Workload Planning: Hyperconverged

From the menu, select Home and Optimize Capacity > What-If Analysis in the left pane. From the What-If Analysis page, select Workload Planning: Hyperconverged. To run a What-If scenario click Add VMS or Remove VMS.

How What-If Analysis - Workload Planning: Hyperconverged Works

You define scenarios that can potentially add or remove workloads to VMware vSANenvironment. The workload scenarios are based on VMs associated with specific storage policy related factors (such as FTT, RAID).
Note: When a workload is added based on imported VMs, and the VM is currently in a VMware vSAN-enabled cluster, the VMware vSAN policy settings are not applied and the current VM disk space is taken as is.

Capacity and Cost Planning Support for Virtual Machines - VMC Datacenter

You can now perform capacity planning and cost calculations for a virtual machine (VM) in hyper-converged environment where the VM is part of the Vmware Cloud on Amazon Web Services (VMC) cluster. vRealize Operations Cloud provides accurate capacity recommendations and cost calculations when you add or remove VMs in hyper-converged environment from VMC data centers.

The cost calculation is based either on bills collected by VMC adapter or based on reference. To know more about VMC costing, see VMware Cloud on AWS Cost Management in vRealize Operations Cloud section in vRealize Operations Cloud Help .