The VMware vRealize® True Visibility™ Management Pack for HPE ProLiant is an embedded adapter for vRealize Operations (vROps), collecting performance data from your HPE ProLiant environment and providing predictive analytics and real-time information about problems in your infrastructure—within the vRealize Operations user interface.
The Management Pack for HPE ProLiant harnesses powerful vRealize Operations features, such as:
- 7 comprehensive monitoring dashboards, including:
- HPE Health Investigation
- HPE Enclosure Overview
- HPE Blade Overview
- HPE Hosted ESXi Hosts
400+ collected metrics for HPE ProLiant resources
Key performance metrics such as blade power consumption, power supply average power output, fan speed, and port receives/transmits
40+ detailed alerts and recommendations for critical health, memory, disk, temperature, and power consumption events
External relationships to VMware ESXi Hosts and VMs and Cisco Nexus switches
|4.0.0||October 6, 2020||Initial General Availability release for VMware vRealize® True Visibility™|
Known Issues / Limitations
The following items should be noted for users upgrading from version 22.214.171.12471117.153434 of the Management Pack:
- A couple of prerequisite configurations for ESXi hosts are required to collect external Host > Server relationship and certain metrics. See: Prerequisite Configurations for ESXi Hosts for details.
The following items should be noted for users upgrading from any version of the Management Pack prior to 126.96.36.19970809.143036:
- Previous versions of the HPE ProLiant Management Pack use the HP prefix in UI label names (dashboards, resources, etc.). Most references to HP were updated to HPE in version 188.8.131.5270809.143036, but please note that some instances of HP remain (e.g., the adapter name) to maintain an upgrade path for existing customers.
- Existing customers who are monitoring blade server environments through the iLOmust modify their configuration to the Onboard Administrator (OA) Command Line Interface (CLI). As of version 184.108.40.20670809.143036, the HPE ProLiant Management Pack no longer supports monitoring of blade servers through the iLO. See also: Upgrading the Management Pack (HPE ProLiant).