Dashboards present a visual overview of the performance and state of objects in your virtual infrastructure. You use dashboards to determine the nature and timeframe of existing and potential issues with your environment. You create dashboards by adding widgets to a dashboard and configuring them.

vRealize Operations Manager collects performance data from monitored software and hardware resources in your enterprise and provides predictive analysis and real-time information about problems. The data and analysis are presented through alerts, in configurable dashboards, on predefined pages, and in several predefined dashboards.

  • You can start with several predefined dashboards in vRealize Operations Manager.

  • You can create extra ones that meet your specific needs using widgets, views, badges, and filters to change the focus of the information.

  • You can clone and edit the predefined dashboards or start from scratch.

  • To display data that shows dependencies, you can add widget interactions in dashboards.

  • You can provide role-based access to various dashboards for better collaboration in teams.

Table 1. vRealize Operations Manager Home Page Menus



Dashboard List

Lists all dashboards that are visible on the home page. You can use this menu for a quick navigation through your dashboards.


Available dashboard actions, such as create, edit, delete, and set as default. These actions are applied directly to the dashboard that you are on.