The capacity model introduced in vRealize Operations Manager 6.7 now extends the support for vSAN objects like, vSAN cluster, Fault domains, and Cache/Capacity disks. The Capacity tab provides Time Remaining data for the selected vSAN cluster, Fault domain, Cache/Capacity Disk objects. The information is presented in a graphical format.

Where You Find the Capacity Tab

In the menu, click Environment, then select a group, custom data center, application, or inventory object. The Object details page appears. Click the Capacity tab.

The vRealize Operations Manager defines the capacity model for the following vSAN resource containers:

  • vSAN Cluster

    • Disk Space

  • vSAN Fault Domain

    • CPU

    • Memory

    • Disk Space

  • vSAN Cache/Capacity Disk

    • Disk Space

Understanding the Capacity Tab

For the selected vSAN resource, the capacity tab lists the capacity used and Time Remaining until the associated CPU, memory, and disk space resources, respectively, run out.

  • If you select the vSAN cluster, the capacity tab lists the capacity used and time remaining until the associated disk space runs out.

  • If you select the vSAN Fault Domain, the capacity tab lists the capacity used and time remaining until the associated CPU, memory, and disk space resources run out.

  • If you select the vSAN Cache/Capacity Disk Space, the capacity tab lists capacity used and time remaining until the associated disk space runs out.

The available graph depicts - for your choice of CPU, memory, or disk space - the amount of resource used, plotted against time. A line on the graph shows 100 percent usable capacity and a trend line projects how swiftly resource use is approaching 100 percent. The time line shows when the selected resource is to reach capacity.