Use the VMC Configuration Maximums dashboard to view the VMC limits and your consumption against those limits. This dashboard displays alerts for configuration maximum, and details of organization, SDDC, vSAN, and cluster maximums.

Table 1. Widgets in VMC Configuration Maximums Dashboard
Widget Description
Select an Environment Select an environment for which you want to view the alerts and other details. Once you select an environment, the details of that environment are automatically populated in the widgets below.
VMC Configuration Maximums Alerts Displays the list of alerts for the selected environment.
Number of SDDCs Displays the number of SDDCs for the organization maximums, the provisioned, and the soft limit used.
Number of Hosts Displays the number of hosts for the organization maximums, the provisioned, and the soft limit used.
Public IP Addresses (Elastic IPs) Displays the public ID addresses for the organization maximums, the provisioned, and the soft limit used.
Maximum Clusters Displays the maximum clusters for the SDDC maximums, the provisioned, and the hard and soft limit used.
Maximum Hosts Displays the maximum hosts for the SDDC maximums, the provisioned, and the limit used.
Maximums VMs Displays the maximum VMs for the SDDC maximums, the provisioned, and the limit used.
Linked VPCs Displays the linked VPCs for the SDDC maximums, the provisioned, and the limit used.
Clusters with No SLA Displays the maximum number of clusters and the number of provisioned clusters with no SLA per SDDC. An empty list means no clusters have been identified with no SLA.
Clusters with Limited SLA Displays the maximum number of clusters and the number of provisioned clusters with limited SLA per SDDC. An empty list means no clusters have been identified with limited SLA.
Max hosts per Cluster (including stretched clusters) Displays the maximum hosts per cluster including the stretched clusters, the provisioned, and the limit used.
Datastore Utilization Displays the datastore utilization for vSAN maximums, the used space, utilization limit, and the remediation needed.
VMs per Host Limit Used Displays the maximum number VMs that can be deployed per host, VMs that are provisioned per host, and the percentage of limit used.
VMs per Host Limit Used of Selected Host Displays the VMs that are used per host limit for a selected host.