Release date: November 21st 2018
Welcome to my vRealize Operations Manager series, how I setup “vRops” in my LAB. In this session I will describe how I did the installation-phase.
After finishing the process of planning and preparing for installation of VMware vRealize Operations Manager, I’m now ready for installing.
In vCenter, I have prepared a Virtual Machine Folder called vRops. Here I right-click, choose “Deploy OVF Template.
I browse and select the ova-file I downloaded during preparations for this installation.
I punch in the Virtual Machine Name I choose during planning.
The default Cluster location is as nice a compute resource as any
As my Lab isn’t very large, the Small Deployment Configuration will suffice nicely, could also have chosen Extra Small here. For more info about sizing see: vRealize Operations Manager 6.7 Sizing Guidelines
I select Thin Provisioning and a suitable storage location
The Destination Network I chose during planning is selected
I finally customize the template with ip-adressing and domain-info from the planning/preparing phase.
Finally, ready to complete the installation phase.
Once the appliance is deployed, I can power it up and move on to the configuration-phase, described in my next post: VMware vRealize Operations Manager Configure
VMware vRealize Operations Manager vApp Deployment Guide
vRealize Operations Manager 6.7 Release Notes
vRealize Operations Manager Best Practices
VMware vRealize Operations Manager
Disclaimer: Every tips/tricks/posting I have published here, is tried and tested in different it-solutions. It is not guaranteed to work everywhere, but is meant as a tip for other users out there. Remember, Google is your friend and don’t be afraid to steal with pride! Feel free to comment below as needed.