Justin Warren of eigenmagic comments:
This is part of a series of posts sponsored by VMware. Read my disclosure statement here.
You’ve got vROps installed after reading my last post on how to do it. Great! Now what?
Now we need to configure it to do things. This is both really easy, and also a little daunting. vROps is huuuge. It can do a lot of things, so it can be hard to know where to begin. Helpfully, vROps come pre-configured with a bunch of useful things so it starts helping you straight away.
Read this post, as well as the others in the vROps series to get up and running with a minimum of effort.
Read more at: Configuring VMware vROps For The First Time