This Fling provides more insight of :
- VM Happiness
- Cluster Balance
This is just a OVA template and you can deploy as a normal OVA/OVF deployment. You can download this from VMware Flings website.
Provides the insight of the happy and unhappy VMs in your DRS cluster you can use the graph to see more information about the VMs such as CPU ready , Memory swapping.
Cluster Balance provide the balance and imbalance details about the cluster against the time.
This graphs provides the vMotions which are initiated by the DRS and the users over the time.
This graph provides the Operations performed over the time such as Datacenter power on/off, VM power on/off, cluster re-configuration, Host ESXi Maintenance mode, DRS initiated vMotions, User initiated vMotions, Notification checker, Exceptions.
Deployment of the DRS Lens ova
As I mentioned earlier this is just a generic ova deployment, once you deployed the VM login to the VM using general root password
You can use your linux skills to set an IP address to your DRS Lens VM.
Once you deployed open your browser and access “https://<IP_ADDRESS>/drs/app” to access the application
You’ll get the certificate prompt and click on the “Trust” to trust the certificate
Now provide the vCenter details
Then click on “Start” to start the monitoring the Cluster and “Apply” the cluster Monitoring settings
You have to enter the vCenter Credentials again
It will start the monitoring and you can see the graphs updating after sometime.