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Running Both OpsMan and Virtual Health Monitor

Question asked by joshua.zimmerman@us.bureauveritas.com on Jun 9, 2017
Latest reply on Jun 9, 2017 by barry.howard

Hopefully this has come up before, but I couldn't find any questions/answers on it.  We have a VMware environment with hosts dedicated for dev/test, and hosts that are only for production.  All hosts are part of the same vCenter.  We have licensed the Turbonmic Ops Manager for only our production hosts, as we don't exactly care about optimizing our dev/test (since it's pretty low on utilization/older hardware).  However, it would be beneficial to have reporting on our whole environment for chargeback and performance reporting.  We do not wish to purchase licenses for all of our dev/test hosts.

 

I'm curious if anyone is running both OpsMan and Virtual Health Monitor in their environment to accomplish something like this.  Ideally, I'd prefer to just give OpsMan read-only access to our dev/test environment, but I believe that would incur licensing.  Is it even a recommended scenario to run both for something like this?

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