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vSAN Policy in vROps (vSAN2vROps) Script

## Introduction Managing and monitoring virtual environments in VMware vSphere can be a challenging task for VMware administrators. One of the critical aspects of maintaining these environments is managing Storage Policy-Based Management (SPBM) in VMware vSAN. As configurations change over time, it becomes essential to track these changes to ensure consistent performance and efficiency. In […]

Automating Log Filter Configuration with PowerShell

As an addition on this script which is very helpful in automating the configuration of a Syslog server. This script can be used to limit the logs send to the Syslog server by applying log filters. Introduction: Logging is an essential part of system management, providing valuable information for troubleshooting and identifying potential issues. However, […]

Updating NTP settings ESXi hosts

Network Time Protocol (NTP) is used to synchronize the time of a computer with that of an NTP server. It is important to ensure that the time of your ESXi host is accurate, as it can affect the timestamps of logs, system events, and network performance. In this blog, we will learn how to check […]

vROps Telegraf check Windows Service

Want to check if a Windows service is running with the new vROps Telegraf agent? I won’t discuss how to install the Application Remote Collector in order to install the Telegraf agent. This blog picksup right after the prerequisites for installation are met and completed. I use the following script to check whether a Windows […]

VM latency sensitivity setting in vROps

So I was approached by one of my fellow vROps buddies @ ITQ. His customer is in need to get some advanced VM settings in vROps. So Kim asked me if I had any experience with that. Not with that particularly, but I’ve some experience in getting 3rd party data into vROps. With that I […]

Restart Stopping Objects in vROps

Here is a quick post about a problem I faced a couple of months back. Every now and then I found that there are some VM objects in the stopping state in vROps. Upon investigation this happened due to an patch script, that tries to set the VMs in a stopped state. But somehow not […]

Helping the community

One of the reasons I joined ITQ about a year ago is that they like to help people. That is one of those qualities that really stand out. And often people tell me that I’m a helping guy myself. Specially in these Corona times we have the help each other out wherever we can. So […]