In a pilot environment running VMware Integrated OpenStack (VIO) v3.0, one of the ESXi management nodes experienced a network isolation event. As a result of the event, vSphere HA responded accordingly and began restarting the VMs on the isolated ESXi node onto other ESXi nodes. The isolated ESXi node happened to have the secondary VIO controller VM on it. When the VIO controller VM was restarted through vSphere HA on the new ESXi node, the operating system came online quickly. However, the vRealize Operations dashboard for OpenStack still reported the services in critical status.
The VMware Cloud Foundation (VCF) platform automates the deployment and lifecycle management of the SDDC. The deployment will help an organization go from installation of the physical rack to a ready-for-deployment vSphere environment in a matter of hours. The VCF platform includes the following VMware products: VMware vSphere Hypervisor VMware vCenter Server VMware NSX-v VMware vRealize Operations VMware vRealize Log […]
The previous post discussed the use of the vRealize Operations Management Pack for OpenStack and Endpoint Agent in order to provide detailed service-level monitoring within an environment. The management pack comes with nearly 200 pre-defined alerts for OpenStack that can be leveraged to understand what is occurring within the environment. As I’ve gone through the alerts, these are the key […]
Being able to monitor OpenStack is key when running a production private cloud. Fortunately, VMware has provided several tools for monitoring OpenStack — specifically VMware Integrated OpenStack — when deployed in a production environment. If your environment is already leveraging vRealize Operations, there is a management pack for OpenStack and NSX that when used together will provide dashboards and pre-defined […]