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This Zen Pack is developed and supported by Zenoss Inc.
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For v SAN Clusters and VMs located in them, there is a screen with information about v SAN objects related to component.
This requires that your Zenoss system has the network and server access it needs to monitor the guest operating system.This screen provides a information about object’s UUID, Name, Storage Policy attached and its Compliance Status.Also for each v SAN object its physical locations is provided.To provide high-level overview of modeled v Sphere device, on device level a separate Dynamic View diagram is provided.To keep resulting diagram in reasonable size it includes only the next components: v SAN has self-monitoring for a large number of configuration, performance, and availability issues.