In my previous blog post, I introduced the new video series “vRealize Operations Super Metrics Made Easy“.
In parts 4 – 6 of the series, which are available here:
You will learn how to create more vRealize Operations Super Metrics, leveraging other provided functions and statements.
These three parts of the video series focus on:
- Other available functions like min() and max() in Super Metrics
- When and how to create Super Metrics using the “this” option
- When and how to create Super Metrics containing the “if-then-else” statement using the ternary notation.
In the next blog post, I’ll show you how you can export and import vRealize Operations Content including Super Metrics. You will also learn where to find more Super Metric examples and other vRealize Operations content. I will also share some very helpful tips when creating Super Metrics. You can also view the full vRealize Operations Super Metrics Made Easy series in the playlist available here.
For more information and technical deep dives on vRealize Operations, check out pathfinder.vmware.com. Here, you’ll find basic to hands-on information about the key capabilities of vRealize Operations as well as the rest of the vRealize Suite. For more information on vRealize Operations and vRealize Operations Cloud or to sign up for a free trial, visit the product page here.