Every third Thursday of the month on the vCloud Blog, we aim to publish blogs around vCloud Architecture Toolkit for Service Providers, which is a set of reference documents designed to help you construct a superior working cloud solution leveraging current technologies, recommended practices and innovative tools that have been proven in real-world enterprises.
Previously in our blog series, we’ve covered:
- Customer Onboarding with VMware NSX L2VPN Service for vCloud Air Network
- Developing a Hyper-Converged Storage Strategy for VMware vCloud Director with VMware vSAN
- Mobility and Disaster Recovery to VMware vCloud Air Network IaaS Provider
In this edition of our blog series, we focus on multitenant use of VMware vRealize Operations as a Service.
A key component of a VMware powered cloud service offering, VMware vRealize Operations Manager delivers intelligent operations management across the physical, virtual, and cloud infrastructure, enabling vCloud Air Network service providers to efficiently operate a cloud platform and meet required customer service level agreements.
While many service providers use vRealize Operations to manage their own environment, providing it as a service for tenants is a different approach, as vRealize Operations was not developed with a direct multitenant layer.
This vCAT-SP document highlights the following:
- Service Provider Use Cases
- Tenant Access to vRealize Operations Manager in Shared Environments
- Dedicated Cloud Deployment
- Trusted Advisor and Tenant Optimization as a Service
- Conceptual Architecture
- Deployment Models
- Architecture Prerequisites
- Plus, more!
To view this vCAT-SP document, click here.
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