HPE OneView for VMware vCenter with Operations Manager and Log Insight
Do you need to manage your Hewlett Packard Enterprise Converged Infrastructure with VMware®?
HPE OneView for VMware vCenter with Operations Manager and Log Insight seamlessly integrates the manageability features of HPE Synergy, HPE ProLiant servers, HPE BladeSystem, and HPE Virtual Connect with VMware solutions. You can gain deep insight and control of virtualized Hewlett Packard Enterprise Converged Infrastructure environments while reducing the time it takes to make important changes, increase capacity or manage planned and unplanned downtime. When used with the automation power of HPE OneView, best practices for Converged Infrastructure can be defined once and reused many times to provision an entire cluster with compute and storage fully configured in five easy steps. Integrations with VMware vRealize Operations, Orchestrator, and Log Insight deliver powerful analytics, automation, and deeper troubleshooting tools to your VMware administrators.
- Support for the latest versions of HPE OneView.
- Support for integrated OS, driver, and firmware updates with VMware vSphere Lifecycle Manager (vLCM)
Easily Monitor Key Converged Management Capabilities in VMware Solutions
HPE OneView for VMware vCenter with Operations Manager and Log Insight simplifies administration with easy access in the VMware vSphere client to health, inventory, and configuration monitoring, as well as physical and virtual views of your virtualized infrastructure.
Visually trace and monitor your infrastructure network end-to-end, from the host all the way to the individual network modules connected within your domain, delivering comprehensive management of the network making it easy to review and change any Hewlett Packard Enterprise specific information.
HPE OneView for VMware vRealize Operations uncovers critical trend changes. Includes dashboards that facilitate the identification of root cause problems and impacted resources across your Hewlett Packard Enterprise Converged Infrastructure.
HPE OneView for VMware vRealize Orchestrator provides easy-to-use, drag and drop access to automation of HPE OneView managed hardware deployment, firmware updates and other lifecycle tasks.
Reduce Planned and Unplanned Downtime with Automated Responses
HPE OneView for VMware vCenter with Operations Manager and Log Insight includes VMware Proactive HA which prevents VM downtime by automatically migrating affected workloads before a possible hardware degradation causes a disruption to service.
Take control by invoking Hewlett Packard Enterprise remote management tools, such as HPE OneView, HPE iLO, and HPE Onboard Administrator, for the host you have selected directly from the VMware vSphere® console.
HPE OneView for VMware vRealize Operations and HPE OneView for VMware vRealize Log Insight allow even faster troubleshooting of your environment when problems occur.
Increase Capacity on Demand for Provisioning and Deployment
Enables you to deploy ESXi hosts on bare-metal HPE ProLiant and HPE Synergy servers directly from VMware vSphere with a simple click to grow an existing cluster or easily deploy a new cluster.
Perform reliable and repeatable ESXi deployments with powerful provisioning workflows in vRealize Orchestrator.
Maintain Stability and Reliability of Your Environment
HPE OneView for VMware vCenter with Operations Manager and Log Insight helps maintain stability by monitoring and deploying firmware on VMware® ESXi hosts with the Hewlett Packard Enterprise software bundle installed.
Perform integrated OS, driver, and firmware updates with VMware vSphere Lifecycle Manager via non-disruptive rotating workflow to update the entire cluster at once.
Delivers role and feature base security, so you can assign permissions to a single-sign on using the three role levels VMware vCenter security to segment the level of access and control, as well as controlling access to HPE features.
Perform a cluster consistency check with automated, non-disruptive remediation.
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