Organization vDCs page in the vCloud view
An Organization Virtual Data Center (Org vDC) provides resources to an organization and is partitioned from a Provider Virtual Data Center (PvDC). Organization vDCs provide an environment where virtual systems can be stored, deployed, and operated. They also provide storage for virtual media, such as floppy disks and CD ROMs. A single organization can have multiple OrgvDCs.
To access this page, in the TrueSight console, select Capacity > Views > Cloud > vCloud and click the Organization vDCs tab.
The following figure shows the Organization vDCs view page displaying the organization vDCs related information.
An example of vCloud Organization vDCs tab
For more information, see:
Viewing the Organization vDCs table
The Organization vDCs table lists all Organization vDCs of the vCloud view contained in the selected vCloud.
Organization vDC table: Description of columns
Name of the Organization vDC. Clicking on one of the Organization vDCs in this column takes you to the Organization vDCs Details page.
Allocation model used by this vDC. Following are the allocation models:
|vCloud||Name of the vCloud system.|
Provider vDC Name
Name of the Provider vDC.
CPU Limit [GHz]
Maximum amount of CPU available to the virtual machines running within this organization vDC (taken from the supporting provider vDC).
Memory Limit [GB]
Maximum amount of memory available to the virtual machines running within this organization vDC (taken from the supporting provider vDC).
|Datastore Limit [GB]||Maximum amount of datastore available to the virtual machines running within this organization vDC|
(taken from the supporting provider vDC).
|CPU Usage [GHz]||Amount of CPU used.|
|Memory Used [GB]||Amount of memory used.|
|#vCPU ON||Total numbers of virtual CPUs for VMs that are power On.|
|vCPU Residual Capacity||Total amount of VCPU residual capacity.|
|Bottleneck Resource||Total amount of botteneck resource|
|Days To Saturation||Expected number of days before the capacity of the organization is exhausted.|
For more information on the Days to Saturation and other indicator parameters used for metric computations in this view, see Indicators.
- All values in charts and tables are calculated over the last seven days, and data trends are calculated over the current and previous month.
- Metrics are calculated as an average of the analysis period, unless specified otherwise.
Viewing detailed information about an Organization vDC
After you click on the Organization vDCs in the Name column, the details for that Organization vDCs are displayed in the Organization vDCs Details page. The Organization vDCs Details page displays the following information:
Organization vDCs details table
|Section or Panel||Description|
|General details section|
General Organization vDC details, such as Organization vDC name, type, and a number of elements within it are displayed. The cloud type is vCloud - Organization vDC.
|Related Information panel|
Clicking the links in the Related Information panel displays the other information related to the selected Organization vDC.
|Tags panel||Displays tags, if any, that are associated with the Organization vDC. You can add tags to the Organization vDC using the action menuWorking with tag filters.that is located next to Tags. For more information, see|
The Summary tab, that is displayed by default, displays details for the selected Organization vDC in a horizontal summary table, as well as charts.
Analysis charts: Core metrics for the selected entity are displayed as analysis charts, depending on available data. A link at the bottom of each chart allows you to view the data for a specific resource type. You can download, save an offline copy, annotate, and print the charts. For more information, see Managing charts.
|Configuration Details tab||The Configuration Details tab displays the configuration matrix for the selected Organization vDC.|
An example of the Organization vDC page
Using data filter and other controls in tables
You can export and filter the information that is displayed in tables to suit your need. For instance, you can show or hide columns, filter tables on particular domains, select a different cloud, and so on.For more information, see Exporting and filtering tables.