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Challenges for vROps users

VMware’s vROps is a native solution that delivers intelligent operations management with application-to-storage visibility across physical, virtual, and cloud infrastructures.

Very often enterprises use vROps together with other monitoring, service management and DevOps tools to track and optimize different aspects of their systems and infrastructure. However, if the different tools your organization is using are not connected, you will not be able to fully automate and streamline your processes. If you want to simplify IT management and have full-stack visibility, you need to integrate vROps with your other tools.

Using integration tools for vROps can help you align the different systems you have by synchronizing them automatically. When your systems are integrated you can track and analyze data across all your environments in a blast.

How do we solve them?

ZigiOps is a powerful no-code integration platform enabling you to connect vROps with the rest of your software tools. With it, you can set up seamless bi-directional integrations between vROps and Ops Bridge, ServiceNow, Kubernetes, Prometheus, and more in only a few steps.

Get full visibility into the health of your physical, virtual, and cloud systems by connecting VMware vRealize Operations to the rest of your enterprise software tools for ITSM, ITOM, APM and DevOps. Improve team collaboration and operational efficiency.

Popular Use Cases

Our vROps connector allows you to integrate it with many systems and synchronise data across platforms seamlessly. Transfer all data types, custom fields and keep your systems in real-time sync.

Review our most popular integrations with vROps below.

SAP Solution Manager – VMware vROps integration

If there is, for example, an alert in SAP SolMan caused by exceeded CPU usage of an app, and you are using vROps to manage your resources, all the details for this alert need to be transferred there. ZigiOps automatically gets all the necessary data and logs it in vROps.

Once there are updates in SAP SolMan or the alert is closed, ZigiOps gathers the changes and transfers them to vROps with all relevant application information. This way all updates are synced in real-time. Backsync is also a part of the integration and can easily be set in case you need it.

If your case requires transferring only specific events from SAP SolMan to vROps, this can easily be set through ZigiOps’ advanced filtering and mapping options. You have full control over what data is transferred and how.

Amazon CloudWatch - VMware vROps Integration

Amazon CloudWatch topology has some instances that are not present in the vROps database. However, they need monitoring. ZigiOps extracts the relevant data and reports it directly to vROps. As a result, ZigiOps helps enrich the existing topology with Amazon CloudWatch data. Topology is kept up to date with checks at regular intervals.

ZigiOps also can extract Amazon CloudWatch metrics and send them into vROps along with all related host information. As a result, metrics are accessible in vROps and can be used for the building of dashboards.

ZigiOps collects Amazon CloudWatch alerts and reports them to vROps for synchronization and correlation with existing alerts.

Dynatrace – VMware vROps Integration

Dynatrace Discovery detects applications, services, processes, or hosts missing in the VMware vRealize Operations (vROps) database core. They, however, must be monitored. ZigiOps comes in and collects all the relevant host data and instantly transfers it to vROps. With this, the existing topology information in the systems gets enriched. ZigiOps also keeps topology up to date with regular checks in case there are changes in any of the two systems.

ZigiOps also helps with collecting Dynatrace metrics and logs them straight into VMware vRealize Operations along with all related host information. This way, the metrics are accessible at any time and from any place in vROps.

AppDynamics - vROps Integration

To improve IT efficiency and translate it to business language, you might be using both – AppDynamics and VMware vRealize Operations. In this case an integration between the two would allow enriching your data and using it to its full capacity. Here are some examples of what ZigiOps can do in this case.

AppDynamics’ auto-discovery has found hosts that aren’t present in the VMware vRealize Operations (vROps) database, but still need to be monitored. The integration platform collects all host information and reports it to vROps, enriching the topology with data from AppDynamics. It then performs regular checks to keep the topology up to date.

ZigiOps collects AppDynamics metrics and sends them to the vROps with related host information. This way, metrics are accessible in vROps and you can use them to build dashboards.

New Relic – vROps Integration

In case your organization is using New Relic to analyze and track your systems and also VMware vRealize Operations (vROps) for system optimizations, you might need to integrate both apps to get a birds-eye real-time view on your environment status. Here is an example of how ZigiOps can do that for you.

New Relic agents have found applications that do not exist in the vROps database but that need monitoring. ZigiOps takes the application information and logs it into vROps, enriching topology information with data from New Relic. The integration platform keeps topology up to date with regular checks.

ZigiOps gathers New Relic metrics and forwards them to vROps with all the related application information. This way all changes are synced in real-time. Whenever you need, you can access the metrics in vROps and use them to build dashboards.

Azure Monitor – vROps Integration

Azure Monitor notifies the responsible tech team about newly-discovered applications, hosts, or other resources not present in the vROps database. Usually, the resolution to this problem involves manual operation, which apart from being time-consuming, is often accompanied by errors.

The ZigiOps integration solves both of those problems in a few clicks. ZigiOps fetches the missing data from Azure Monitor and sends it directly to VMware's database.

Since ZigiOps offers a bi-directional connection, both Azure Monitor and vRealize Operations' systems will be kept up-to-date. It ensures that any change in the data in one of the systems will instantly be present in the other.

In case of transferring metrics and reports from Azure Monitor to vROps, ZigiOps collects the needed information, along with the related hosts' data, and submits it to VMware. This way, the metrics are accessible from any point and anytime and can be used for creating dashboards with critical data.

In the case of metric or log alerts discovered in Azure Monitor but not in VMware vROps, ZigiOps collects them and reports them to the latter. This way, the additional information enriches the existing list of regular metrics and can be used as a source of information when building dashboards.

Kubernetes – vROps Integration

With this Kubernetes vROps integration, you can connect the two tools in real time and sync fields such as Name, Type, Description, ID, and more, in order to align topology data.

ZigiOps collects all Kubernetes entities (Pods, Nodes, Services, Deployments, etc.) and forwards them to VMware vRealize Operations automatically. The platform then syncs all related entities and information, in order to keep records in both Kubernetes and VMware vRealize Operations in sync.

For this data integration, you can use two different types of authentication, basic authentication, and a Bearer token for both systems.

Prometheus – vROps

The Prometheus vROps integration allows you to sync the two apps effortlessly.

The data integration platform collects Prometheus alerts, hosts and metrics and reports them to VMware vRealize Operations (vROps). This can be used for synchronization and correlation with existing events, or for updating data for related hosts in VMware vRealize Operations (vROps).

Nagios – vROps Integration

Nagios' auto-discovery mechanism discovers hosts that are non-existent in the VMware vROps database core. However, they must be. ZigiOps comes in and extracts all the relevant host information from Nagios. Then, the platform reports the collected data directly to vROps, to enrich the existing topology with data from Nagios XI. Thanks to the fact that ZigiOps establishes a bi-directional integration between Nagios and vROps, both systems stay always updated.

ZigiOps can also gather events and logs from Nagios XI and then forward them to vROps, directly. This enables the synchronization and correlation with existing events. Furthermore, it helps with data updates for the related hosts in vROps.

xMatters – VMware vROps Integration

With ZigiOps, you can easily sync your ITOM, ITSM, and SRE teams by syncing xMatters and VMware vRealize Operations (vROps).

ZigiOps collects xMatters Events and reports them to vROps with all related information. Any updates to the transferred events are synchronized in both directions.

The opposite use case where vROps alerts are sent to xMatters is also possible.

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