vRealize Operations Manager

How to Assign License to vRealize Operations Manager

In this series of vRealize Operations Manager we have successfully deployed the vROPS 7. vRealize Operations Manager requires an license key for use. vRealize Operations Manager comes in 3 different licensing editions which are Standard, Advanced and Enterprise. In this post we will see on How to Assign license to vRealize Operations Manager.

vRealize Operations Manager can be bought as a standalone product or you can go for the vCloud Suite in which vRealize Operations Manager also comes. If you go for the standalone product then license will be based on the OSI(Operating System Instance) which can be any virtual or physical device. If you go for the vCloud Suite then license will be based on the per CPU basis.

All 3 editions includes monitoring capabilities such as vSphere monitoring, dashboards, reports and more but if you compare 3 of them then you can see difference in the customization and advance monitoring capabilities of vRealize Operations Manager. So based on your environment you can choose the license which will help you to monitor your vSphere Infra.

So Let’s see How to Assign license to vROPS:

Step 1:
Login to vRealize Operations Manager.
Go to Administration Tab.
Expand Management section.
Select Licensing.
Click on Green Plus icon to add license.

assign license to vrealize operations manager

Step 2:
Provide your license key here and click on Validate.

assign license to vrealize operations manager

Step 3:
Once it is validated , you can see the license details below.
Click on SAVE to save license key.

assign license to vrealize operations manager

Step 4:
As you can see that license is applied to vRealize Operations Manager successfully.

assign license to vrealize operations manager

 

Now you can have the full functionality of the product which are available in your licenses.

Checkout our vRealize Operations Manager Deep Dive for more posts :

vRealize Operations Manager Deep Dive

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Mayur Parmar

Hi I am Mayur Parmar. Independent Author & Founder of Mastering VMware. I am working in IT industry for more than 2 Years with knowledge of VMware , Microsoft Server's, Linux Server's.

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