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Modern vSphere Monitoring and Dashboards using InfluxDB, Telegraf and Grafana


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Sponsored by influxdata

Thursday, November 5, 2020
1 pm EST

In a modern data center, we find ourselves surrounded by a lot of metrics and systems that require  attention, monitoring, alarms and event management.

In this webinar, InfluxAce Jorge de la Cruz will demonstrate how to create beautiful, and meaningful dashboards from vSphere's most critical assets like hosts, VM’s, clusters, and data stores. The best part is the whole monitoring system can be deployed in seconds using Docker, and it uses the vSphere SDK, which makes it non-intrusive and very efficient.

Discover how to utilize this cost effective monitoring and visualization solution for vSphere environments!

Jorge de la Cruz
Systems Engineer - Veeam
Jorge de la Cruz is a Systems Engineer, husband, and father living in the UK. He has been an active blogger since 2011 and his main expertise, when not working as a Systems Engineer, is to consume and dissect RESTful APIs and send data to InfluxDB to later show it within Grafana. When not working on the computer, Jorge enjoys preparing home-made food like bread, pasta, and roast “everything” with special expertise in Spanish dishes. Jorge de la Cruz is an InfluxAce.

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