From time to time there are occasions where i really would hope that blacklisting/discarding events is implemented in vRLI. For an example we currently are flooded with log entries from our 5.5 ESXi hosts which are coming from an "BUG" which is to be fixed in a patch without ETA. But there would be countless other examples too. I'm aware that there are possibilities to achieve that. One is with agents but for ESXi that ...more »
Use vCenter Tags, Folders, Resource Pools or Clusters as an enumeration of VMs. From these VMs should be the Name, IP, OS and finally the Agent state identified.
The result is a vCenter based Dynamic Agent Group for Configurations.
I would love a single pane of glass - to be able to include Log Insight data into the vSphere agent. The ability to click on the widget to take me right into Log Insight or better yet have extended data in that very place in vSphere. Tighter integration between vCops, vSphere, and Log Insight would make our lives much better and troubleshooting much easier. A single pane of glass is always optimal.