vScope Videos & Screenshots
How to get started
This is a video to see how to quickly get started with vScope. It shows the workflow from installation to a number of useful use cases. Even though vScope has evolved significantly since the recording of this video, it is still a great video to quickly get acquainted with vScope and see the benefits summarized.
Monitor disks and storage with vScope
vScope can be used to keep track of disks and datastores. Optimize storage. Be proactive and replace disks before the run out of memory!
Use vScope’s powerful history function: Just press REC!
This video explains how problem solving, capacity planning, budgeting, and more is facilitated by using vScope to explain changes in your datacenter over time.
Keep track of VMware tools
For time to time, VMware tools needs to be upgraded in the virtual datacenter, to ensure best performance. An upgrade does however require a restart which affects the services that are run on the servers. Use vScope to get a quick overview of the status, as well as for planning the upgrades.
Using free text search and saved searches
Use the free text search function in vScope to search your datacenter, just like you would search the Internet.
Working with tags
“Tags” is an important ingredient in vScope and let’s the user define meaning to facts in the datacenter and help structure large amounts of data in seconds. Tags are powerful when it comes to analyzing a datacenter and measuring it towards best practices. vScope uses three different kind of tags:
- Automatically set tags which are defined by vScope
- Manual tags, set by the user
- Rule based tags, automatically set, but defined by user-rules
Finding snapshots quickly
Use vScope to gain control of your snapshots in seconds. Trace them to where they are in the datacenter graphically or report-style!
vSphere 5 License drivers
Let vScope guide you to the right vSphere 5 license.
Handling licenses, invoices and completing a purchase
A short video to show how to handle your vScope account pages.