As many of you know, VMware recently released vRealize Operations Manager (vROps) 6.4. New updates focused on enhancing product usability and stability and supporting vSphere 6.5 environments.
For additional details see the release notes.
In this blog post, I’ll cover my own upgrade process from vROps 6.3 to vROps 6.4. Detailed VMware documentation of the upgrade process can be found here.
To summarize, this is how I upgraded my virtual appliance based vROps 6.3 instance to vROps 6.4:
There you have it! You are upgraded to vROps 6.4 and can enjoy the new features as previously discussed.
This blog post first appeared on the VMware Cloud Management Blog. Read the full post here.