Groups and policies are key to configuring vRealize Operations to meet your operational imperatives and service level agreements (SLAs).
If you take the simple example of an organization with production and test environments, it is usually the case that you will operate them in different ways.
For example, in a test environment, you may not be interested in receiving non-critical alerts, and you may overcommit significantly your CPU and memory resources. In a production environment, you will more likely be interested in receiving more alerts, and you may adopt a more conservative allocation policy for CPU or for memory resources.
We use policies to define how features in vRealize Operations Solutions operate, with ...