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Last few weeks I had a lot of discussions on how to make a VMware Private Cloud Environment accountable or measurable. In some situations, you need to design an environment that meets one or more Service Level Objectives (SLO) or you have a Service Level Agreement (SLA) with consumers of the platform. But at least you need some measurable values to scale your environment as needed. In all of these cases, you need to define Service Level Objectives for vSphere Clusters including the related infrastructure components, and collect Service Level Indicators (SLI) so monitor the defined goals. Most of the
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