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vCOPS Multiple metric from seperate VM on same chart

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Hello and thx in advance!

I'm trying to figure out if there is a way within vCOPS to create a chart that stores metrics from multiple vm's for a report.

For example, 1 graph to show the CPU Usage % from 2 different vm's, another for all the memory usage, etc, etc, etc.

Does anyone know if this is possible in vCOPS? I was easily able to do this Foglight,
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See if this helps.. It talks about creating a custom dashboard in vCOPS

http://velemental.com/2012/04/12/tutorial-building-custom-dashboards-in-vcops/
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