We are planning to move Virtual machines from one separate Vcenter to our Vcenter.
I need to know how can I find out if our Vcenter has the capacity to host the new VMs, in matter of Resources CPU/RAM
I also want to inventory Licenses, I am not sure if Licenses are base on the number of Virtual machines you are hosting or based just on per host CPU ?
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Teach the user how to use create log bundles for vCenter Server or ESXi hosts
Open vSphere Web Client: Generate vCenter Server and ESXi host log bundle: Open vCenter Server Appliance Web Management interface and generate log bundle: Open vCenter Se…