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Can one vCenter have multiple vRealize Operations instances connected to it?

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Yes that's possible. But you can register only one vROps instance with the vCenter. Also keep in mind there will be some additional load on vCenter. Any specific reason for this?

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Nawals
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you can deploy multiple vRops instance in single vcenter. However, May I know what is the purpose for it?

NKS Please Mark Helpful/correct if my answer resolve your query.

Yes that's possible. But you can register only one vROps instance with the vCenter. Also keep in mind there will be some additional load on vCenter. Any specific reason for this?

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Service provider using vRealize and customer wanting to use vRealize (their own).

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