Vrops is very intelligent monitoring tool, it provides recommendation depending on all data that receives from object (vcneter) .
It analysis those data and then provide with recommendation.
Recommendations provided by vrops should be accurate, you can go with that.
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my physical team has the following at the hardware level:
ntel (R) Xeon (R) CPU E5-2680 v3 @ 2.50GHz
256 GB of RAM
But what recommendation would you follow, assign and remove resources according to the report you take in vROP?
Do I set individual alarms for each VM and set its thresholds to 90%?
Can I move VM with hardware requirements equal to a specific host?
There are alarms in vrops which monitors VM performance and usage.
If the thresh hold is reached from VM , vrops will trigerr the alarm .
If there is high workload even that would be tracked.
If there is chance of running more VM's with available resource, this details are also shows on vrops .
but it is that also the report indicates that all the vm consume the 99 and 100% of memory, then that I add more memory to all the servers of the list?
What version of vrops are you using ? The reason being with vrops 6.7 there are some issues noticed with memory usage being Inaccurate on vrops .
If its vrops 6.7 please check below article:
Also if you think if vrops is not showing correct details, then check out what memory related data is being shows on vsphere and from guest as well .