Resource pools allow you to delegate control over resources of a host (or a cluster), but the benefits are evident when you use resource pools to compartmentalize all resources in a cluster.
-Flexible hierarchical organization
-Isolation between pools, sharing within pools
–Access control and delegation
-Separation of resources from hardware
-Management of sets of virtual machines running a multi tier service
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Select the Option Change the VM Power state.
Select the option Power on , check below option and click on Next.
Select the host , Click on Next.
Enter the Task Name, select Frequency , Check the option Later and provide time , check on Next .
Click on Next
Click on Finish.
Here we can Observe Scheduling Task
Here We can Observe that the virtual Machine is Powered on
Click on Any Object of Inventory , go to Alarms Tab
Right Click on Free Space , Select the option New Alarm.
Enter the alarm name, check the option Enable alarm.
Click on Triggers , click on Add
Click on Ok.
Here We can Observe New Alarm is created.
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