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The ability to display reserved space in the Turbonomic UI for initial placement.
There are multiple accounts which I work with which utilize Turbonomic for initial placement of VMs on hosts within their clusters. When these reservations are placed, there is currently no method in the Turbo UI to show the amount of space which is reserved. It would be nice if there was a location in the UI which showed both numerically and graphically the amount of resources which are currently occupied and free, reserved and non-reserved, as well as occupied + reserved and free (non-reserved). This would give the user a clear picture of the space reserved vs. available so they have a better understanding of their inventory. There are many support issues/escalations which are submitted due to the lack of understanding of reserved assets vs. their total on-hand inventory. A similar Enhancement Request may already be in for this feature, I just figured that I would place an idea just in case.
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