As of vRealize Operations (vROps) version 6.1, remote collectors can be configured into collector groups.
Why is this significant? (Choose the best answer.)
- A: If the collecting node fails, another node in the collecting group can take over and resume collection
- B: The more nodes in a collection group, the more collected metric data can be buffered and stored in the case of a network outage
- C: Configuring a collector group, the nodes can be configured in an active-active mode which will allow for faster and increased capacity collections
- D: Remote collectors of different vROps versions can be run in a collector group