At the location level, you can limit resources and set defaults. This means you can set an allocation limit for an enterprise in each datacenter or public cloud region.
To configure the same limits for all regions in a provider, select a provider group. For example, if you enter a hard limit of 8 CPUs, then the platform will create a hard limit of 8 CPUs in each region for this provider. This option is available when regions are grouped by provider or vCloud endpoint. See Group public cloud regions by provider or endpoint
To limit resources in a datacenter or public cloud region, set allocation limits:
This is process is very similar to that of setting enterprise limits, so for more details, see
Total amount of RAM that may be used by VMs including hardware profiles assigned to VMs
Total number of virtual CPU cores that may be used by VMs including hardware profiles assigned to VMs
Local Hard Disk
Total size of hard disk that may be used by VMs on hypervisor datastores and in public cloud providers
Private cloud: Total size of external storage that may be assigned to VMs
Total number of private VLANs that may be defined. Note that a private VLAN is automatically created for every VDC, so this limit may restrict the number of VDCs that users can create.
Total number of Public IPs, floating IPs (in public cloud), and NAT IPs that may be used
|Repository||Operations||Private cloud: Total size of NFS Repository space that maybe used for the Apps Library including templates and instances (but not conversions). Manage the Datacenter Apps Library#How much space can I use in the Apps Library?|
|Virtual machines||Deployment||Total number of VMs that users can deploy in the location using their allowed resources|