Morning Coffee Widget

This widget allows you to track the health state and overall resource utilization for the selected infrastructure objects.

Sample Usage

This section provides step-by-step instructions that will help you understand how to use the Morning Coffee widget. Consider the following example:

You have a very large infrastructure with lots of clusters, which makes it difficult to monitor data in the default Morning Coffee Dashboard. You need to narrow the monitoring scope and create a separate Morning Coffee widget for a specific cluster.

In a dashboard, click to add a new widget and follow the next steps:

  1. At the Template step, choose Veeam > Veeam Infrastructure Summary Widget.
  2. At the General Properties step, specify widget display name and description.
  3. At the Management Pack step, choose Hyper-V.
  4. At the Scope step, click Add to choose what infrastructure objects will be included in the widget scope.

Note

Keep in mind that the Veeam MP for Hyper-V comes with separate Topology – Compute and Topology – Storage topologies which have different root objects. If you add a compute topology container, the Morning Coffee Dashboard will not automatically add storage objects from that container and will not display storage information. For this reason, if you need to add a compute topology object, you will also need to add a corresponding storage topology object.

The Add Groups or Objects window will open. To follow this example:

  1. Select the Show all objects and groups option.
  2. In the search field, enter the name of the required cluster.
  3. From the list of available items, select the Hyper-V Cluster (Veeam MP) object along with the corresponding Hyper-V Cluster Disk Container (Veeam MP) object, and click Add.
  4. Click OK.
  1. At the Summary step, review configuration information and click Create.
  2. Click Close.

As a result, the widget will show the state of SCVMMs (if present), physical hosts, VMs, storage and resource utilization for the cluster.

Morning Coffee Widget

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