Veeam VMware High-Granularity Management Pack

The Veeam VMware High-Granularity MP includes additional performance collection rules for advanced and granular performance monitoring.

This management pack can be considered as optional. The metrics collected by the pack are not used in out-of-the-box Veeam MP for VMware dashboards, alerts or reports. If your infrastructure requires specific advanced performance analysis, you can deploy the Veeam VMware High-Granularity MP and enable the pack on a per-Host or per-VM basis.

Note

Veeam VMware High-Granularity MP collects granular performance data, including instance-based data. Use the management pack with caution to avoid heavy load and space usage in the OpsMgr databases.

The Veeam VMware High-Granularity MP includes the following additional metrics:

Object

Counter

Instance

VMDatastore

deviceReadLatency (for each Host:Disk to this datastore)

Host name:disk name

VMDatastore

deviceWriteLatency (for each Host:Disk to this datastore)

Host name:disk name

VMDatastore

IOPS(for each Host:Disk to this datastore)

Host name:disk name

VMDatastore

SDRS Normalized Read Latency

_Total

VMDatastore

SDRS Normalized Write Latency

_Total

VMDatastore

SDRS Outstanding Read Requests

_Total

VMDatastore

SDRS Outstanding Write Requests

_Total

VMDatastore

SDRS Read IOPS

_Total

VMDatastore

SDRS Write IOPS

_Total

VMDatastore

SIOC Max Queue Depth

_Total

VMDatastore

VMObservedLatency

_Total

VMGuest-cpu

cpuIdlePct

_Total

VMGuest-cpu

cpuWaitPct

_Total

VMGuest-disk

freePct

Disk partition name

VMGuest-disk

outstandingIOs (sum readOIO and writeOIO)

Datastore name:Virtual disk name

VMGuest-disk

usageRateKB/s  (sum read + write rate)

Datastore name:Virtual disk name

VMGuest-memory

memorySharedKB

_Total

VMGuest-net

receiveRateKB/s

vNIC name

VMGuest-net

transmitRateKB/s

vNIC name

VMHost-cpu

cpuIdlePct

_Total

VMHost-disk

commandsFailed

Datastore name:Disk name

VMHost-disk

kernelLatency

Datastore name:Disk name

VMHost-disk

kernelReadLatency

Datastore name:Disk name

VMHost-disk

kernelWriteLatency

Datastore name:Disk name

VMHost-disk

maxQueueDepth

Datastore name:Disk name

VMHost-disk

readRateKB/s

Datastore name:Disk name

VMHost-disk

usageRateKB/s

Datastore name:Disk name

VMHost-disk

writeRateKB/s

Datastore name:Disk name

VMHost-hba

commandsFailed

vmhba name (e.g. vmhba33)

VMHost-hba

OIOsPct

vmhba name (e.g. vmhba33)

VMHost-hba

usageRateKB/s

vmhba name (e.g. vmhba33)

VMHost-hba

readLatency

vmhba name (e.g. vmhba33)

VMHost-hba

readRateKB/s

vmhba name (e.g. vmhba33)

VMHost-hba

writeLatency

vmhba name (e.g. vmhba33)

VMHost-hba

writeRateKB/s

vmhba name (e.g. vmhba33)

VMHost-memory

memoryActiveMB

_Total

VMHost-memory

memoryAvailPct

_Total

VMHost-memory

memorySwappedMB

_Total

VMHost-memory

memorySharedMB

_Total

VMHost-net

droppedRx

Vmnic name

VMHost-net

droppedTx

Vmnic name

VMHost-net

receiveRateKB/s

Vmnic name

VMHost-net

transmitRateKB/s

Vmnic name

VMHost-sensor

Amps

Sensor name

VMHost-sensor

Degrees C

Sensor name

VMHost-sensor

Percentage

Sensor name

VMHost-sensor

Volts

Sensor name

VMHost-sensor

Watts

Sensor name

VMPool

vmShutdown

_Total

VMPool

vmSuspended

_Total

VmvApp

vmShutdown

_Total

VmvApp

vmSuspended

_Total

All rules included in the Veeam VMware High-Granularity MP are disabled by default. To enable performance data collection, manually add vSphere clusters, datastores, hosts and VMs to the Veeam VMware objects for high-granularity performance collection group:

  1. Open the OpsMgr console using the account with administrative privileges.
  2. Navigate to the Authoring node and select Groups.
  3. In the group list, double-click the Veeam VMware objects for high-granularity performance collection group.
  4. In the Veeam VMware objects for high-granularity performance collection Properties window, switch to the Explicit Members tab and click Add/Remove Objects.
  5. In the Object Selection window, search for the necessary vSphere clusters, datastores, hosts and VMs, add them to the list of group members and click OK.
  6. Click OK to save changes.

For more information on performance collection rules included in the Veeam VMware High-Granularity MP, see Veeam MP for VMware Reference.

Note

If you have a previous Veeam VMware High-Granularity MP version installed, do not forget to manually import a new version while upgrading Veeam MP for VMware. For more information on upgrading Veeam MP for VMware, see the Veeam MP for VMware Installation Guide.

After you import the new Veeam VMware High-Granularity MP version, manually add infrastructure objects to the Veeam VMware objects for high-granularity performance collection group.

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