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Veeam ONE 9.5 Update 4
Monitor User Guide

Business View Objects

You can view the list of infrastructure objects within the Business View node — object type, platform, category and group.

To view the list of objects:

  1. Open Veeam ONE Monitor.

For details, see Accessing Veeam ONE Monitor.

  1. At the bottom of the inventory pane, click Business View.
  2. In the inventory pane, select the necessary node.
  3. Open the tab with the name of the object: Virtual Machines, Hosts, Datastores, Clusters, Computers.
  4. To find the necessary object by name, use the Search field at the top of the list.

To display objects of a specific virtual infrastructure node, select the necessary node in the Scope field at the top of the list.

  1. Click column names to sort objects by a specific parameter.

Business View Objects

For every object in the list, the following details are available.

Virtual Machines

  • State — state of the VM (powered on, powered off, suspended)
  • Virtual Machines — name of the VM
  • Parent Object — name of the parent object for the VM

Click a link in this column to switch to the Infrastructure View for the parent object.

  • vCPU — number of virtual CPUs configured for the virtual machine
  • Memory  Size — amount of memory resources allocated to the VM
  • Guest OS — guest operating system installed on the VM
  • Categories — number of categories to which the VM is included

Click a link in this column to see all categories and groups for the VM.

Hosts

  • Type — type of the infrastructure object
  • Hosts — name of the host
  • Parent Object — name of the parent object for the host

Click a link in this column to switch to the Infrastructure View for the parent object.

  • CPU Count — number of CPU cores on the host
  • CPU Frequency — frequency of CPU cores on the host
  • Memory  Size — total capacity of the host
  • VM Count — number of VMs residing on the host
  • Categories — number of categories to which the host is included

Click a link in this column to see all categories and groups for the host.

Datastores

  • Type — type of the infrastructure object
  • Datastores — name of the datastore
  • Parent Object — name of the parent object for the datastore

Click a link in this column to switch to the Infrastructure View for the parent object.

  • File System — type of the file system on the datastore
  • Capacity — total capacity of the datastore
  • Free Space — free space remaining on the datastore
  • VM Count — number of VMs residing on the datastore
  • Categories — number of categories to which the datastore is included

Click a link in this column to see all categories and groups for the datastore.

Clusters

  • Type — type of the infrastructure object
  • Cluster — name of the cluster
  • Parent Object — name of the parent object for the cluster

Click a link in this column to switch to the Infrastructure View for the parent object.

  • CPU Count — number of CPU cores in the cluster
  • CPU Capacity — total frequency of all CPU cores in the cluster
  • Host Count — number of hosts in the cluster
  • VM Count — number of VMs residing on the cluster
  • Categories — number of categories to which the cluster is included

Click a link in this column to see all categories and groups for the cluster.

Computers

  • Type — type of the infrastructure object
  • Computers — name of the computer on which Veeam backup agent is installed
  • IP Address — IP address of the computer on which Veeam backup agent is installed
  • Cluster — name of a failover cluster added to a protection group
  • Type — mode in which Veeam backup agent job runs
  • Location — location assigned to the computer in Veeam Backup & Replication
  • Protection Group — name of a protection group to which the computer is included
  • Backup Job/Policy — name of the backup job or policy assigned to Veeam backup agent on the computer
  • Last Backup State — state of the latest job session
  • Last Successful Backup — date and time when the latest restore point was created

You can choose what columns to show or hide in the objects table:

  • To hide one or more columns, right-click the table header, and clear check boxes next to the corresponding data fields.
  • To make hidden columns visible, right-click the table header, and select check boxes next to the corresponding data fields.

Exporting Object Details to Excel

You can export categorization data to a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet file and save it for documenting purposes:

  1. Open Veeam ONE Monitor.

For details, see Accessing Veeam ONE Monitor.

  1. At the bottom of the inventory pane, click Business View.
  2. In the inventory pane, select the necessary node.
  3. Open the tab with the name of the object: Virtual Machines, Hosts, Datastores, Clusters, Computers.
  4. To find the necessary object by name, use the Search field at the top of the list.
  5. At the top of the list, click Export to Excel and save the file.
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