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Veeam ONE 9.5 Update 4
Monitor User Guide

vCloud Director Monitoring

Veeam ONE Monitor offers a comprehensive view for the logical and physical layers of the vCloud Director infrastructure. Veeam ONE collects real-time statistics from connected vCloud Director servers and underlying vCenter Servers to help you track provider capacities, monitor resource usage and identify issues that may potentially result in SLA breaches.

With Veeam ONE Monitor, you can:

  1. Monitor health state of the vCloud Director infrastructure.

Start with the Summary dashboards to check the health state of the vCloud Director infrastructure and supporting VMware vSphere components.

View the latest alarms, track pending blocking tasks and expired leases and review the overall state of vApps and VMs provisioned by vCloud tenants.

  1. View triggered alarms.

Switch to the Alarms dashboard to see details on issues and problems occurred in the vCloud Director infrastructure. vCloud Director alarms will notify you on increasing resource usage for provider and organization vDCs, expiring vApp runtime and storage leases, blocking tasks left with no response, and the health state of vCloud infrastructure components.

  1. Work with performance charts.

Drill down to performance charts to diagnose performance problems and identify resource bottlenecks.

Track CPU, memory, disk and network performance for underlying hosts, VMs, VM containers, organizations, organization vDCs and vApps.

  1. Monitor vCloud Director capacities and resource usage.

Monitor available, allocated and consumed resources to make sure that VMs and vApps have enough allocated CPU, memory and storage resources, and vCloud tenants have enough capacities to run their workloads.

  1. Investigate problems from within the guest OS.

View the list of in-guest processes to diagnose problems related to a specific service, module or application within the guest OS.

Prerequisites

Before you start monitoring the vCloud Director environment, make sure you have configured connections to vCloud Director servers from which Veeam ONE will collect data. For more information on configuring server connections, see Connecting vCloud Director Servers.

In This Section

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Deployment Guide

Deployment for Large-Scale Environments

Monitor User Guide

Reporter User Guide

Quick Start Guide

Multi-Tenant Monitoring and Reporting

Working with Alarms

Veeam Backup & Replication Documentation

Veeam Agent for Windows Documentation

Veeam Agent for Linux Documentation

Veeam Management Pack Documentation