Cloud Connect Replication Provisioning

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    This report allows you to identify cloud hosts, clusters and datastores that are over-provisioned and under-provisioned with resources and make sure CPU, memory and storage resources are allocated efficiently.

    • The Summary section includes the following elements:
      • The Top 5 Over-provisioned Hosts/Clusters (by CPU), GHz chart displays 5 most over-provisioned cloud hosts and clusters by CPU and displays their total CPU capacity and the amount of computing resources provisioned for them.
      • The Top 5 Over-provisioned Hosts/Clusters (by Memory), GB chart displays 5 most over-provisioned cloud hosts and clusters by memory and displays their total memory capacity and the amount of memory resources provisioned for them.
      • The Top 5 Over-provisioned Datastores, GB chart displays 5 most over-provisioned cloud datastores by memory and displays their total memory capacity and the amount of memory resources provisioned for them.
    • The Details section provides information on cloud hosts and clusters that are over-provisioned and under-provisioned with CPU, memory and storage resources and provides information about resource allocation on these hosts.

    Report Parameters

    You can specify the following report parameters:

    • Infrastructure objects: defines a list of virtual infrastructure objects to include in the report.
    • CPU Utilization Thresholds: defines minimum and maximum CPU utilization thresholds in percent.
    • Memory Utilization Thresholds: defines minimum and maximum memory utilization thresholds in percent.
    • Datastore Utilization Thresholds: defines minimum and maximum storage utilization thresholds in percent.

    Note:

    • Infrastructure topology view in Veeam ONE and Veeam Backup & Replication must match. Otherwise, Veeam ONE Web Client may show invalid data for Veeam Backup & Replication reports and dashboards.
    • To analyze data about replicated VMs in the report, you must connect the target virtualization servers to Veeam ONE. For details, see Connecting Servers.
    • When specifying threshold intervals, note the following:
      • If the amount of provisioned CPU, memory or storage resources is higher than the specified maximum threshold, an object (such as a host, cluster or datastore) is considered over-provisioned.
      • If the amount of provisioned CPU, memory or storage resources is less than the specified minimum threshold, an object (such as a host, cluster or datastore) is considered under-provisioned.
      • If the amount of provisioned CPU, memory or storage resources is between the minimum and maximum thresholds, an object (such as a host, cluster or datastore) will not be included in the report charts or tables as the provisioning value is considered normal.

    Cloud Connect Replication Provisioning Report

    Use Case

    The report helps define whether existing hardware plans match hosts and datastores capabilities. Use this data to avoid potential issues that may be caused by excessive over-provisioning of cloud replication hosts.

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