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Reporter User Guide

VM Backup Compliance Overview

This report returns a list of VMs that do not meet the requirement to have a minimal number of backup copies available at any time.

The report displays a pie chart that shows the proportion of backup-compliant VMs to the rest of VMs across the selected virtual infrastructure scope.

The Details table provides information on non-compliant VMs properties, simplifying analysis and remediation of such VMs.

VM Backup Compliance Overview Report
VM Backup Compliance Overview Report

Use Case

This report allows you to make sure that all mission critical VMs have sufficient amount of backup copies in distinct locations within the organization, as requested by the 3-2-1 backup strategy. This information may help you modify job settings or dynamically adjust your backup file retention policies.

To learn more about the 3-2-1 backup strategy, see the Veeam Blog article How to follow the 3-2-1 backup rule with Veeam Backup & Replication.

Report Parameters

You can specify the following report parameters:

  • Scope (VMware VM folders): defines a list of VMware folders to include in the report (applies to VMware vSphere environments only). VM folders is an alternate way to present the virtual infrastructure. If VMs in your infrastructure are grouped into folders according to their profile, you can limit the report scope by specifying the necessary folders only.
  • Scope (VI): defines a virtual infrastructure level and its sub-components to analyze in the report.
  • Scope (Business View objects): defines Veeam ONE Business View groups to analyze in the report. The parameter options are limited to objects of the Virtual Machine type.
  • vCloud Director: defines vCloud Director components to analyze in the report.
  • Required Number of Copies: defines the minimum number of backup copies/replicas a virtual machine must have in order to meet the compliance requirements.
  • Exclusion mask: defines a list of VMs that should be excluded from the report scope. You can enter VM names explicitly or create a wildcard mask by using the asterisk (*) to replace any number of characters. Multiple entries are separated by semicolon. Usage example: the following string will exclude machines with the _R&D suffix from appearing in the report: “*_R&D”.
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