To analyze the efficiency of VM data protection implemented with Veeam Backup & Replication, you can create the Protected VMs report. This report examines whether managed VMs have valid backup restore points created within the specified time range (RPO period), and provide information on the completion status of recent backup job sessions.
To create a backup report:
- In the menu on the left, under Reporting click Backup Reports.
- Open the Report Configuration tab.
- Click New.
- At the Report Template step of the wizard, select Protected VMs.
- At the Name step of the wizard, specify the report name.
- At the Departments step of the wizard, select the client department you configured at step 2.
- At the Locations step of the wizard, select the default location.
- At the Parameters step of the wizard, check the report settings.
Leave the default RPO value to check whether the created backups are not older than 1 day.
- Follow other steps of the wizard without changing any values. At the last step of the wizard, click Finish to save the report configuration.
- Select the saved report configuration in the list and click Run.
- Wait until the status of the report generation task in the State column changes to Success.
- Open the All Reports tab.
- Locate the generated report in the list and click the link in the Report column to download the report in the PDF format.
- Open the downloaded document and check the report results: the number and type of protected and unprotected VMs, and the status of the latest job sessions.
Send a report notification to a client department:
- On the All Reports tab, select the generated report and click Send.
The report will be sent at the email address that you specified in the Department Info settings for the client department at step 2.
- If you specified your own email address for evaluation purposes, open your mail box and check how the report notification looks like.
For more information about working with backup reports, see Backup Reports.