The Veeam Relationship History report allows you to choose a specific type of relationship between infrastructure objects and track changes for this relationship over a time interval.
The Veeam Relationship History report allows you to choose the perspective which will be used to analyze relationship: Source, Target or both.
The report allows you to group report statistics by the following criteria: Source or Target.
This section provides step-by-step instructions that will help you understand how to create the Veeam Relationship History report. Consider the following example:
In your HA cluster, you want to track load on a specific host. Particularly, you need to keep an eye on vMotions history for that host to make sure that the host can sustain the workload.
The following example explains how to create a report that shows what virtual machines were residing on the selected vSphere host during the reporting period.
To create the report, follow these steps:
- Open the Veeam Relationship History Report.
- Define time intervals.
- Choose a report scope.
- Choose a relationship type.
- Choose perspective options.
- Choose grouping options.
- Run the report.
- View the report output.