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Veeam nWorks compatibility

Post by kgrunert » Oct 25, 2011 1:17 pm

Hi All,

Someone can help me on the following elements which is below, actually i am seeking 2 points Compliancy with Veeam solution (Y/N) and Comments (Please provide details)

if you know the answers by chance.

Thank you all in advance for your help time and consideration.



Consolidate alerts, events, performance and status into a single SCOM console:

• 92 ESX (184 sockets)
• 15% yearly growth

Provide the following metrics and key performance indicators:

Host CPU
• Usage (%) CPU used over the collection interval
• Used (ms) CPU used over the collection interval
• Swap wait time (ms) CPU time spent waiting for host-level swap-in

Provide the following metrics and key performance indicators:

Host Memory
• Memory Used (%)
• Memory Pressure
• Swap in rate Rate at which memory is swapped in from disk.
• Swap out rate Rate at which at memory is swapped out to disk
• Swapped Total amount of memory that has been swapped out or in.
• Swap in (cumulative) Total amount of memory that has been swapped in.
• Swap out (cumulative) Total amount of memory that has been swapped out.

Provide the following metrics and key

Host Other
• Host sensors
• NTP Status

performance indicators:

• Host Connection status

Provide the following metrics and key performance indicators:


VMs
• Usage (%) CPU used over the collection interval (%).
• Usage (MHz) CPU used over the collection interval (MHz).
• Ready (ms) CPU time spent in the ready state

Provide the following metrics and key performance indicators:

Datastore
• Commands Commands issued in the sampling interval
• Read Rate KBs of data read
• Write Rate KBs of data written
• Device Latency Average latency at device
• Kernel Latency Average latency in vmkernel
• Command Latency Total latency for command
• Free space %
• Multipath Status
• VM count

Provide the following metrics and key performance indicators:

Network
• Packets transmitted(in sampling interval)
• Packets received (in sampling interval)
• Data transmit rate(KBps) Amount of data transmitted per second
• Data receive rate (KBps) Amount of data received per second
• NIC status

Other features:

Scalability
• Load balancing
• Fault Tolerance


THANK YOU ALL AGAIN !

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Re: Veeam nWorks compatibility

Post by Alec King » Oct 25, 2011 2:51 pm

Hello Khan,

That list is pretty much a summary of nworks features :D
So I am sure we can meet all those requirements.

I'll be responding to your email directly.
Thanks!
Alec
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Re: Veeam nWorks compatibility

Post by sidkipper » Feb 20, 2012 11:01 am

Hi,

Which nWorks Monitor or Rule would detect/report on the status of an ESX's NTP service?

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Re: Veeam nWorks compatibility

Post by Alec King » Feb 20, 2012 11:08 am

Hi Simon,

we have a Rule 'nworks vCenter: NTP daemon stopped'. This feeds through NTP status from the Host via vCenter, and raises a Warning alert.

Hope that answers your question!
Cheers
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Re: Veeam nWorks compatibility

Post by sidkipper » Feb 20, 2012 12:16 pm

Thanks for the prompt response.

Is that new in nWorks 5.7? I can't see it in the 5.6 management pack, nor see it refereed to in the 5.7 release notes?

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Re: Veeam nWorks compatibility

Post by sidkipper » Feb 20, 2012 2:31 pm

To answer my own question, looks like the "nworks vCenter: NTP daemon stopped" rule became available in 5.7

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Re: Veeam nWorks compatibility

Post by Alec King » Feb 20, 2012 2:39 pm

Hi Simon,

Correct, this Rule is new in 5.7.

I'll double-check which versions of vCenter it supports.

Thanks!
Alec

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Re: Veeam nWorks compatibility

Post by TylerR » May 13, 2013 4:58 pm

Hey Guys,

I can't find anything referencing NTP in our new CHM. Is this still valid?

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Re: Veeam nWorks compatibility

Post by sergey.g » May 14, 2013 9:02 am

Hi

Yes, we still capture this event, but in v6 it's being done by a generic rule "Veeam VMware: vSphere Host Warning"

Thanks.

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