by frankive » Thu Jan 29, 2015 5:33 pm people like this post
We do have some customers now that have bought the veeam essentials bundle and use our cloud connect serice. Great! The bundle also gives us Veeam One included so we also have a good utility to sell in extra support and a proactive way of support the customer. I know we have the alarms with email etc. but I am more that visual guy that like to have a huge monitor in our IT-department to show warnings etc. Veeam One is also greay on these visual things!
Does anyone have a setup where they f.ex connect 10 customers to one Veeam One monitor Client? Or some software that can f.ex show customer 1 in 10 sec. next customer in 10 sec. somehow on a screen?
by frankive » Sun Feb 01, 2015 11:52 am people like this post
Seems like a good idea. Do you have any suggestions for the best way to rotate these dashboards? I will do some googling on how to rotate different webview and refresh. I would guess both firefox and chrome has go extensions to do this.
by Vitaliy S. » Sun Feb 01, 2015 12:53 pm people like this post
I would suggest rotating these dashboards every 15-60 minutes and use Veeam ONE Monitor dashboards for real-time monitoring. In this case you will have visibility into everything that is going on right now, as well as you will see the trends of all critical resources and current overview across all clients.
by frankive » Sun Feb 01, 2015 3:17 pm people like this post
usually our customer has a min. 4 Mbit upload speed. Some got fiber 20 Mbps+ I should probably create site-2-site to get this working and do some SNAT on the firewalls since many of our customers is running on the same subnet at their local site.
by frankive » Sun Feb 01, 2015 3:36 pm people like this post
We are using GFI MAX, they have now changed name to LogicNow I think. I was hoping by building a Veeam One infrastructure it would lower our cost which is pretty high for each server we want to monitor with RMM tools.
by Vitaliy S. » Sun Feb 01, 2015 3:44 pm people like this post
Oh...I see your point. Well, given that you're able to establish direct connection to from our site to each client, then you will be able to get the data you want. Thanks for sharing your usage example.