vSphere and Veeam ONE

vSphere and Veeam ONE

Connecting VMware vSphere Servers

You can collect data of VMware vSphere infrastructure with Veeam ONE. Vcenter is not mandatory, you can connect Standalone ESi host.

Launch Veeam ONE Monitor, the icon is present on the desktop. From The Veeam ONE console, right click on virtual Infrastructure and click on Add Server

vSphere and Veeam ONE - Add VMware Server

A new windows appear, select VMWARE SERVER.

vSphere and Veeam ONE - Add VMware Server

Enter DNS name or IP Address and the type of the server ESXi host or vCenter. Click on Next.

vSphere and Veeam ONE - Enter information about your ESX server

Enter username and password to connect at the server.

vSphere and Veeam ONE - Enter information about your ESX server

Click on Finish. The server has now present on Veeam Console.

vSphere and Veeam ONE - Enter information about your ESX server

Configure credential for VMs

You can configure the credential for Windows and Linux VMs. From the Veeam ONE monitor, click on Options then on Server Settings.

vSphere and Veeam ONE - Configure credential of Windows and Linux

Click on Credentials tab and enter credential for Windows and linux VMs.

Enter credential
Choose Object to Monitor

VMware server is now connected to Veeam ONE, you can choose object that you want monitor. From the Veeam ONE Monitor, click on Options then on Server Settings.

vSphere and Veeam ONE - Enter credential

Click on Monitored VMs tab then on Create New.

Create new rules on Veeam ONE

Enter the name of the rules and click on Next.

Enter the name of the rules

With the Add button, select the desired VMs.

Select the desired VMs

Select the desired VM Location and click on Next.

VM selection

Click on Finish and uncheck the Default rule. Click on OK.

Uncheck Default rule on Veeam ONE Monitor

Veeam Reporter

With Veeam Reporter, you can have report about your VMware infrastructure.

Open Veeam ONE Reporter to obtain reports
Open Veeam ONE Reporter to obtain report

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