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Veeam ONE

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Veeam ONE for VMware
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Overview:

Veeam ONE is a powerful monitoring, reporting and capacity planning tool for the Veeam backup infrastructure and VMware vSphere and Microsoft Hyper-V virtual environments. It helps enable Availability for the Always-On Enterprise by providing complete visibility of the IT environment to detect issues before they have operational impact. Veeam ONE delivers 24x7 real-time monitoring and alerting, resources optimization and capacity planning to remove the guesswork from planning, fully-customizable reports designed to simplify backup compliance auditing requirements, and much more.

  • Complete Visibility - Powerful monitoring and reporting for backup and virtual infrastructures
  • Easy-to-Use - Works right out of the box saving you time and money
  • Affordable - All-in-one solution with competitive pricing

Maintaining Availability for the Always-On Business

How can you ensure RTPO of < 15 minutes if you are unaware that your storage will run out of space in two days, or five VMs can’t be backed up due to configuration issues?

Complete visibility into both virtual and backup infrastructures is essential for delivering Availability for all applications and data. Veeam ONE provides deep, intelligent monitoring and reporting for vSphere, Hyper-V and Veeam environments, delivering your ‘morning coffee’ dashboard and intelligence reports needed to maintain modern data center Availability.

  • 24x7 real-time monitoring and alerting: Notifies you with alarms of backup and VM performance issues to avoid downtime and meet SLAs.
  • Resource optimization and configuration tracking: Veeam helps you evaluate the performance of your infrastructure and ensures your existing configuration meets all known virtualization platform and backup best practices.
  • Capacity planning and forecasting: Forecast resource usage and utilization trends with “what if” modeling and resource overcommit tracking for your backup and virtual infrastructures.

Veeam ONE provides complete visibility of the IT environment.
Veeam ONE provides complete visibility of the IT environment.

Complete visibility that pays

Veeam ONE provides complete visibility of your virtual and backup environments to help you protect the data that matters most. It's powerful, easy to use and delivers a fully integrated solution at a competitive per-socket price.

Advanced Monitoring, Reporting, and Capacity Planning

Veeam ONE’s technology is based on advanced analysis, industry best practices and years of experience. Dashboards offer at-a-glance health assessments of your backup and virtual infrastructures in one all-inclusive solution designed to provide complete visibility of your performance with one-click, including drill-down access to granular details, when needed. And, with no limits on the number of Veeam Backup & Replication servers, hosts, vCenter Servers, SCVMM servers and Hyper-V Failover Clusters that can be monitored and reported on, users can easily experience the benefits of Veeam ONE for their entire environment.

  • 24x7 real-time monitoring and alerting
  • 200+ pre-set alarms
  • 100+ predefined reports
  • Infrastructure Assessment tools for backup
  • Veeam Backup & Replication v9 reports
  • Veeam Cloud Connect monitoring and reporting capabilities
  • Health and performance dashboards
  • Performance and configuration assessment for VMware vSphere and Microsoft Hyper-V
  • Advanced capacity planning with “what if” analysis and resource reservations
  • Configuration tracking for both virtual and backup infrastructures
  • Fully-customizable reporting and documentation

Infrastructure Assessment Reports

Availability depends on backup infrastructure health and performance. Veeam ONE provides a dedicated set of reports to ensure the configuration of your VMs are supported, VMs are processed by backup jobs, backups are running as planned and there is adequate space on your storage target to support your retention policy. A series of special assessment reports ensure your Veeam Backup & Replication installation meets all known best practices.

Performance and configuration assessment

Veeam ONE’s performance and configuration assessment helps you better understand what’s happening in your VMware or Hyper-V environment. You can identify the largest resource consumers and which hosts are the least loaded, realtime and cumulative I/O load and latency on datastores, resource consumption data for hosts, clusters, resource pools and datastores and much more!

Capacity planning for VMware, Hyper-V and backup

Veeam ONE provides performance forecasting and capacity planning for your VMware vSphere, Microsoft Hyper-V and backup infrastructures. You can forecast resource usage and utilization trends with “what if” modeling and resource overcommit tracking for your backup and virtual infrastructures. You can also manage several deployment projects, plan hardware upgrades and server downtime, and maintain confidence that your environment can safely manage it all.

Raw data analysis and report customizations

Veeam ONE makes it easy to access raw performance data and custom infrastructure reports for VMware and Hyper-V, including specific CPU, memory, network and disk metrics.

You can easily define your own configuration parameters, performance metrics and filters, providing maximum flexibility. And to simplify report generation, Veeam ONE’s custom report builder allows you to pull data from any field inside any existing report into one, all-inclusive document, providing the complete visibility you need.

Multi-tenant reporting and monitoring

IT managers can delegate VMware vSphere reporting and monitoring to system admins over a limited scope of assigned virtual machines (VMs). Admins can then monitor and customize reporting for their own VMs, while managers pre-build backup reports for the entire team. Managers are able to save hours of valuable time each month by pre-populating individual dashboards with filtered results.

Managed Service Providers (MSPs) and Veeam Cloud Service Providers (VCSPs) can leverage multi-tenant reporting and configuration to provide complete visibility into the resource consumption of their customers’ environments. This can enhance their service offering, provide billing structures for backup-as-a-service clients, and more, all while safeguarding tenant data by removing manual report functions.

Features:

24x7 Performance monitoring and alerting

Veeam ONE provides real-time, agentless and unattended 24x7 performance monitoring of your backup and virtual infrastructures, designed to notify you of issues before applications and users are negatively impacted. Monitoring functionality includes:

  • Real-time dashboards with drill-down views in one click
  • Over 200 preset alarms based on best practices
  • Extensive knowledge base connected to each alarm
  • Detailed information to help you isolate root cause and quickly resolve issues
  • Specific alarms dashboards designed to reduce discovery and troubleshooting times
  • Dashboards for backup infrastructure performance and trends
  • Dashboards for top consumers by any resource

You can also customize dashboards to match your specific needs. For example, you can get granular and monitor the performance, alerts, backup status and top VM from a specific cluster or business unit.

Performance and configuration assessment

Do you really know what’s happening in your VMware or Hyper-V environment at any given time? Can it properly handle load peaks? Keeping track of resource allocation and consumption is critical for maintaining Availability of IT services. Veeam ONE helps you with performance and configuration assessment, so you can identify:

  • Largest resource consumers and which hosts are the least loaded
  • Real-time and cumulative I/O load and latency on datastores
  • If datastore latency and IOPs can allow for increased backup load
  • Resource consumption data for hosts, clusters, resource pools and datastores
  • VMs that cannot be protected because of unsupported configurations (e.g. VMs with pRDM or independent disks in VMware)
  • Storage overcommitment and more!

Backup infrastructure reporting

Availability depends on backup infrastructure health and performance. Veeam ONE provides a dedicated set of assessment reports to ensure the configuration of all of your VMs are supported, VMs are processed by backup jobs, backups are running as planned and there is adequate space on your storage target to support your retention policy. Special assessment reports ensure that your Veeam Backup & Replication installation meets all known best practices. Some of the backup reporting includes:

  • Backup infrastructure assessment
  • Performance and bandwidth savings from Veeam’s built-in WAN acceleration
  • Audit operator restore activity
  • Status of backup and replication jobs
  • Unprotected VMs that are not covered by any backup jobs
  • Change tracking for backup job configuration and 20 other reports!

Capacity planning for VMware, Hyper-V and Backup

Using historical data, Veeam ONE provides performance forecasting and capacity planning for your VMware vSphere, Microsoft Hyper-V, and backup infrastructures. You can forecast resource usage and utilization trends with “what if” modeling and resource overcommit tracking for your backup and virtual infrastructures.

Is it possible to add three more SQL servers and take two hosts down for maintenance? Based on forecasted data, Veeam ONE takes the guesswork out of capacity planning. Now, you can manage several deployment projects, plan hardware upgrades and server downtime, and have confidence that your environment can handle it. With Veeam ONE you can:

  • See when computing or storage resources will max out based on consumption trends
  • Know when backup repositories will run out of space for the configured backup jobs
  • Emulate resources Availability when adding new VMs, hosts, compute or storage resources
  • Plan heterogeneous expansion and changes across VMware and Hyper-V together
  • Take into account several capacity planning projects and make reservations
  • Eliminate guesswork as well as Excel-based and manual calculations

For Service Providers: enhanced monitoring and reporting

Managed Service Providers (MSPs) and Veeam Cloud & Service Providers (VCSPs) can leverage multi-tenant reporting and configuration to provide complete visibility into the resource consumption of each customer’s environment:

  • Provide a billing structure for backup-as-a-service clients
  • Get reporting and monitoring for vCloud Director infrastructure and context
  • Enhance your service offering by providing self-service monitoring and reporting to customers (tenants)
  • Leverage SSO and local vSphere / vCD users to provide performance data

Veeam ONE helps MSPs work smarter, not harder and responsibly safeguard tenant data by eliminating manual report functions that can sometimes result in accidental data exposure.

Custom report on repository space usageRaw data analysis and advanced report customization

Sometimes you just need the raw data for your analysis. With Veeam ONE you can easily access raw performance data and custom infrastructure reports for vSphere and Hyper-V, including specific CPU, memory, network and disk metrics.

Veeam ONE allows you to define your own configuration parameters, performance metrics and filters, providing maximum flexibility. And for easy report generation, Veeam ONE’s Custom Report Builder allows you to pull data from any field inside any existing report into one, all-inclusive document, providing the complete visibility you need.

Change tracking and auditing

With many moving parts and an entire team managing your backup and virtual infrastructure, you need a tight control on who is altering configurations or adding new objects. Changes are dynamic and ultimately impact performance of VMs, backup jobs, and the hypervisor itself.

Veeam ONE provides automated backup and VMware change tracking to make change auditing and forensic analysis totally transparent.

Business and technical views of your infrastructureBusiness and technical views of your infrastructure

Veeam ONE enables both technical- and business-oriented views of the virtual infrastructure. You can monitor and report on dynamically built groups of hosts, clusters, virtual machines and datastores categorized by:

  • business unit
  • geographic location
  • department
  • service level
  • server type
  • any other defined criteria

Identify EVERY unprotected VM

Are you completely protected? Veeam ONE helps you reduce the risk of downtime. Through a specially defined backup business group designed to categorize VMs based on restore points, Veeam ONE helps you easily determine which VMs are protected and which are not. This provides users valuable time to ensure all critical VMs are properly backed up and available.

Gain business views of your virtual environment and control VM sprawl

Veeam ONE offers an automated, flexible and dynamic way to categorize and group your clusters, hosts, VMs and data stores by criteria such as business unit, department, purpose and SLA. With Veeam ONE business categorization, you can view and manage your virtual infrastructure based on your organization’s needs and priorities. You can also monitor and report on resource utilization for logical groups of objects and see which objects don’t conform to your categorization criteria, giving you an easy way to detect VM sprawl.

VMware:

Veeam ONE provides complete visibility of the IT environment.

Many challenges, ONE solution

Integrating the power of Veeam Monitor, Reporter and Business View, Veeam ONE is a single solution for powerful, easy-to-use and affordable monitoring and reporting for VMware and Veeam Backup & Replication.

Real-time monitoring

Real-time, well-informed and unattended 24x7 monitoring for your backup and VMware infrastructures

Virtual infrastructure analysis
Veeam ONE shows comprehensive resource consumption and workload data for hosts, clusters and datastores, with visibility all the way down to individual VMs. Find out at a glance which components in your backup and VMware infrastructures are the largest resource consumers and which ESX(i) hosts are the least loaded. View actual cumulative I/O load on a particular datastore to determine whether it is overloaded or can handle more VMs. You can even drill down into Windows and Linux/Unix VMs, ESX(i) hosts and vCenter Servers to monitor resource usage.

24x7 real-time monitoring
Rely on Veeam ONE to:

  • Alert you of backup and performance issues before applications and users are affected
  • Speed troubleshooting with alarm dashboards and drill-down access to objects and performance graphs
  • Provide the utilization and performance analysis you need to optimize resources and achieve the highest levels of performance and availability

Monitoring dashboards with easy drill-down
Veeam ONE gives you at-a-glance views of the health and performance of your backup and VMware infrastructures. Monitoring dashboards also offer intuitive single-click access to object details, performance data and knowledge base articles, putting all the information you need within easy reach.

More features

  • Advanced alerting capabilities and built-in intelligence
    Veeam ONE offers over 130 alarms built specifically for VMware and more for Veeam Backup & Replication, with best practices thresholds based on years of experience and advanced analysis. An extensive knowledge base explains each alarm and provides possible causes, suggested resolutions and links to additional information. With delivery of alerts via e-mail and SNMP, you can be confident your backup and virtual infrastructures are being monitored whether you're onsite or miles away.
  • Hardware monitoring
    For the most complete picture of your virtual infrastructures, Veeam ONE provides you with ESX(i) host hardware sensor information. This allows your VMware monitoring team to track the status of physical hardware (including ventilation, enclosure, power and other subsystems) directly in Veeam ONE, eliminating the need for service console-based hardware monitoring agents that are not supported on ESX(i) hosts.
  • Storage monitoring
    Veeam ONE provides full storage monitoring capabilities, including disk space and datastore monitoring. Built-in storage alarms notify you of possible capacity issues that might occur if virtual disks grow to configured, over-provisioned limits. You can even view and be alerted on datastore load information aggregated from disk utilization statistics for all VMs and hosts using a particular datastore.
  • Correlated event and performance data
    Understand how backup and virtual infrastructure activities affect VM performance and solve resource usage mysteries with real-time monitoring graphs that are overlaid with known virtual infrastructure events, such as vMotion, snapshot creation and deletion, and backup jobs.
  • Consolidated monitoring
    Veeam ONE delivers a powerful and easy-to-use monitoring solution that enables multi-user access to performance data without affecting ESX(i) host or vCenter Server performance or changing your access policies. It agentlessly gathers all performance information into a Microsoft SQL Server database, allowing users to access infrastructure-wide performance data as needed. Veeam ONE is integrated with vCenter Server to provide cluster-aware monitoring of your VMs. And with support for multiple ESX(i) hosts and vCenter Servers, Veeam ONE displays performance data for your entire backup and virtual infrastructures on a single screen—no matter how large your VMware deployment is.

Documentation and management reporting

Complete documentation and management reporting for your entire backup and virtual infrastructures

Visibility of the entire virtual infrastructure
Veeam ONE discovers, documents and analyzes your entire virtual infrastructure. It maintains a complete history of all objects, settings and changes, presents the data and recommendations you need to right-size your environment, and provides utilization information from the appropriate perspective for assigning chargeback costs. With Veeam ONE, you have the information you need to verify you’re leveraging the power of virtualization to consolidate as efficiently and safely as possible.
Alarms dashboard
Alarms dashboard

Automation that saves time and cost
Veeam ONE eliminates labor-intensive, error-prone and ineffective manual reporting processes, along with associated delays and constant rework. Starting with predefined report templates, you can tailor report data and formats to meet your requirements, and then direct information to be delivered automatically to dashboards, e-mail, web portals, and more.

Predefined and customizable dashboards
Veeam ONE reporting dashboards are web-based interfaces that present at-a-glance information about your virtual environment. Predefined dashboards for alarms, performance, trends and more give you out-of-the-box visibility of what’s important in your virtual environment. You can also create and customize your own dashboards for unique views of your infrastructure.

Change tracking
The virtual infrastructure is highly dynamic. Changes can come from administrators or vSphere itself, and these changes can have significant impact on performance.

To facilitate troubleshooting, change auditing and forensic analysis, Veeam ONE provides complete change tracking for VMware—the who, what, when, where and how of every change in your virtual environment.

Change tracking report
Change tracking report

Business categorization

Technical and business-oriented views of the virtual environment, for monitoring and reporting from the different perspectives of your stakeholders

Gain a business view of your virtual environment
Veeam ONE offers an automated, flexible and dynamic way to categorize and group your clusters, hosts, virtual machines (VMs) and datastores by criteria such as business unit, department, purpose and SLA. With Veeam ONE business categorization, you can view and manage your virtual infrastructure based on your organization’s needs and priorities.

Prioritize resource allocation and control VM sprawl
With Veeam ONE's business categorization, you can monitor and report on resource utilization for logical groups of objects. You can also see which objects don't conform to your categorization criteria, giving you an easy way to detect VM sprawl.

Business View dashboard
Business View dashboard

"Set and forget" dynamic categorization
There is no longer any need for repetitive manual categorization of objects into multiple folders.

Hyper-V:

Microsoft Hyper-V

Many challenges, ONE solution

Integrating the power of Veeam Monitor, Reporter and Business View in a single solution, Veeam ONE delivers the capabilities that matter most to Hyper-V administrators.

Real-time monitoring

Real-time, well-informed and unattended 24x7 monitoring for your backup and Hyper-V infrastructures.

Powerful and easy-to-use
In less than 15 minutes, you can deploy Veeam ONE and start taking advantage of its many out-of-the-box features, including alarms built especially for Hyper-V, an extensive knowledge base, predefined dashboards and more. Veeam ONE's built-in intelligence brings you the power you need to easily monitor and enhance the performance and availability of your virtual environment.

24x7 real-time monitoring
Rely on Veeam ONE to:
  • Alert you of backup and performance issues before applications and users are affected
  • Speed troubleshooting with alarm dashboards and drill-down access to objects and performance graphs
  • Provide the utilization and performance analysis you need to optimize resources and achieve the highest levels of performance and availability
Summary monitoring dashboard
Summary monitoring dashboard

Monitoring Failover Clusters, CSVs and SMB shares
Veeam ONE provides full monitoring support for Failover Clusters, including specific alarms, reports, charts and knowledge base articles for CSVs, SMB shares and Highly Available SMB shares. Direct and indirect workloads for CSVs are differentiated in graphs to help you understand the impact of each type of workload on a datastore and determine whether an issue is hardware- or configuration-based.

Monitoring dashboards with single-click drill-down
Veeam ONE gives you at-a-glance views of the health and performance of your backup and Hyper-V infrastructures. Monitoring dashboards also offer intuitive single-click access to object details, performance data and knowledge base articles, putting all the information you need within easy reach.

More features

  • Advanced alerting capabilities and built-in intelligence
    Veeam ONE offers over 90 alarms built specifically for Hyper-V and more for Veeam Backup & Replication, with best practices thresholds based on years of experience and advanced analysis. An extensive knowledge base explains each alarm and provides possible causes, suggested resolutions and links to additional information. With delivery of alerts via e-mail and SNMP, you can be confident your backup and virtual infrastructures are being monitored is being monitored whether you're onsite or miles away.
  • Correlated event and performance data
    Understand how backup and virtual infrastructure activities affect VM performance and solve resource usage mysteries with real-time monitoring graphs that are overlaid with known virtual infrastructure events, such as snapshot creation and deletion, and backup jobs.
  • Consolidated monitoring
    Veeam ONE delivers a powerful and easy-to-use monitoring solution that enables multi-user access to performance data without affecting application performance or changing your access policies. It agentlessly gathers all performance information into a Microsoft SQL Server database, allowing users to access infrastructure-wide performance data as needed. With support for multiple hosts, SCVMMs and Failover Clusters, Veeam ONE displays performance and utilization data for your entire backup and virtual infrastructures on a single screen—no matter how large your virtualization deployment.

Documentation and management reporting

Complete documentation and management reporting for your entire backup and virtual infrastructures.

Complete infrastructure documentation
Internal policies, external regulations and common sense require that you document your backup and virtual environment. Veeam ONE makes this task easy with predefined and automated reports for your entire infrastructure. You can even generate Visio diagrams to document the topology of your environment.

Easy-to-use management reporting
Veeam ONE provides report templates for the information management demands—reports that effectively summarize all the detailed data about your virtual environment for a concise picture of resources, workload and utilization.

Hyper-V trends dashboard
Hyper-V trends dashboard

Automation that saves time and cost
Veeam ONE eliminates labor-intensive, error-prone and ineffective manual reporting processes, along with associated delays and constant rework. Starting with predefined report templates, you can tailor report data and formats to meet your requirements, and then direct information to be delivered automatically to dashboards, e-mail, web portals, and more.

Predefined and customizable dashboards
Veeam ONE reporting dashboards are web-based interfaces that present at-a-glance information about your virtual environment. Predefined dashboards for alarms, trends and more give you out-of-the-box visibility of what’s important in your virtual environment. You can also create and customize your own dashboards for unique views of your infrastructure.

Resource optimization
As your backup and virtual environment grows, it can be difficult to keep track of where and how resources are used. With Veeam ONE, you don't have to wait for disaster to strike to find out your resources are not allocated properly. You can also generate reports that let you verify you're consolidating as efficiently and safely as possible.
Oversized VMs report
Oversized VMs report

Business categorization

Technical and business-oriented views of the virtual environment, for monitoring and reporting from the different perspectives of your stakeholders.

Gain a business view of your virtual environment
Veeam ONE offers an automated, flexible and dynamic way to categorize and group your clusters, hosts, virtual machines (VMs) and datastores by criteria such as business unit, department, purpose and SLA. With Veeam ONE business categorization, you can view and manage your virtual infrastructure based on your organization's needs and priorities.
Business View dashboard
Business View dashboard

"Set and forget" dynamic categorization
There is no longer any need for repetitive manual categorization of objects into multiple folders. Simply define the rules and policies for categorizing objects in your Hyper-V environment and let Veeam ONE take care of the rest, from discovering and monitoring the attributes of your objects to creating the groups into which those objects are assigned.

Prioritize resource allocation and control VM sprawl
With Veeam ONE's business categorization, you can monitor and report on resource utilization for logical groups of objects. You can also see which objects don't conform to your categorization criteria, giving you an easy way to detect VM sprawl.

What's New in Veeam One Version 9:

Veeam ONE is a powerful monitoring, reporting and capacity planning tool for the Veeam backup infrastructure, VMware vSphere and Microsoft Hyper-V. It helps enable Availability for the Always-On Enterprise by providing complete visibility of the IT environment to help detect issues before operational impact. The following is a list of over 100 new features and functionalities introduced with Veeam ONE v9 that are designed to help users better maintain a high Availability data center.

What’s new: General functionality

Monitoring

  • Object maintenance mode improvements: You can now schedule object maintenance mode at a specific time and date.

Alarms

  • Enhanced email notification options: Email notifications now include Business View group membership and IP address of the object.
  • Improved alarm filtering options: Now, users can sort all alarms by resolution type and show resolution type (automatic or manual) in the alarm management node.
  • Enhanced alarm suppress period: Alarms now can be scheduled at a specific time for a specific day via advanced suppress options
  • New options for alarm rules: Alarms can now have different rules combined by “AND/OR” logical operators.
  • Combo-alarms: Now, users can create alarms based on existing alarms by combining them under the alarm rules configuration.
  • New internal predefined alarms: Internal alarms can now track the time difference between monitored objects and the Veeam ONE server which prevents data collection issues.
  • Ability to restore alarms to their defaults: Alarms now retain a history of rule threshold adjustments. Every alarm can be returned to its default configuration.
  • New alarm state: Users can now place triggered alarms into an acknowledged state. This allows users to keep alarms in the current state but removes all alerts and notifications.
  • Event-driven alarms creation: Now, users can simply create alarms by right-clicking on the event name in the Events & Tasks tab in the Veeam ONE Monitor Client.
  • Performance alarms creation: Users can now create alarms by simply rightclicking on the performance counter name in the Veeam ONE Monitor Client.
  • Alarms for clusters: Now, a user can create performance alarms for all monitored clusters.
  • Enhanced options for suppressing alarms during backup job runs: Now, alarms can be suppressed for VMs that are not backed up but are located on the same datastore or host with the VM that is being backed up.
  • Export options: Now, users can export all triggered alarms to a CSV file from a Monitor Client.

Dashboards and Widgets

  • Enhanced dashboard usability: All predefined dashboards now display the latest refresh time for all widgets.

Veeam ONE v9’s new look and feel
Veeam ONE v9’s new look and feel

  • New reporting intervals for widgets: Predefined widgets that report intervals now include past week, past month, current week and current month.

Reporting

  • New parameters in reports from the custom report pack: Now, users can generate these reports by excluding business hours from reporting.
  • TOP N parameter in all reports from custom report pack: Users can now filter reports from the custom report pack by TOP N objects parameters.
  • Report builder enhancements: The new version of report builder provides support for a Custom Infrastructure report.

Business view categorization

  • New logical operators for Business View groups: Business view dynamic group now supports AND/OR logical operators in its expression.
  • New categorization options for VMs: Users can now categorize all monitored VMs based on the VM networks they are connected to and by their location.
  • Updated logic for saving vSphere Tags: Now, all vSphere tags are overwritten within the same category and do not create duplicates.

Other

  • Scalability improvements: Veeam ONE Server now uses its guest OS local disks to store a real-time performance data cache which dramatically improves the maximum number of supported VMs, hosts and datastore in the virtual infrastructure.
  • Per-VM licensing for service providers: The license key now includes an additional field in the file for a per-VM licensing model.
  • License auto-update: Now, users can automatically update their license keys according to their contract.
  • Filters for events and tasks tab: Users can now filter triggered events and tasks, according to their severity state.
  • Export events and tasks: Users can export triggered events and tasks to Excel directly from the Veeam ONE Monitor Client.
  • Veeam ONE Client x64 version: To improve scalability, Veeam ONE now has an x64 version of the Veeam ONE Client application.
  • Enhanced user login options: Users can now specify an account name to use during the login process.
  • Veeam ONE Client auto-update: Veeam ONE Client is now automatically updated at the initial connection if it doesn’t match the Veeam ONE server version and build number.
  • Setup enhancements: Users can now pre-configure an address of the Veeam ONE server during a remote Veeam ONE client installation.
  • Updated alarms import logic: An alarms import operation can now be done for the Veeam ONE FREE version.
  • Updated user interface: The Veeam ONE user interface has been redesigned and optimized for large-scale infrastructures.

What’s New: Backup

Monitoring

  • Scale-out Backup Repository: Monitor Client now displays Scale-out Backup Repository in its data protection view tree.
  • Performance monitoring for Veeam tape servers: Veeam ONE now gathers CPU, memory, disk and network performance metrics for Veeam tape servers (Windows only).
  • Veeam backup events: The Veeam ONE server now collects all events triggered in the Windows event log of the Veeam Backup & Replication server.
  • TOP tenants dashboard for Veeam Cloud Connect users: The Monitor Client now displays information about TOP tenants by transferred data, utilization time, etc.
  • Updated dashboards for Veeam Cloud Connect: WAN accelerator and cloud gateway dashboards have been updated to reflect changes made in Veeam Backup & Replication v9.
  • Veeam Cloud Connect replication jobs: Monitor Client displays all configured Veeam Cloud Connect replication jobs including their latest state and performance statistics.

Backup Summary Dashboard
Backup Summary Dashboard

Alarms

  • Alarm for tracking job state: Users can now track how much time each job has spent in the disabled state.
  • Alarm for monitoring a backup window: Now, users can control and monitor job duration via a predefined alarm that sends email notifications when any job exceeds its configured backup window.
  • VMs with no replica: This new alarm notifies users if a mission-critical VM lacks any restore points within a defined RPO period.

Reporting

  • Enhanced job configuration change tracking report: This report now uses “user-friendly” names of the backup job properties.
  • Enhanced backup inventory report: This report now includes the list of protected VMs in a drilldown report for every job.
  • Enhanced tape media retention period report: This report now includes expired tapes in the summary section.
  • Enhanced rendering performance for protected VMs and VM backup status reports: Report generation performance is dramatically improved and adapted for large-scale infrastructures.
  • Enhanced protected VMs report: This report now includes backup copy jobs.

Protected VMs report
Protected VMs report

  • Enhanced restore operator activity report: Now, this report includes users’ notes about the reason for a restore task.
  • Enhanced VM change rate estimation report: This report now displays data for VMs that were powered off at the time a report was generated.
  • Enhanced backup job historical information report: This report now includes information about tape jobs.
  • Enhanced backup billing report: New time intervals have been added as parameters to the report.
  • Job configuration dump: This report provides complete information on current job configuration parameters.
  • Tape GFS configuration: This report provides configuration information about GFS Media Pools and backup to tape jobs writing restore points to the Media Pools.
  • Exported tapes: This report lists all tapes exported from the tape library.
  • Backup job data exclusions: This report provides information about excluded objects from the backup jobs, including VMs, virtual disks, files and folders.
  • Backup copy GFS backup files: This report provides data about historical backups for backup copy jobs configured to use the GFS retention policy.
  • Scale-out Backup Repository configuration: This report shows configuration and statistics of Scale-out Backup Repositories.
  • Oracle item restore tracking: The Restore Operator Activity report now includes Oracle item restore activity.
  • Unmapped datastore LUNs: This report provides lists of all LUNs that are not mapped to the backup proxy operating in the Direct SAN access processing mode.
  • Backup alarms current state: This report shows all currently unresolved alarms (Errors and/or Warnings) and displays why these alarms were triggered in your infrastructure.
  • Backup alarms overview: This report provides an overview of your data protection health state including backup infrastructure alarms and most affected jobs.
  • Support for per-VM backup chains in the billing report: The backup billing report can now display information about consumed space for each backed up VM that is stored in a separate backup chain.
  • Support for per-VM backup chains in the backup files growth report: The backup files growth report can now display information about consumed space for each backed up VM that is stored in a separate backup chain.
  • Enhanced Veeam Cloud Connect users report: Now, users can select individual tenants for historical data reporting to individually determine each tenant’s quota usage.
  • Enhanced Veeam Cloud Connect inventory report: This report now includes information about Veeam Cloud Connect Replication functionality.
  • Veeam Cloud Connect replication provisioning: This report helps identify the potential impact of excessive over-provisioning of hosts and datastores used by Veeam Cloud Connect Replication jobs.
  • Updated Veeam Cloud Connect report pack policy: This report pack is now available in the Veeam ONE Free edition for backup servers running regular backup and replication jobs.

What’s New: Microsoft Hyper-V

Monitoring

  • New CPU performance metrics: The list of monitored counters now includes CPU wait time and virtual CPU usage performance metrics.
  • Free space monitoring for CSVs and SMB shares: Now, users can review space usage metrics for CSV and SMB shares within the Monitor Client.

Alarms

  • VM guest OS reboot alarms: Users can receive notifications when the VM guest OS is rebooted by a user and by the host itself.
  • New alarms for monitoring health state of Hyper-V host: Now, alarms monitor the health state of all critical management services of a Hyper-V host.
  • Alarm for monitoring Hyper-V memory pages: This alarm is a primary indicator of the types of faults that cause system-wide delays.
  • Hyper-V host reboot: This new predefined alarm tracks manual and automatic restarts of the guest OS of the Hyper-V host.
  • Host CPU wait: This alarm monitors how much time VMs wait to get the required CPU resources from the host.

Reporting

  • Idle VMs: This report shows the list of idle VMs in terms of CPU, memory, disk and network usage.
  • Oversized VMs: This report helps detect virtual machines that have more allocated vRAM or vCPU resources than they require.
  • Undersized VMs: This report helps you detect virtual machines that have less allocated vRAM or vCPU resources than they require.
  • Powered off VMs: This report shows a list of all VMs that were in a powered off state for a defined period of time.
  • Performance assessment: This report helps assess performance of Hyper-V hosts and identify potential improvements in the infrastructure.
  • Configuration assessment: This report helps assess configuration of Hyper-V hosts and identify potential improvements in the infrastructure.
Microsoft Hyper-V oversized VMs report
Microsoft Hyper-V oversized VMs report
Microsoft Hyper-V configuration assessment report
Microsoft Hyper-V configuration assessment report

What’s New: VMware vSphere

Multi-tenancy

  • Support for local users in vCenter Server and vCloud Director: Now, Veeam ONE supports local vCenter Server and vCloud Director and only displays objects for which these users have permissions.
  • Support for SSO users in vCenter Server and vCloud Director: Now, Veeam ONE supports SSO users in vCenter Server and vCloud Director and only displays objects for which these users have permissions.
  • License key visibility restrictions: Now, tenants cannot review information about the installed Veeam ONE license key.

Monitoring

  • vSAN monitoring: The Veeam ONE server now collects performance metrics and triggered events. Users can also use these performance metrics and events in custom alarm creation.

Alarms

  • Host HA Agent failure: This alarm tracks the state of HA agent on every ESXi host.
  • vSphere cluster HA warning: This alarm tracks HA health state in the vSphere cluster.
  • vCenter storage Availability: This alarm is based on existing predefined alarms monitoring every network connectivity aspect.

Reporting

  • Enhanced VM configuration assessment report: New verification checks have been added to the report.
  • Enhanced alarms overview report: This report now includes more information in the drilldown section.
  • VMware host uptime: This report provides data about ESXi host uptime for the selected time period.
  • Infrastructure changes audit: This report provides detailed audit data for all events that happened in the virtual infrastructure.
  • Enhanced guest OS disk report: Now, this report analyzes growth rates for all monitored guest OS volumes.
  • Enhanced VM uptime report: New output data including number of alarms and restarts for every VM, have been added to the report.
  • Enhanced oversized and undersized VMs reports: Now, these reports take business hours into account while analyzing VM performance data.
  • Host failure report enhancements: This report now supports Business View groups as a reporting parameter.
  • Enhanced VM growth report: This report now takes into account automatic Quick Migration tasks in its analyses.
  • Enhanced idle VMs report: This report now includes information about wasted CPU, memory and disk resources in the summary page.
  • Enhanced capacity planning report: This report now has more time parameters for performance analysis.
  • vVols support: vVols are now fully supported in all capacity planning reports.

Dashboards and Widgets

  • New parameters for “How many more VMs can be added” widget: CPU and Memory threshold customizations have been added to the default settings.

vCloud Director

  • Expired VMs display: Expired VMs are now displayed in vApp configuration in addition to the infrastructure tree.

Supported Environments:

VMware Infrastructure

Platforms:

  • vSphere 6.0
  • vSphere 5.x
  • vSphere 4.1

Hosts:

  • ESXi 6.0
  • ESXi 5.x
  • ESXi 4.1
  • ESX 4.1
  • vSphere Hypervisor (free ESXi)

Software:

  • vCenter Server 6.0 (optional)
  • vCenter Server 5.x (optional)
  • vCenter Server 4.1 (optional)
  • vCloud Director 5.1, 5.5 (optional)

    *Only English version of VMware infrastructure is supported

Microsoft Hyper-V Infrastructure

Platforms:

  • Windows Server 2012 R2
  • Windows Server 2012
  • Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1

Hosts:

  • Windows Server Hyper-V 2012 R2
  • Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2012 R2 (free)
  • Windows Server Hyper-V 2012
  • Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2012 (free)
  • Windows Server Hyper-V 2008 R2 SP1
  • Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2008 R2 SP1 (free)

Software:

  • Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2012 R2 (optional)
  • Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2012 (optional)
  • Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2008 R2 SP1 (optional)

Backup infrastructure

Platform:

  • Veeam Backup & Replication v9
  • Veeam Backup & Replication v8
  • Veeam Backup & Replication v7 patch 4

Software:

  • Veeam Backup & Replication server
  • Veeam Backup Enterprise Manager (optional)

Documentation:

Veeam ONE Overview Datasheet (.PDF)

Pricing Notes:

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