Free monitoring and reporting for VMware and Hyper-V
Veeam ONE Free Edition is a risk-free way to experience firsthand the many benefits that Veeam ONE brings to virtualization management. With no restrictions on the number of hosts, management servers and Failover Clusters you can monitor and report on, Veeam ONE Free Edition lets you see how 24x7 real-time monitoring, resource optimization, management reporting and more can improve the performance and availability of your virtual environment.
And when you’re ready to extend advanced monitoring and reporting to the Veeam Backup & Replication infrastructure and exercise all the other powerful capabilities of Veeam ONE, upgrading to the full version of Veeam ONE is as easy as simply installing your purchased license key.
24x7 real-time monitoring and alerting
You need to be the first to know when issues affect the performance and availability of your virtual environment. With over 200 prebuilt alarms and an extensive knowledge base, you will not only be alerted when a problem occurs, you’ll also have the information at your fingertips to troubleshoot, pinpoint root cause and resolve the issue.Top 7 VMware Management Challenges
Continuing to Reap the Rewards of Virtualization
Easy documentation and management reporting
Veeam ONE Free Edition automatically discovers your virtual environment and provides out-of-the-box visibility into the performance of your virtual infrastructure. With Veeam ONE, it’s easy to maintain up-to-date documentation of your entire virtual infrastructure, as required by internal policies, external regulation and plain good sense. You can also easily generate the reports management demands—reports that effectively summarize all the detailed data about your virtual infrastructure to deliver a concise picture of resources, workload and utilization.Recorded webinar: CIO’s perspective on vSphere reporting
Saves time and cost
Veeam ONE Free Edition eliminates labor-intensive, error-prone and ineffective manual processes, as well as the delays and rework that often come with compiling reports by hand. With Veeam ONE, data is automatically collected from hosts and management servers, so you don’t have to scramble to gather the information you need. And predefined report templates provide a basis for reports that you can customize to meet your requirements.
Predefined and customizable dashboards
Veeam ONE Free Edition 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 your infrastructure.
Gain a business view of your virtual environment
Veeam ONE Free Edition 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.
“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 virtual environment and let Veeam ONE Free Edition 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
Veeam ONE's business categorization dashboard shows you at-a-glance the number of VMs and vCPUs and the amount of memory and storage used by the business units, departments, and other categories you define for your organization.
Veeam ONE Provides an Economical Way for a Not-for-profit Organization to Monitor its Virtual Environment
The ability of Veeam ONE to run with our free ESXi hosts was what initially attracted us to Veeam. Veeam’s centralized view of the entire virtual infrastructure, reports on resource utilization, and alerts to potential problems were what sold us on it.