Veeam® ONE™ integrates seamlessly with Veeam Backup & Replication™ to provide advanced monitoring, reporting and capacity planning capabilities designed to help you protect your virtual, physical and cloud-based workloads.
What’s new in Veeam ONE 9.5:
Veeam ONE provides real-time, unattended 24x7 performance monitoring of your backup, virtual and physical infrastructures, designed to notify you of issues before applications and users are negatively impacted. Monitoring tool functionality includes:
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.
Do you really know what’s happening in your VMware or Hyper-V environment at any given time? Can it properly handle load peaks? With the right monitoring tool, you can keep track of resource allocation and consumption, which is critical for maintaining the Availability of IT services. Veeam ONE helps you with performance and configuration assessment, so you can identify:
Enterprises and service providers can leverage powerful chargeback and billing capabilities to help calculate the cost of compute and storage resources within their organizations or service offerings and charge individual departments or customers based on their resource usage. Reports include:
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 and agents is 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:
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:
Managed Service Providers (MSPs) and Veeam Cloud & Service Providers partners (VCSPs) can leverage multi-tenant reporting and configuration to provide complete visibility into the resource consumption of each customer’s environment:
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.
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.
The Veeam ONE monitoring tool 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.
With many moving parts and an entire team managing your backup and virtual infrastructure, you need a tool for tight control on who is altering configurations or adding new objects. Changes are dynamic and ultimately impact the 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.
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: