Looking for the Perfect Dashboard: InfluxDB, Telegraf and Grafana – Part XXIV (Monitoring Veeam Backup for Microsoft Azure)

Greetings friends, I bring you a new entry about Grafana and Veeam, which I'm sure you'll like and put in your labs. Veeam has recently announced Veeam Backup for Microsoft Azure. Along the ton of functionalities that the product includes, one is a public RESTFul API, and I thought it could be a good idea to create a Dashboard for this solution.Today, I am pleased to bring you a complete and finished Dashboard to monitor Veeam Backup for Microsoft Azure, without limit of VMs, jobs, or Repos.You will see that there is a Map inside the Dashboard, and that's because I consider quite important to be able to look globally and see what regions have unprotected VMs.

Veeam Backup for Microsoft Azure Dashboard

When you finish the entry you will have something similar to that Dashboard that will allow you to visualize, click on each link to see it live:

Looking for the Perfect Dashboard: InfluxDB, Telegraf and Grafana – Part XIX (Monitoring Veeam with Enterprise Manager) Shell Script

Greetings friends, I bring you a new entry about Grafana and Veeam, which I'm sure you'll like and put in your labs. Back in 2017 I told you how they monitor Veeam using the PowerShell CMDlets and also how to do it using PowerShell and Enterprise Manager RESTful API. These entries have had tens of thousands of hits, but they were more of a proof of concept as they were missing a lot of detail.Today, I am pleased to bring you a complete and finished Dashboard to monitor Veeam Backup & Replication, without limit of servers, jobs, VMs or Repos, thanks to Veeam Enterprise Manager and its RESTful API (only in Enterprise Plus)

Veeam Enterprise Manager Dashboard

When you finish the entry you will have something similar to that Dashboard that will allow you to visualize:

Veeam: How can Service Providers Monitor Veeam Cloud Connect services using Veeam ONE

Greetings friends, long ago I told you about the benefits of Veeam Cloud Connect, and since then I know that there are many of you who have become one of them. At the same time I know the problems when monitoring the components, and the tenants in a precise way, that's why today I bring you this post to see how to monitor Veeam Cloud Connect with Veeam ONE.

Veeam ONE Monitor - Monitor the status of Veeam Cloud Connect components

The first thing we want to monitor is the state of the components, such as repositories, cloud connect gateways, etc. Let's see all of them, from our Veeam ONE Monitor, we'll add the Veeam Cloud Connect server:Once we leave it a few minutes collecting information, we can see all the information, for example, a quick look at the status of the Backup Repository:

Looking for the Perfect Dashboard: InfluxDB, Telegraf and Grafana – Part VIII (Monitoring Veeam using Veeam Enterprise Manager)

Hello everyone, in February of this year I wrote a script to monitor a Veeam Environment using the VeeamPSSnapIn, you can check it out on the Github page here.This post was a tremendous success, at even I had the chance to explain a bit more to the VeeamON participants, celebrated in New Orleans. But it has a minor shortcoming, it might run very slow and use some resources if the Veeam Environment is big.This new tutorial is based on the Veeam Enterprise Manager, and more particular we will use the RESTfulAPI, so it's important for now on that you have it installed and licensed.

Response times while running the Script:  VeeamPSSnapIn vs. Veeam Enterprise Manager RESTfulAPI

I think that one of the best ways to compare head to head both Scripts is to run some tests and note the execution time, on my Homelab environment I have: One VBR, 4 Repositories, 4 Backup Jobs, here you might find an image and a detailed responses: