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Find all the service models dedicated to the supervision of your Virtualization - Hyperconvergence VMWARE.

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VMware-ESX-NetUsage

Measures the usage of the network interfaces of an ESX server. Configuration: indicate a VMware user who is a member of the "user" group with Read Only rights on the hypervisor. 

Available from version
3.13

VMware-ESX-RAM

Measures the RAM usage of an ESX server and notifies when a threshold is exceeded. Configuration: indicate a VMware user who is a member of the "user" group with Read Only rights on the hypervisor. 

Available from version
3.13

VMware-Datacenter-VM_SWAP

Measures the swap memory usage of a VM by polling the vCenter and notifies when thresholds in MB are exceeded.
Configuration: vCenter web service access (login and password) + vCenter host server name + thresholds. The name of the VM is the name of the device to which the control is attached.

Available from version
3.13

VMware-Datacenter-VM-ConfigIssues

Detects VM configuration problems by querying the vCenter.
Configuration: vCenter web service access (login and password) + vCenter host server name. The VM name is the name of the device.

Available from version
3.13

VMware-Datacenter-VM-ConnectionState

Collects the connection state of a VM by querying the vCenter and changes its state if its state is not OK. Configuration: vCenter web service access (login and password) + vCenter host server name. The name of the VM is the name of the device to which the control is attached.

Available from version
3.13

VMware-Datacenter-VM-GuestStatus

Collects the operating state of a VM's guest OS by polling the vCenter and changes its state if its state is not OK. Configuration: vCenter web service access (login and password) + vCenter host server name. The VM name is the name of the device.

Available from version
3.13

VMware-Datacenter-VM-State

Collects the state of a VM by querying the vCenter and changes its state if its state is not OK. Configuration: vCenter web service access (login and password) + vCenter host server name. The name of the VM is the name of the device to which the control is attached.

Available from version
3.13

VMware-Datacenter-VM-Status

Collects the operating state of a VM by querying the vCenter and changes state if its state is not OK. Configuration: vCenter web service access (login and password) + vCenter host server name. The VM name is the name of the device.

Available from version
3.13

VMware-Datacenter-VM-VMwareToolsStatus

Collects the operating state of VMware tools from a VM by querying the vCenter and changes the state if its state is not OK. Configuration: vCenter web service access (login and password) + vCenter host server name. The VM name is the name of the device.

Available from version
3.13

VMware-Datacenter-VM_ActiveRAM

Measures the active memory usage consumed by a VM by querying the vCenter. This control notifies when thresholds expressed in MB are exceeded.
Configuration: vCenter web service access (login and password) + vCenter host server name + VM name + thresholds

Available from version
3.13

VMware-Datacenter-VM_Balooning

Measures memory usage by a VM's memory control driver by polling the vCenter and notifies when thresholds in MB are exceeded. Configuration: vCenter Web service access (login and password) + vCenter host server name + thresholds. The name of the VM is the name of the device to which the control is attached.

Available from version
3.13

VMware-Datacenter-VM_CPU

Measures the CPU usage of a VM by polling the vCenter and notifies when a threshold is exceeded. Configuration: vCenter web service access (login and password) + vCenter host server name. The name of the VM is the name of the device to which the control is attached.

Available from version
3.13

VMware-Datacenter-VM_CPUReady

Measures the CPU free time usage of a VM in milliseconds by polling the vCenter and notifies when a threshold is exceeded. CPU Free Time is the amount of time a virtual machine's CPU is ready to run and waiting on a physical CPU. Configuration: vCenter Web service access (login and password) + vCenter host server name. The name of the VM is the name of the device to which the control is attached.

Available from version
3.13

VMware-Datacenter-VM_CPUWait

Measures the CPU latency utilization of a VM in milliseconds by polling the vCenter and notifies when a threshold is exceeded. CPU idle time is the amount of time a virtual machine's CPU is waiting for resources plus the amount of time spent with no activity.
Configuration: vCenter web service access (login and password) + vCenter host server name. The name of the VM is the name of the device to which the control is attached.

Available from version
3.13

VMware-Datacenter-VM_DiskIO-Read

Measures disk IO read usage by a VM by querying the vCenter. This control notifies when thresholds in MB/s are exceeded.
Configuration: vCenter web service access (login and password) + vCenter host server name + thresholds. The name of the VM is the name of the device to which the control is attached.

Available from version
3.13

VMware-Datacenter-VM_DiskIO-Write

Measures disk IO write usage by a VM by querying the vCenter. This control notifies when thresholds in MB/s are exceeded.
Configuration: vCenter web service access (login and password) + vCenter host server name + thresholds. The name of the VM is the name of the device to which the control is attached.

Available from version
3.13

VMware-Datacenter-VM_NetUsage

Measures network usage by a VM, by querying the vCenter. This control notifies when thresholds are exceeded, expressed in kilobytes per second.
Configuration: vCenter web service access (login and password) + vCenter host server name + thresholds. The name of the VM is the name of the device to which the control is attached.

Available from version
3.13

VMware-Datacenter-VM_OverheadRAM

Measures the use of additional memory by a VM due to resource virtualization by querying the vCenter. This control notifies when thresholds expressed in MB are exceeded. Configuration: vCenter Web service access (login and password) + vCenter host server name + thresholds. The name of the VM is the name of the device to which the control is attached.

Available from version
3.13

VMware-Datacenter-VM_RAM

Measures the RAM usage of a VM by querying the vCenter and notifies when a threshold is exceeded. Configuration: vCenter web service access (login and password) + vCenter host server name. The name of the VM is the name of the device to which the control is attached.

Available from version
3.13

VMware-Datacenter-Host-NicStatus

Collects the status of network cards on a VMware host by querying the vCenter. Changes status when at least one network card is disconnected.
Configuration: vCenter web service access (login and password) + vCenter host server name. The VMware host name is the name of the device to which the control is attached.

Available from version
3.13

VMware-Datacenter-Host-OverheadRAM

Measures the use of additional memory by a VMware host due to resource virtualization by querying the vCenter. This check notifies when thresholds in MB are exceeded. Configuration: vCenter web service access (login and password) + vCenter host name + thresholds. The VMware host name is the name of the device to which the control is attached.

Available from version
3.13

VMware-Datacenter-Host-RAM

Measures the RAM usage of a VMware host by polling the vCenter and notifies when a threshold is exceeded. Configuration: vCenter web service access (login and password), alert threshold, critical threshold. The VMware host name is the name of the device to which the control is attached.

Available from version
3.13

VMware-Datacenter-Host-Status

Collects the operating state of a VMware host by polling the vCenter and changes its state if its state is not OK. Configuration: vCenter web service access (login and password) + vCenter host server name. The VM name is the name of the device.

Available from version
3.13

VMware-Datacenter-Host-StorageQueue-Latency

Measures latency at the vSphere storage queue for disk IOs on a VMware host by querying the vCenter. This check notifies when thresholds in milliseconds are exceeded. Configuration: vCenter web service access (login and password) + vCenter host name + thresholds. The VMware host name is the name of the device to which the control is attached.

Available from version
3.13

VMware-Datacenter-Host-Swap

Measures the swap memory usage of a VMware host by polling the vCenter and notifies when thresholds in MB are exceeded.
Configuration: vCenter web service access (login and password) + vCenter host server name + thresholds. The VMware host name is the name of the device to which the control is attached.

Available from version
3.13

VMware-Datacenter-OverheadRAM

Measures the use of additional memory by a VMware datacenter due to resource virtualization by querying the vCenter. This control notifies when thresholds in MB are exceeded. Configuration: vCenter web service access (login and password) + vCenter host server name + thresholds.

Available from version
3.13

VMware-Datacenter-RAM

Measures VMware datacenter RAM usage by polling the vCenter and notifies when thresholds are exceeded. Configuration: vCenter web service access (login and password), alert threshold, critical threshold.

Available from version
3.13

VMware-Datacenter-Services-List

Collects the status of services on a VMware host by querying the vCenter and changes the status if at least one service is not operational. Configuration: vCenter web service access (login and password) + vCenter host server name. The VMware host name is the name of the device to which the control is attached.

Available from version
3.13

VMware-Datacenter-Swap

Measures swap memory usage in a VMware datacenter by polling the vCenter and notifies when thresholds in MB are exceeded.
Configuration: vCenter web service access (login and password) + vCenter host server name + thresholds.

Available from version
3.13

VMware-Datacenter-Host-Balooning

Measures memory usage by a VMware host's memory control driver by polling the vCenter and notifies when MB thresholds are exceeded. Configuration: vCenter web service access (login and password) + vCenter host server name + thresholds. The VMware host name is the name of the device to which the control is attached.

Available from version
3.13

VMware-Datacenter-Host-ConnectionState

Collects the connection state of a VMware host by polling the vCenter and changes the state if its state is not OK. Configuration: vCenter web service access (login and password) + vCenter host server name. The VMware host name is the name of the device to which the control is attached.

Available from version
3.13

VMware-Datacenter-Host-CPU

Measures the CPU usage of a VMware host by polling the vCenter and notifies when a threshold is exceeded. Configuration: vCenter web service access (login and password), alert and critical thresholds. The VMware host name is the name of the device to which the control is attached.

Available from version
3.13

VMware-Datacenter-Host-Device-Latency

Measures latency at the physical storage level for disk IOs on a VMware host by querying the vCenter. This check notifies when thresholds in milliseconds are exceeded. Configuration: vCenter web service access (login and password) + vCenter host server name + thresholds. The VMware host name is the name of the device to which the control is attached.

Available from version
3.13

VMware-Datacenter-Host-DiskIO-Read

Measures disk IO read usage by a VMware host by querying the vCenter. This check notifies when thresholds in MB/s are exceeded. Configuration: vCenter web service access (login and password) + vCenter host server name + thresholds. The VMware host name is the name of the device to which the control is attached.

Available from version
3.13

VMware-Datacenter-Host-DiskIO-Write

Measures disk IO write usage by a VMware host by querying the vCenter. This check notifies when thresholds in MB/s are exceeded.
Configuration: vCenter web service access (login and password) + vCenter host server name + thresholds. The VMware host name is the name of the device to which the control is attached.

Available from version
3.13

VMware-Datacenter-Host-HardwareHealth

Collects the hardware state of a VMware host by polling the vCenter and changes the state if its state is not OK. Configuration: vCenter web service access (login and password) + vCenter host server name. The VMware host name is the name of the device to which the control is attached.

Available from version
3.13

VMware-Datacenter-Host-Issues

Collects problems present at a VMware host by polling the vCenter and changes state if at least one problem is encountered.
Configuration: vCenter web service access (login and password) + vCenter host server name. The VMware host name is the name of the device to which the control is attached.

Available from version
3.13

VMware-Datacenter-Host-Kernel-Latency

Measures kernel level latency for disk IOs on a VMware host by querying the vCenter. This check notifies when thresholds in milliseconds are exceeded. Configuration: vCenter web service access (login and password) + vCenter host name + thresholds. The VMware host name is the name of the device to which the control is attached.

Available from version
3.13

VMware-Datacenter-Host-NetUsage

Measures network usage by a VMware host by querying the vCenter. This check notifies when thresholds in kilobytes per second are exceeded. Configuration: vCenter web service access (login and password) + vCenter host server name + thresholds. The VMware host name is the name of the device to which the control is attached.

Available from version
3.13

VMware-Datacenter-Balooning

Measures memory usage by the memory control driver of a VMware datacenter by polling the vCenter and notifies when thresholds in MB are exceeded. Configuration: vCenter web service access (login and password) + vCenter host server name + thresholds.

Available from version
3.13

VMware-Datacenter-CPU

Measures CPU usage in a VMware datacenter by polling the vCenter and notifies when a threshold is exceeded. Configuration: vCenter web service access (login and password), alert and critical thresholds.

Available from version
3.13

VMware-Datacenter-Datastore

Collects the remaining storage space on a datastore and notifies when it falls below different thresholds. This model is valid for a VMware Datacenter configuration and must be deployed on the VMware Datacenter vCenter equipment. Configuration: specify a user with read access rights on the vCenter, and the server connection port (optional).

Available from version
3.13

VMWare-Datacenter-Datastore-All

Collects the remaining storage space of all datastores.
Notifies when at least one storage space falls below the various thresholds. Notifies also when one of the datastores is not accessible.
Possibility to fill in a black list of datastores to be ignored.
This model is valid for a VMware Datacenter configuration and must be deployed on the VMware Datacenter vCenter equipment.

Configuration : indicate a user with read access rights on the vCenter, text output format, alert threshold, critical threshold, blacklist, timeout.

Available from version
4.10

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