MSP N-central

Submitted by (@efarraj)

Monitoring Service for Solarwinds Backups Recovery Console

I asked support about a way to monitoring the status of a restore done through Recovery Console and they deemed it "impossible" at this time. Apparently, the logs are only stored in the cloud and not locally removing the same functionality that Backup Manager has to be able to be monitored through N-Central. Create a way to monitor restores via Recovery Console so we can actively monitor the restores without having to ...more »

MSP Remote Monitoring & Management

Submitted by (@bag3ls)

Monitoring Active Jobs more easily (e.g MAV scans, Backups)

With the addition of features over the last few years, there's now a number of potential jobs that could be running on a server or workstation, some of these jobs are: - backups - antivirus scanning - patch management installation Currently, if we want to see if any of these jobs are running it would require someone to go to the machine in question and view the relevant south pane tab. This is very time consuming, say ...more »

MSP Remote Monitoring & Management

Submitted by (@germen)

Backup software included in backup check

Within the backups checks Veeam backup and replication is already present however Veeam also has the following backup app:

Veeam Agent for Microsoft Windows, designed to backup, we would like a backup check for Veeam Agent so we can monitor these backups with Solarwinds MSP

 

https://www.veeam.com/blog/veeam-agent-windows-public-beta-available.html

MSP Remote Monitoring & Management

Submitted by (@markscottuk)

Different colours for check failures

Rather than put a failed state rollup in red, I would like to be able to customise the colours, especially to make backup failures a different colour

 

I would colour as follows:

 

Yellow - Backup Failures

Orange - 24/7 and DSC failures (non-backups)

Red - Graceful and abrupt communication failures

MSP Backup & Recovery

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Local Backups Before Sending to Cloud

We would love to see an option to perform local backups to the LocalSpeedVault first and then sending data to the Cloud. The process should be quicker, even with compression. Then with the compression process already completed, sending the data to Cloud storage directly from the LocalSpeedVault should also be quicker. Now you have more efficient local backups as well as efficient local recovery. An alteration of this ...more »

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