According to the page http://help.solarwinds.com/backup/documentation_test/Content/Backup%20and%20recovery/SolarWinds%20backup%20guide/vmware-backup-reqs.htm VMware ESXi 6.7 is not supported by Backup & Recovery. Please add support for this version.
Right now when a VMware backup is done, the snapshot is labelled with date and time only.
I would like the snapshot to be labelled in a way that identifies the source.
e.g. MSP Backup 25-04-2018 @ 16:00:01
Its possible to filter by ESXI devices, however its not possible to filter by the version.
In N-central appears the OS Version has (for example) "VMware ESXi 5.0.0 build-914586" but since VMware/ESXi is an hypervisor, when a OS filter is created there isn't a option to filter by version.
For better management in an VMWare environment, it would be great to have openvmtools installed.
It helps with better managebility and such.
With VMWare deprecating Windows vCentre servers in the next release, all servers will need to be VCSA Linux based VMs. You will need to develop an agent that works on the VCSA server which allows for enhanced VMWare monitoring without causing issues with the stability of the platform. This should be considered urgent and should be developed before version 7 is released.
Hey guys, since the Option to manage Logs for VmWare VMs is only available for english versions of Microsoft Windows Servers, we would like to be able disable this feature so it is not being shown if the envrionment is non-english. Possibly you could add this as a feature to the products so this is not being visible in the Backup Manager? For now all this does is increasing questions why this is not available or why ...more »
right now the only option to restore VmWare virtual machines is to a valid ESXi target.
Not everyone has multiple ESXi servers available for restore purposes so we would like to see the feature to restore a VmWare VM to a local drive target.
With the Single File Restore now somewhat reliably working for VmWare and Hyper-V VMs I would love to see the ability to restore the file back directly into the actual VM the Backup came from.
This would greatly benefit reaction times for resellers aswell as being comfortable since you would have to restore to a target and then copy into the VM.
Support for Altaro VM Backup as a backup check. The product has been renamed from Altaro Hyper-V Backup as it now supports VMWare. This is causing the backup check to report "TEST FAILED: No record of backup status found"
As it stands now, we have to enter in server information for every script check we wish to add to a ESXi server. It would be super convenient if there was some way to just add this info once.
It would be great if we could monitor ESX hosts with GFI Max: performance, disk space, uptime and so on.
Need to be able to monitor Acronis Backup for VMware