vROPS as you all are aware the complete monitoring solution from VMware which gives you the insight into your vSphere Infrastructure. vROPS supports the monitoring of Compute, Storage & Networking components in your datacenter. Using available Management Pack you can configure monitoring of your environment. In this post we will see on How to Monitor vSphere Replication in vROPS.
In order to monitor vSphere Replication in vROPS you must download & install vSphere Replication Management pack in vROPS. In our previous post we have already performed it. By having vSphere Replication Monitoring you can get complete insight into VM replications so that you can take decisions further.
If you haven’t installed vSphere Replication Appliance, Check below link:
In vROPS you can monitor many things about vSphere Replications, We tried to list below some of them which are useful for day to day operations.
- Replication by Status
- Virtual Machine by Status
- Replication by Direction
- Incoming Replication
- Outgoing Replication
- Transferred bytes
- RPO Violations Count
- Replication Utilization Trend
- VM Utilization Trend
- Top 10 VMs by RPO violation
- Sparkline Chart
- Alerts List
So Let’s see How to monitor vSphere Replications in vROPS:
vSphere Replications Summary:
Login to vRealize Operations Manager.
Go to Dashboard.
On the Left side you will see 3 Dashboard for vSphere Replication.
In vSphere Replication Summary it shows all the summary about VM Replications such as Incoming & Outgoing Replications, Transferred bytes, Replication status etc.
Replications Usage will show you the report of individual VM replications such as Last Sync duration, Last Sync Size etc.
If you have multiple VMs, You can select the VM for which you want to see the data.
RPO Violations Dashboard:
RPO Violations Dashboard will show the Top 10 VMs with RPO Violation.
You can select individual VM to see the report of RPO Violation which will give you further detailed insight into it.
If you want to generate the report of your VM Replications than it is also possible in vROPS.
You can go to Reports & you will see Replications Report.
This report contains all VMs the detailed information about Replication, RPO violation & more.
vROPS is very powerful tool which will help you to monitor, analyze & give detailed report of your vSphere infrastructure. Using vSphere Replication Management Pack you can easily monitor your VM replications so that if there is any issue or any improvements are required it can be done.
Checkout our posts on vSphere Replication:
If you are new to vROPS you can checkout our Step by Step Deep Dive for vROPS:
Note: In this post we have used vSphere Replication Appliance 8.5. If you are using different version few steps may differ.
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