Veeam Backup and Replication Server
This SAM application monitor template assesses the overall health and performance of Veeam Backup and Replication Server.
WinRM and PowerShell 5.1 or later are installed and configured on target servers. For details, see Use PowerShell in SAM.
This template was designed for Veeam 6.x and 7.0. Click here to learn about templates created by members of the THWACK community for later versions.
Administrator rights on the target server.
Service: Veeam Backup Catalog Service
Returns the CPU and memory usage of the Veeam Backup Catalog Service that manages and replicates guest OS file system index data files.
Service: Veeam Backup Proxy Service
Returns the CPU and memory usage of the Veeam Backup Proxy Service. This service receives and sends virtual machines data over network.
Service: Veeam Backup Service
Returns the CPU and memory usage of the Veeam Backup Service. This service manages scheduled jobs and serves Enterprise Manager requests.
Service: Veeam Installer Service
Returns the CPU and memory usage of the Veeam Installer Service. This service enables installing, updating, and configuring additional Veeam Backup components.
Service: Veeam vPower NFS Service
Returns CPU and memory usage of the Veeam vPower NFS Service. This service implements vPower NFS server enabling you to run virtual machines directly from backup files.
Installer Service TCP Port
Tests the ability of a Veeam Installer service to accept incoming sessions. By default, it monitors TCP port 6160.
Transport Service TCP Port
Tests the ability of a Veeam Transport service to accept incoming sessions. By default, it monitors TCP port 6162.
Returns the number of failed jobs and the names of these jobs. The returned value should be zero at all times.
Returns the status of a specific Veeam job. The returned values are as follows:
Last Job Result
Returns the last job result status.
- 0 – Success.
- 1 – None.
- 2 – Failed.
- 3 – Other results.
Returns the number of incoming NS queries. This record is the authoritative name server for the domain.
- 0 – Stopped.
- 1 – Starting.
- 2 – Working.
- 3 – Stopping.
- 4 – Resuming.
- 5 – Pausing.
- 6 – Other job state.
Last Session Backup Size
Returns the size of the backup of the last session.
Last Session Compression Ratio
Returns the compression ratio of the last session.
Last Session Data Size
Returns the data size of the last session.
Last Session Deduplication Ratio
Returns the deduplication ratio of the last session, which is related to the elimination of excessive copies of data that can impact storage capacity.
In the Scripts Arguments field, provide the correct job name.