This report includes tiles and information table.
Total VMs: The total number of virtual machines that were configured at CommCell level.
VMs Backed-up: The number of virtual machines that met SLA in the given time range.
VMs Not Backed-up: The number of virtual machines that missed SLA in the given time range.
Never Backed-up VMs: The number of virtual machines that were never backed-up.
Excluded VMs: The number of virtual machines that were excluded from SLA.
VMs without successful snapshot: The number of virtual machines without the snapshot.
This table displays each user and user group, their associated entities, their assigned roles, and related permissions. If you select Show Never Backed-up VMs from the filter Options, the VMs that were never backed up with unprotected count is displayed.
Name of hypervisor.
Number of virtual machines associated with the selected hypervisor.
Number of VMs backed up.
VMs Not Backed-Up
Number of VMs not backed up.
Configured access node
Access node that is configured on the VM group or at the hypervisor
The name of the vendor.
Last Failed Job ID
The ID of the backup job that failed.
Last Failed Job Time
The time that the backup failed.
This table displays the details of the virtual machines configured on the Metallic environment for the selected Company.
The following are the filters under Options that can be applied to this table:
Show all VMs: Display the Virtual Machine table.
Show unprotected VMs: Display the VMs not backed up table.
Show Never Backed-up VMs: Display the Never backed-up VM table.
Name of the VM.
Name of the hypervisor.
Type of the hypervisor (for example, VMware, Hyper-V, Azure, etc.).
Name of the VM group.
Last Backup Time
Date and time that the last backup should have occurred.
Guest Size (GB)
Size of the VM.
Reason why VM was not backed up (for example, No Schedule, No job within SLA Period, Backup job failed, etc.).
If the Reason (see above) was Backup job failed, the reason for the failure.
Last Successful Snap Copied Job ID
The job ID for the last successful snap backup copy.
Last Successful Snap Copied Job Time
Number of days since the last successful snap backup copy.
Indicates the SLA category, such as No job in the selected time period, No Schedule, or Failed.
The number of SLA days configured for the VM.
VM tool status
The status of the virtual machine tool like VMWare.
The name of the CommCell.
The name of the company.
Backup Copy Failure Reason
The reason for failure of the backup copy.
The name of the backupset.
Last VM Admin Job ID
The admin job ID of the virtual machine.
Last VM Job ID
The job ID of the virtual machine.
Last Backup Copy Job ID
The job ID of the backup copy.
Last Used Access Node
The name of the access node used for the VM.
Snap Jobs Pending to be backup copied
The number of snap jobs that are pending for backup copy.