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eSight V300R009C00 Operation Guide 10

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eSight provides virtual resource management functions and integrates entries for information query, maintenance, and operation of a single NE into one page, which facilitates monitoring and maintenance of a single NE.

Virtual Resource Access

The Virtual Resource Access function accesses and monitors virtual computing infrastructure such as the FusionSphere OpenStack, Redhat OpenStack, VMware ESX/ESXi Server, VMware vCenter Server, and FusionCompute.

Virtual Resource Monitoring

  • Performance monitoring

    O&M personnel can monitor the CPU/memory usage of hosts and VMs and set global thresholds on the home page, facilitating flexible monitoring of virtual resources.

  • Alarm monitoring

    Alarm monitoring and alarm synchronization are supported.

  • Key monitored objects

    For vCenter Server and FusionCompute, O&M personnel can specify VMs of VIP tenants as key monitored objects and view the following performance indicators on the home page or a large screen: VM status, CPU/memory/disk usage, network adapter incoming/outgoing traffic rate, and disk read/write rate and latency.

    Figure 11-1 Key monitored objects
  • Top N monitoring

    O&M personnel can monitor the top N VMs, hosts, and clusters with the highest CPU usage, memory usage, and disk usage on the home page.

    Figure 11-2 Top N monitoring
  • Region monitoring

    For the vCenter Server and FusionCompute, the region monitoring function centrally monitors the healthiness of data center virtual resources and corresponding public ports. Users can understand the overall healthiness information of the data center on the region monitoring page, and drill down by layer to locate the specific faulty VM. In addition, users can drag the time scroll bar to view historical running information of the data center.

    Figure 11-3 Region monitoring
  • VM component topology

    For the FusionSphere OpenStack and FusionCompute, O&M personnel can view virtual components such as cloud disks and ports of VMs, and view the mapping between virtual components and physical resources in the component topology.

    Figure 11-4 VM component topology
  • VM physical topology

    For the FusionSphere OpenStack and FusionCompute, O&M personnel can view the network topology from the physical device where the VM is located to the external routers from the VM perspective.

    Figure 11-5 VM physical topology

Virtual Resource Configuration and Synchronization

  • Configuring the global threshold and performance alarm threshold

    Users can configure the alarm threshold and monitoring thresholds of KPIs such as the CPU usage and memory usage to flexibly monitor virtual resources.

  • Synchronizing virtual resources

    When the status of virtual resources managed by eSight changes, you can manually synchronize the changes or configure a synchronization policy to synchronize the changes at a scheduled time, ensuring that the virtual infrastructure information is updated in time.

Global Search

O&M personnel can search for VMs by name, IP address, and ID, click a VM in the search result to open the NE Manager, and add a VM as a key monitored object.

Updated: 2019-09-07

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