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Veeam at it again: Veeam reporter for VI3 unleashed!


Ratmir's team has been awfully busy. I'll be needing those tools for my project, Ratmir!




Official Press release here:

Press Release

VEEAM™ SOFTWARE ANNOUNCES THE RELEASE OF VEEAM REPORTER for VMware Infrastructure 3

New Veeam Reporter, an essential tool for VMware Infrastructure reporting, facilitates High Availability (HA) & VMotion planning.

Saint-Petersburg, Russia, March 7, 2007 – Veeam™ Software, a provider of best-of-breed virtualization management solutions, today announced the release of Veeam Reporter for VMware Infrastructure 3.

Veeam Reporter is a reporting tool to discover, document and create a visual (Microsoft Visio) diagram of a VMware Infrastructure environment. Designed for professional use by ESX administrators, system integrators and datacenter managers, Veeam Reporter integrates with and extends the functionality of VMware VirtualCenter and ESX Server. The tool collects information about VMware Infrastructure 3 (VI3) environment, its components and configuration settings, and provides a comprehensive visual report for analysis and documentation.

Key Functions of Veeam Reporter:

  • Discover it. Veeam Reporter discovers essential components of VMware Infrastructure, their properties and relationships. Veeam Reporter works both with VirtualCenter and ESX Server.
  • Document it. Veeam Reporter saves the collected data for printing as well as change management tracking.
  • Visio it. Veeam Reporter is a professional tool for ESX administrators, system integrators and datacenter managers. It builds a detailed visual diagram based on the collected data and presents it as a Visio report.

Check out the rest at Veeam Reporter's page.

Good going guys. This way you guys are gradually moving from your SMB terrain to the enterprise. I like this gradual transition. Kind of like what VMware did. Ratmir is no newcomer to such entrepreneurial practices. He's Sold his last company to Quest Software for over $ 100M.

I'll do a detailed review soon!

PS: I did interview Ratmir last year.

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