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Veeam releases Reporter 2.0 tool for VI3!

Our friends @Veeam are going strong!

Veeam™ Software, a new provider of best-of-breed systems management solutions for virtual machines (VMs), today announced the release of a new major version of Veeam Reporter 2.0 for VMware Infrastructure 3 (VI3)

Veeam Reporter 2.0 collects information about VI3 environment, its components and configuration settings, and provides comprehensive reports for analysis and documentation. Designed for professional use by ESX administrators, system integrators and datacenter managers, the tool is fully integrated with VMware VirtualCenter and ESX Server.


Discovering in Minutes

A manual process of collecting information about VI3 environment can take hours and is prone to human errors. With Veeam Reporter the discovery of entire infrastructure usually takes from one to five minutes. Tremendous time saving allows IT administrators and datacenter managers to be more productive.

Analyzing in Visio

Veeam Reporter 2.0 offers users the bird's eye view of the entire VMware Infrastructure from Networking, Storage, Vmotion (NEW) and Configuration (IMPROVED) points of view. Professional Visio reports are essential for ESX administrators and datacenter managers in understanding of the current environment as well as planning for the future

Documenting in Excel, Word and PDF (NEW)

Veeam Reporter 2.0 collects every detail of ESX or VirtualCenter configuration and saves the information in different file formats. Visio is a great tool for visualizing and analyzing the virtual infrastructure. Excel spreadsheets are good for building an inventory and allow for quick searching of a particular detail, for example finding an IP address for a VM. The Word's ability to compare documents is great for tracking changes. PDF is a portable format that can be distributed and used in heterogeneous environments as well as use for information archival purposes.

In addition, Veeam Software announces today the new Veeam Consultant License Program which is designed for Veeam channel and consulting partners. The Consultant License is a low cost, time limited license restricted to a single customer engagement. Veeam partners can take advantage of Veeam products at greatly reduced prices. To learn more visit:

“Since its first release a few months ago Veeam Reporter has become a very popular tool among ESX administrators and consultants“, said Ratmir Timashev, Veeam Software president and CEO. “The new version is built on customer feedback, and brings the product to the next level with new functionality and scalability.”

Veeam Reporter 2.0 is available immediately. To learn more about Veeam Reporter, please visit:

“VMware Infrastructure 3 and ESX Server are being widely adopted by enterprise customers as they offer the new level of systems utilization and availability,” - said Ratmir Timashev, president and CEO, Veeam Software. “New Veeam Reporter is an essential tool for developing a High Availability (HA) & VMotion strategy in an enterprise environment.”

To learn more about Veeam Reporter, please visit:

The pricing starts at $120 per CPU including the first year maintenance plan. Additional annual support is available at $20 per year per CPU. Volume discounts are available.

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