Khan1121 Trusted Contributor.
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ESX/i Host Discover

Hello,

Need support for ESX/i servers Discovery process in UCMDB.

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Ricardo_G_UCMDB Trusted Contributor.
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Re: ESX/i Host Discover

Hello, 

Hope you are more than great. 

 

The ESX are supported by UCMDB 10.22 until 6.0 version of ESX. You can check the support matrix guide. 

Thank you,

Kind Regards.

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Trusted Contributor.. erika-chen Trusted Contributor..
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Re: ESX/i Host Discover

Hi,

 

To put it simply , the ESX/i servers Discovery process is like below :

  1. configure the credentials and permissions
  2. install VMware Infrastructure SDK to Probe
  3. run Host Connection by Shell/WMI jobs to discover host
  4. run Host Applications by Shell/WMI jobs to discover process
  5. run specific VIM/CIM jobs according to your credentials

 

For details you can check Chapter 16: VMware Infrastructure Discovery of Discovery and Integrations Content Guide – Discovery Modules .

 

Regards,

Erika

 

Honored Contributor.. Rey_L Honored Contributor..
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Re: ESX/i Host Discover

Running the VMware vCenter Topology by VIM discovery job on the virtual center is quicker to discover ESX/i hosts than running the specific ESX discovery jobs since VM admins may be apprehensive to give discovery access to the ESX/i hosts themselves versus http/https to the virtual center

Rey Lejano

effectualsystems.com
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