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VMware VCenter Server Appliance (VCSA) Service Health Status Monitoring using its vCenter API 1.0.3

PackageVMware_VCSA_Services_HealthStatus_API_Monitoring
Version1.0.3
AuthorThomas Sielaff / cmk_ts@alter-verwalter.de
Uploaded2019-06-15 02:01:02
DescriptionVMware vCenter Server Appliance (VCSA) vCenter Services Health Status Monitoring via its own REST API vSphere 6.7 required for using introduced new REST API’s - Important - to make it work to receive data of all VCSA vCenter Services, the user specied in the datasource program must have sufficient vSphere access rights. (e.g. role config - manager) Please try to login to the VCSA API - Explorer via vSphere Agent, select vcenter.services API and try to receive informations. Select "Try it out" in the correct section. When you receive a response with a Session - ID, everything is fine. If an error occoured, you have insufficient acces rights" developed and tested on check_mk Appliance rack4 Mark II check_mk version: CEE 1.5.0p12
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Minimal Version1.5.0
Packet with1.5.0p16
File size4.91kB
Content
  • checkman/vcsa_services
  • agents/special/agent_vcsa_services
  • checks/agent_vcsa_services
  • checks/vcsa_services
  • web/plugins/wato/vmware_vcsa_services_extension.py
Checksum (MD5)52d1650cad86007dcd0caccbd16bdba0
Downloads222
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