How the vSphere HealthCheck Works

The free vSphere Resilience HealthCheck provides important insights on the resilience of your VMware-based infrastructure and measures your virtual infrastructure’s quality and data risk levels. Using a predictive risk-detection engine, it verifies your VMware infrastructure stability and provides you with an instant health check of your environment.

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Run the free health check on your private cloud infrastructure and receive - within only one hour* - detailed findings affecting your virtual infrastructure resiliency. Findings include the automatic detection of misconfigurations and best-practice deviations that are putting your systems at risk.

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Easily detect and fix potential availability and data risks before they impact your business.
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Expand the Scope to All Infrastructure Layers

Proactively verify your entire infrastructure resilience and avoid critical service and data catastrophes using our cross-domain, vendor-agnostic predictive analytics technology that helps leading organizations stay on top of their IT operations and availability goals. Start now with vSphere or Contact Us to achieve operational excellence with immediate visibility into multi-layer configuration quality and operational stability.

Early detection of availability risks and single-points-of-failure
Automated, cross-layer configuration validation
Actionable alerts to the relevant teams

The Collection Utility

After signing up, download a small data collection utility and run it on any Windows machine. The utility will prompt you for the name or IP address of the vCenter servers, and the credentials of a vSphere user with read-only rights and access to the entire vSphere scope (we cannot access your credentials).

About the Collected Data

The utility uses the VMware VI API to perform a short series of “get” commands, querying information related to datacenters, datastores, ESX hosts and clusters, VMs, Networking and Extensions. If the SRM or Zerto extension is discovered, the utility will also read additional configuration information using the SRM SOAP API or the Zerto Rest API. The collected data is saved to a zipped XML file that can be reviewed before uploading to our secure cloud portal.

About the Collected Data

Submit the data directly from the utility or by logging in to the cloud portal. Your data is transferred over an encrypted tunnel to a write-only storage-space and then moved to a separate secure location. To ensure complete privacy, a dedicated compute instance is created to analyze your data. Once the analysis completes this instance is deleted.

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