Veritas™ Appliance AutoSupport Reference Guide

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Product(s): Appliances (Version Not Specified)
Platform: Veritas 3340,Veritas 5340,Veritas 5150,Veritas 5350,Veritas 5330,Veritas 5250,Veritas 5240
  1. Product overview
    1.  
      Overview of AutoSupport
    2.  
      About Call Home
  2. Architecture
    1.  
      Introduction to AutoSupport architecture
    2. AutoSupport components
      1.  
        About the client agent
      2.  
        About the Veritas Appliance monitoring infrastructure
      3.  
        About the MyAppliance portal
      4.  
        About the NetInsights Console
      5.  
        Call Home data transmission
  3. Call Home security
    1.  
      Data security standards
    2.  
      How the Call Home data is transmitted
    3.  
      How the Call Home data is received and stored
    4.  
      How long the Call Home data is maintained
    5.  
      Data privacy
  4. Configuring client settings on NetBackup and Access appliances
    1.  
      Enabling and disabling Call Home from the appliance shell menu
    2.  
      Enabling and disabling Call Home from the NetBackup Appliance Web Console
    3.  
      Settings > Notifications > Alert Configuration
    4.  
      Configuring alert settings
  5. Configuring client settings on a Flex appliance
    1.  
      Viewing Call Home information
    2.  
      Configuring Call Home settings
    3.  
      Deleting and disabling Call Home settings
  6. Using the MyAppliance portal
    1.  
      Configuring the MyAppliance portal
    2.  
      Registering an appliance
    3.  
      Obtaining a copy of your Heartbeat packages
    4.  
      Unregistering an appliance
  7. NetBackup Product Improvement Program
    1.  
      About the NetBackup Product Improvement Program
    2.  
      How Veritas uses NetBackup Product Improvement Program data
    3.  
      How NetBackup Product Improvement Program data is transmitted
    4.  
      Data privacy
    5.  
      Enabling or disabling the NetBackup Product Improvement Program
    6.  
      NetBackup Product Improvement Program proxy configurations
  8. Appendix A. Frequently Asked Questions
    1.  
      Frequently asked questions

About the Veritas Appliance monitoring infrastructure

The Veritas Appliance monitoring infrastructure comprises two independent recipient servers: the receiver and the API endpoint.

Veritas utilizes managed infrastructure as a service (IaaS) facility located within the continental United States to host this infrastructure and is highly redundant.

Veritas Call Home Services (CHS) teams are located in three locations: the United States, Ireland, and Singapore to provide first-line global incident response and 24-hour monitoring.

Veritas Support includes Veritas Call Home Services, Veritas Enterprise Support Operations, and Veritas Field Services, all of which are globally staffed for "Follow-the-Sun" support.

When an appliance transmits event data to Veritas, it is sent to the Veritas Appliance Monitoring infrastructure servers. In the event of a heartbeat failure, the CHS team is alerted. The appliance also transmits a DataCollect package to the API endpoint, and an incident ticket is opened to track the status. A CHS engineer triages the incident and determines the course of action. The CHS engineer then escalates the issue to Support Operations or dispatches a hardware repair order to Veritas Field Services.