Veritas NetBackup™ OpsCenter Reporting Guide
- Reporting in OpsCenter
- About OpsCenter reports
- About managing reports in OpsCenter
- About managing My Reports
- About managing My Dashboard
- About managing reports folders in OpsCenter
- About managing report schedules in OpsCenter
- About managing time schedules in OpsCenter
- OpsCenter reports
- Report Templates in OpsCenter
- About Report Templates descriptions
- About Audit reports
- About Backup reports in OpsCenter
- Job Activity > Variance > Backup Duration Variance report
- Job Activity > Variance > Backup Job Size Variance report
- Job Browser > Tabular Backup Report
- Status & Success Rate > Status > Week At A Glance report
- Status & Success Rate > Status > Job Attempt Status Detail report
- About Catalog reports in OpsCenter
- About Chargeback reports in OpsCenter
- About Client reports in OpsCenter
- Risk Analysis > Client Coverage report
- Virtual Client Summary report
- Job Success by Client report
- BMR client configuration backup failures report
- About Cloud reports
- About Disk and Tape Device Activity reports in OpsCenter
- About Media reports in OpsCenter
- About Performance reports in OpsCenter
- About Policy reports in OpsCenter
- About Restore reports in OpsCenter
- About Storage Lifecycle Policy reports
- Limitations of SLP reports
- About Workload Analyzer reports in OpsCenter
- Custom reports in OpsCenter Analytics
- Creating a custom report in OpsCenter
- About Custom Report Wizard parameters
- Creating a custom report in OpsCenter
Report Templates in OpsCenter
OpsCenter provides a set of Report Templates or standard or canned reports that have parameters set to default values. You can modify the default parameters and generate reports to view the required data. OpsCenter reports help you to have a good visibility into your data protection environment.
Report Templates are categorized as follows:
The backup reports show the information that is related to backups, such as success rate, job status, and protected bytes.
This category also includes recovery reports.
If you selectin the OpsCenter user interface, the report that appears displays the wrong client name. Instead of showing the client names, a list of backed up VM images is displayed in this report. In addition, the list of VM images may not be accurate.
These reports provide details about the catalogs.
The chargeback reports provide details of the backup services expenditures.
Using these reports you can track the backup and the recovery usage and the associated cost. You can calculate the cost of data protection management and chargeback to customers and business units.
These reports provide details about clients such as backup status, restore job details, or summary dashboard.
These reports provide details about NetBackup cloud storage servers.
The following cloud providers are supported by OpsCenter:
Among all Amazon S3-compatible cloud providers that NetBackup supports, OpsCenter supports monitoring and reporting of Amazon (S3) and Amazon GovCloud (S3) providers only.
If you have configured cloud storage servers for AT&T or Rackspace providers and upgraded to 8.1.2, stale information is displayed in cloud reports for AT&T and Rackspace providers.
Disk & Tape Device Activity Reports
Disk-based data protection (DBDP) reports show disk pool capacity and its usage, performance of clients on LAN or SAN, NetBackup storage lifecycle Map
Hold reports are a part of NetBackup Search. The Hold report category is visible only if you have added a valid NetBackup Search license key in OpsCenter and when you log on as a Security Administrator.
These reports provide media data, such as tape count or usage.
These reports provide details of throughput.
These reports show all details about the backup job policies in NetBackup.
These reports provide details about restore operation.
Storage Lifecycle Policy
The SLP reports in OpsCenter show an end-to-end view of the SLP process that includes backup to import of duplicated image into different NetBackup domains. The SLP reports help you to verify if each step in the SLP is executed and identify the possible bottlenecks.
The Workload Analyzer report gives information about the activities that are done across a period of seven days. The activities are number of jobs running at a given period of time and the amount of data that is transferred during this period. The report contains 168 data points of analysis in terms of the activities that are done for each hour for a period of seven days.