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How to Monitor VDI-in-a-Box Using eG Enterprise?
eG VDI-in-a-Box Monitor model monitors the VDI-in-a-Box in an agentless manner. For this purpose, you require a single eG agent to be deployed on a remote Windows/Linux host in your environment. This remote agent should be configured to:
To enable the eG agent to pullout metrics, a set of pre-requisites should be fulfilled. These requirements are discussed in the section below.
Pre-requisites for monitoring VDI-in-a-Box?
To enable the eG remote agent to pull out all these performance statistics, you first need to make sure that the following pre-requisites are in place:
For monitoring the vdimanager:
For ‘In-N-Out’ monitoring of the VMware vSphere server and its VMs:
Make sure that the pre-requisites detailed in Section 2.1 of the Monitoring VMware Infrastructures document are fulfilled.
For ‘In-N-Out’ monitoring of the Citrix XenServer and its VMs:
Make sure that the pre-requisites pertaining to ‘agentless’ monitoring of XenServers (detailed in Section 1.3.2 of the Monitoring XenServers document) are fulfilled.
For ‘In-N-Out’ monitoring of the Microsoft Hyper-V and its VMs:
Make sure that the pre-requisites pertaining to ‘agentless’ monitoring of the Hyper-V server (detailed in Section 1.3 of the Monitoring Microsoft Hyper-V document) are fulfilled.