Tag Archives: VM Analytics

VM Analytics Collector Now an OVA

Hear ye, hear ye! The VM Analytics Collector now comes in a new flavor! And OVA! Yay! I understand this is more of a “about time, why didn’t you have this in the first place?” kind of a thing, and fair enough, but here we are.

Now the current OVA is somewhat a shadow of what we expect it to be, a lot of the work that went into this was to build the ground work to use this for many other things. So certainly expect this to be developed and offered in more advanced and flexible ways. But for now, it is an OVA that is locked down that contains one thing: the collector.

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No, not that collector. The vCenter collector for our VM Analytics tool.

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Configuring Pure1 VM Analytics: Detailed Guide

In a previous post, I walked through setting up the “off-array” Pure1 VM Analytics Collector. I did skip over some steps that some might prefer I didnt. So here is a more detailed walkthrough of the process.

  1. Creating an Ubuntu VM
  2. Install Docker CE
  3. Create a collector in Pure1
  4. Install the collector

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Configuring Pure1 VM Analytics

If you are Pure Storage customer and you recently logged into Pure1 (which is our cloud-based management/analytics/support portal), you might have noticed a notification the first time you logged in this week:

What is this? Well this is the great thing about Pure1–we just add features all of the time and this is an exciting one. Two years or so ago I wrote this blog post:

Understanding VMware ESXi Queuing and the FlashArray Continue reading Configuring Pure1 VM Analytics