VMware VCenter Server Appliance (VCSA) Service Health Status Monitoring using its vCenter API

VMware VCenter Server Appliance (VCSA) Service Health Status Monitoring using its vCenter API

Description

VMware vCenter Server Appliance (VCSA) vCenter Services Health Status Monitoring via its own REST API

vSphere 6.7 required for using introduced new REST API’s

  • Important -
    to make it work to receive data of all VCSA vCenter Services,
    the user specied in the datasource program must have sufficient
    vSphere access rights. (e.g. role config - manager)

Please try to login to the VCSA API - Explorer via vSphere Agent,
select vcenter.services API and try to receive informations.

Select "Try it out" in the correct section.

When you receive a response with a Session - ID,
everything is fine.
If an error occoured, you have insufficient acces rights"


developed and tested on check_mk Appliance rack4 Mark II
check_mk version: CEE 1.5.0p12

Latest Version

Version: 1.0.3
Packaged at: 15 Jun 2019
Created on Checkmk version: 1.5.0p16
Minimum Checkmk version required: 1.5.0
MPK MD5 hash: 52d1650cad86007dcd0caccbd16bdba0
Check Manuals
  • vcsa_services
Agents
  • special/agent_vcsa_services
Check Plugins
  • agent_vcsa_services
  • vcsa_services
GUI Extensions
  • plugins/wato/vmware_vcsa_services_extension.py
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