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Getting Started

Learn how to create your Cloudamize account and gain access to the portal.

 

Getting started with vCenter:

  • Create read-only credentials to your access your vCenter and provide Cloudamize with vCenter IP address and login credentials to collect system level data on any VMs running on the vCenter.
  • Your vCenter has a public IP address:
    • Open TCP port 443 outbound to the Cloudamize vCenter data collector at IP address 184.72.252.123.
  • Your vCenter only has a private IP address:
    • Open TCP port 443 outbound to the Cloudamize vCenter proxy at IP address 184.73.183.154.
    • Install Cloudamize proxy either on vCenter or on any other internet facing virtual machine. Here are Cloudamize Proxy Setup Instructions. The Cloudamize proxy is unique for each vCenter, so for multiple vCenters you will need to install multiple proxies on unique machines.
  • Cloudamize can also collect application inter-connectivity data from the VMs by installing the Cloudamize Windows/Linux agent on the VMs which are to be monitored.

 

Getting started with Windows physical servers:

  • Open TCP port 443 outbound to the Cloudamize agent data collector at IP address 104.197.11.97.
  • Install the Cloudamize Windows agent via the GUI installer, Command Prompt, or any number of deployment tools like Chef, Puppet, SCCM, etc.
  • Follow the full guide to installing the Cloudamize Windows agent.

 

Getting started with Linux physical servers:

  • Open TCP port 443 outbound to the Cloudamize agent data collector at IP address 104.197.11.97.
  • Install the Cloudamize Linux agent via the terminal.
  • Follow the full guide to installing the Cloudamize Linux agent.

 

Getting started with Hyper-V:

  • Open TCP port 443 outbound to the Cloudamize agent data collector at IP address 104.197.11.97.
  • Cloudamize can collect system level data from all VMs running on a Hyper-V host machine by installing the Cloudamize Windows agent on the host machine.
  • Cloudamize can also collect application inter-connectivity data on Hyper-V VMs by installing the Windows/Linux agent on the VMs themselves.
  • Contact helpdesk@cloudamize.com if you would like to assess a Hyper-V host machine. Due to the way Hyper-V functions, we are not able to monitor the host machine and VMs running on it at the same time.

 

Getting started with other hypervisors:

  • Cloudamize can monitor other VMs for hypervisors such as KVM, XenServer, and Oracle VM Server by installing the Windows/Linux agent on each VM.
  • Click here for more information on Cloudamize's hypervisor support and functionality.

 

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