Are there any general "Architecture" diagrams for VMTurbo? We generally have to create architecture documentation for all infrastructure. A simple High-level diagram on How VMTurbo virtual appliance connects/interacts (user; Hosts; VM's etc)
Jean, I don't have anything immediately available (maybe somebody else does). The architecture diagram should be pretty simple. It's just VMTurbo in the middle pointing to your management consoles.
User Browser <-80/443-> VMTurbo <-443-> vCenter
I think it would be good VMTurbo team could provide more details , or even a table of support connections.There are a number of connection types, each would be using specific ports/protocols.
Others external connection would be to AD or mail relay Servers.
This is from the add target (out-going connections or support protocols)
Hypervisor: > vCenter; RHEV-M; Hyper-V; XenServer;Cloud Managerment: > vCloudDirector; CloudStack; OpenStack; VMM; AWS; AzureLoadBalancer: > NetSCaller; F5Storage: > (SMI-S)Fabric: >Operations Manager Appliance: >Application Server: > ?
User > Web Console (http/https)
User > Console (ssh)
Hyper-V = WMI (port?)Active Directory Authentication =
Actually, the online docs (and the PDF version as well) might include this information for you. In the following URLs, please be sure to substitute your own OpsMan IP for the MyIP_Address token:
This gives a high-level list of supported targets
In the ADMIN section of the doc you can get details for each target type, similar to this one for OpenStack:
This isn't all in a single place... The overall list is in one place, and the specific details for each target are in another. Please note that for some targets the details include links to Knowledge Base articles... Each target type has its own special needs. Please let me know if this satisfies your requirement... I'd certainly like to improve the documentation if I can. (Yes, I'm the technical writer...)
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