Installation & Setup

How to enable per VM backup in Veeam

Running per-VM backup in Veeam will allow you to use vScope to merge a detailed server documentation with information about your backup routines – Everything in one place. This is relevant in use cases such as billing, tracing privacy data and optimizing backup jobs. From Veeam Helpcenter To create per-VM backup files, you must enable […]

vScope’s communication with InfraSight Labs

vScope requires Internet connectivity to communicate with InfraSight Labs’ support systems License & Billing account: https://account.vscope.net/… (HTTPS, TCP 443) vScope software updates: https://dist.vscope.net  (Dynamic IP, CDN Amazon CloudFront) Service functions like Online support/Secure upload and license heartbeats: https://status.vscope.net/… (HTTPS, TCP 443) If you are using vScope’s default mail server for email settings you will also need to […]

How To Change SMI-S HTTP(S) Port

The SMI-S HTTP(S) port is by default 5989. It’s possible to change this by entering the advanced settings for the SMI-S credential. First Enter the Discovery Manager and choose the Credentials view. Find the SMI-S credential you wish to adjust and click it. Second You can choose what ports you wish to use under the […]

What is a Price list version?

Creating versions of Price lists allows you to schedule or create new price rules without affecting historical price information. Price list Versions can be created from within the Manage Price list view in vScope Billing A version of a Price list has a description and a starting date. Price list versions and Billing period Which […]

Uppsättning av Azure Resource Manager i vScope

För att vScope ska kunna inventera Azure Resource Manager behöver vScope läsrättigheter till prenumerationen du ska läsas ut.  I den här guiden kommer vi gå igenom hur du skapar en vScope-applikation/program i Azure, ge den läsrättigheter, och hur det läggs in i Discovery Manager i vScope. (Click here for english) Viktig information: För att vScope […]

How to Set up the Email Server

To receive the automated emails in vScope, such as reports and tracker cases, you need to set up your own email server. In this article we’ll describe how to do this. 1. Go to settings. 2. Go to email integration Simply fill in the SMTP Server and the Port and Sender adress of your choice. […]

Install vScope on Docker

Requirements Docker 2 CPU cores HDD 60 GB RAM Server 8 GB Quick start Execute: docker run -p 80:80 -d docker.vscope.net/vscope Aim your browser at http://localhost to access vScope web UI Persistent data (recommended) vScope is storing the model and settings under /data by default which is lost if container is removed. This path should […]

vScope Server Requirements

vScope is hosted on a virtual or physical server in your datacenter. Minimum requirements for the server are the following: Windows OS* 12 GB RAM (of which 8GB is dedicated to vScope) 2 CPU cores 60 GB HDD, preferably SSD Access to the resources that are going to be inventoried by vScope The server also […]

How to Add Docker in vScope

Adding Docker inventory to vScope let you browse configurations and settings of containers, images and Docker engines in the same way as with any other resource in vScope. The following guide is applicable for Linux distributions using systemd 1. Create a file at: /etc/systemd/system/docker.service.d/startup_options.conf with the below contents. In vScope the default docker port is […]

Read Accounts for Data Sources

Without read access to the data sources you wish to inventory, vScope won’t discover any information from them. That is why you need to define Credentials in Discovery Manager. You can either use an existing account or create a new specific read account for vScope. In it’s core, a vScope inventory can only pull information […]