Reports menu > Capacity and Performance > VM Performance Trending
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For a selected vCenter, SCVMM, Amazon EC2 or Azure Resource Manager VM, use the VM Performance Trending Report to:
•analyze the growth or decline of that VM's resource consumption in the past
•analyze the projected growth or decline of that VM's resource consumption in the future
See Viewing the Performance Details of VMs, Hosts and Clusters for details on the metrics included in the report.
To generate this report:
1.To make sure your report contains the latest performance data, update VM performance information.
|VM performance information is automatically updated each night.|
2.Click Reports > Capacity and Performance > VM Performance Trending.
In the Operational tree, navigate to the VM, right-click, and select Performance > Generate Performance Trending Report.
3.In the Report Generator pane or dialog, select the date range for the report by period or by date range. For more information about date ranges, see Using Date Filters for Reporting and Searching.
|Choose a date before the last purge date. Otherwise, the report may display incorrect values.|
4.Select one of the two available reporting methods from the Calculate using drop-down menu: Average values or Peak values.
5.If necessary, click next to the VM Location field to select a VM.
6.Select the report interval (Daily, Weekly or Monthly).
7.The Trend drop-down menu allows you to configure whether projected trends for resource consumption are displayed. If you select Yes, a Trend column is added to the Performance Trend table in the report.
In the Trend column, a positive number indicates an upward trend in resource consumption, a negative number indicates a downward trend, and a zero value means resource consumption is not projected to change.
|If Embotics® vCommander® was not able to obtain performance data every day (if the VM was stopped, for example), the Trend column is a best estimate of the future trend.|
9.If you generated the report by navigating to a VM and running the command Generate Performance Trending Report, go to Reports > Generated Reports, select the report in the list, and click View.
The following example shows the summary portion of the report for a vCenter VM.
VM Performance Trending Report for vCenter VM - Overview
The following images show an entire report for an Amazon EC2 VM.
VM Performance Trending Report for Amazon EC2 - Overview
VM Performance Trending Report for Amazon EC2 - CPU Usage
VM Performance Trending Report for Amazon EC2 - Network Usage
VM Performance Trending Report for Amazon EC2 - Disk Usage
VM Performance Trending Report for Amazon EC2 - Details