A virtual machine object in BMC Discovery represents a discovered virtual machine, running either locally, or in a cloud. Virtual machines are set up automatically by the BMC Discovery process.
Before BMC Discovery 11.2, virtual machines were modeled as software instance nodes, and the indication that the SI represented a virtual machine was a
The following topics are covered in this section:
To view a virtual machine
- From the main menu, select Explore > Data.
- In the Hosts & Containers section, click Virtual Machines.
- Select a virtual machine from the list.
The details of the virtual machine that you selected are displayed in a new page, as displayed in the following screenshot.
The information fields for a typical virtual machine are described in the following table:
Name of this virtual machine.
Type of virtual machine, for example, Microsoft Azure VM.
Shows whether or not the VM is cloud hosted.
Vendor classification of cloud VM.
Link to the configipedia page.
|Instance Count||Number of VM instances.|
|Cloud Service||Cloud service on which this VM is running.|
|Public IP Address||Public IP address of this cloud VM.|
|Private IP Address||Private IP address of this cloud VM.|
|Contained Virtual Host||Virtual host provided by this VM.|
|VM Type||The VM technology on which this VM instance is based on.|
|VM Name||The name of this VM.|
|VM UUID||The UUID of this VM.|
|Load Balancer||Load balancing member for which this VM is implementing a service.|
|Administrative Collections||A collection which this VM is a part of.|
|Maintaining Pattern||The pattern that maintains this VM.|
|Instance Id||Instance Id of this VM.|