Grafana Dashboard for Veeam Backup for AWS

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Grafana Dashboard for Veeam Backup for AWS
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Just download the latest Veeam Backup for AWS script version from GitHub https://github.com/jorgedlcruz/veeam-backup-aws-grafana/raw/main/veeam_aws.sh and change the Configuration section within your details:

# Configurations
##
# Endpoint URL for InfluxDB
veeamInfluxDBURL="YOURINFLUXSERVER" ##Use https://fqdn or https://IP in case you use SSL
veeamInfluxDBPort="8086" #Default Port
veeamInfluxDB="YOURINFLUXDB" #Default Database
veeamInfluxDBUser="YOURINFLUXUSER" #User for Database
veeamInfluxDBPassword="YOURINFLUXPASS" #Password for Database

# Endpoint URL for login action
veeamUsername="YOURVEEAMBACKUPUSER"
veeamPassword="YOURVEEAMBACKUPPASS"
veeamBackupAWSServer="https://YOURVEEAMBACKUPFORAWSIP"
veeamBackupAWSPort="11005" #Default Port

Once the changes are done, make the script executable with chmod:

chmod +x veeam_aws.sh

The output of the command should be something like the next, without errors:

HTTP/1.1 204 No Content
Content-Type: application/json
Request-Id: 8f69ce88-444b-11eb-a3a2-0050569017a8
X-Influxdb-Build: OSS
X-Influxdb-Version: 1.8.3
X-Request-Id: 8f69ce88-444b-11eb-a3a2-0050569017a8
Date: Tue, 22 Dec 2020 11:48:08 GMT

If so, please now add this script to your crontab, like for example every 30 minutes:

*/30 * * * * /home/oper/veeam_aws.sh >> /var/log/veeamaws.log 2>&1

Then download or import this Dashboard to your Grafana, and you should see something similar to the next: alt tag