Streamdata.io API Gallery - VMWare (Report Issue)

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VMWare Get Agent Status on Upgrade

Need agent ID (token)

VMWare Get Adapter Types (Kinds)

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VMWare Get Adapter Instances

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VMWare Create a Python Adapter Instance

Be sure to check values in the JSON body for credentials. Also note you will need to start the adapter using "Star an adapter instance" after creation using the UUID from the response. If you aren't using a CA, the certificate will have to be ad...

VMWare Start an adapter instance

Replace the UUID with the ID of the adapter instance you want to start This can be retrieved using Get Adapter Instances

VMWare Get Alert Definition

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VMWare Get Alert

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VMWare Query Alerts

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VMWare Get Auth Sources

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VMWare Create Local User

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VMWare Get Report Definitions

Gets all - to get a single report ID, just add /

VMWare Get Generated Reports

You can check status of report runs this way. To get a specific generated report add /

VMWare Generate a report

You will need to update several items in the body such as: - ID of resource you wish to run this report on - ID of the report you wish to run - Traversal Spec for the report (you can get this from the API query "Get Report Definitions", the ...

VMWare Get OS Resource ID and Save

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VMWare Start Monitoring a Resource

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VMWare Add Child Resource to a Resource

This operation adds a child resource to a resource. API documentation states that POST is additive while PUT is destructive (i.e. overwites existing relationships). JSON body includes an array of child objects to add. The call does not prov...

VMWare Get Resources

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VMWare Get Properties of a Resource

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VMWare Get StatKeys for Resource and Load var

Grabs CPU statKeys for a VM resource using the {{resourceId}} env var. Populates two env vars: cpuStatKeys for GET stats for small requests (1 to ~10 VMs) cpuStatKeysJSON for POST stats for large requests (use in conjunction with {{resourceIds}}

VMWare Query Symptoms

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VMWare Get Users

May also include query such as id, roleName and username

VMWare Update EP Ops Agent

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VMWare Get Custom Groups

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VMWare Create Custom Group

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VMWare Download Report

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VMWare Get Resources by Query and Save to var

Test script will extract resource IDs from the response and load into the env as "resourceIds" You can then use this within the body of a request

VMWare Get Stats from Resource (Not query)

I have not tested but you may be able to use the "resourceIds" input paramter to specify multiple resources (of the same kind, obviously). The example here shows a daily avg for 30 days. Timestamps are milli from epoch.

VMWare Get TopN Stats

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