The Protected Virtual Instances view of the License Summary Report displays usage details for the Protected Virtual Instances license, including each backup job, the size of the backed-up data, and any jobs excluded from capacity because they are covered by the Protected Virtual Instances license.
The Protected Virtual Instances license covers client computers and/or VMs that are configured with the Virtual Server Agent (VSA) for all supported hypervisor types and Kubernetes applications.
For detailed information about how the software calculates usage of the Protected Virtual Instances license, see Usage Calculation for the Protected Virtual Instances License.
Where to Access the Report
To view this report, in the License Summary Report, in the Virtualization Licenses table under License, click Protected Virtual Instances.
Protected Virtual Instances
This table displays each backup job, the client where it ran, and the amount of data that was backed up.
The ID that is assigned to the virtual instance.
The virtual instance where the backup job ran.
The ID for the backup job.
The size of stateful Kubernetes applications.
If the Kubernetes application is stateless, the size appears as 0 because stateless applications do not have persistent volumes attached.
An indication of whether the Kubernetes application is Stateful or Stateless:
The ID that is assigned to the organization.
The organization that owns the virtual instance.
The plan that is associated with the virtual instance.
Usages excluded from capacity because of Protected Virtual Instances license
The Usages excluded from capacity because of Protected Virtual Instance license table displays the size of jobs that run for license types, other than the capacity license, on the host computers. If there are no other license types purchased, this table appears blank.
The ID of the client computer.
The client computer.
The ID for the job.
The type of job that ran, such as Backup.
The ID of the license.
The type of license.
The ID of the agent type.
The type of agent.
The ID of the instance.
Backup Set ID
The ID of the backup set.
The backup set that is associated with the subclient.
The ID of the subclient.
The subclient that was backed up.
Storage Policy ID
The ID of the storage policy.
The storage policy that is associated with the subclient.
The amount of data that was backed up.
The ID of the organization.
The organization that owns the client computer.
The plan that is associated with the subclient and the storage policy.