icingaweb2-module-vsphere - VMware vSphere import source for the Icinga Director

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In case you want to have an automated import of your Virtual Machines and/or Physical Host from VMware Sphere (vCenter) into your Icinga monitoring system this module might be what you have been looking for. Please always make sure to fire your requests against your vCenter. Directly querying your ESXi hosts will work, but you should then expect to be way slower.

https://github.com/Icinga/icingaweb2-module-vsphere

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