OneIQ Pulse is designed to collect detailed inventory and performance data for core resources managed by Windows Hyper-V (Clusters, Hyper-V hosts, Virtual machines, CSVs). This article lists supported Microsoft Failover Cluster versions as well as data collection requirements.
Supported Microsoft Failover Cluster platforms
Microsoft Windows Server 2019
Microsoft Windows Server 2016
Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2 (requires Windows Management Framework 5.1)
Data Collection Requirements
Dedicated Windows Operating System that supports .NET Core 3.1.
Domain or local administrator account with permissions to configure WS-Management Trusted Hosts on the machine running OneIQ Pulse. As a best practice create a dedicated Domain Admins account to use exclusively for data collection. Use local administrator account for machines that are not joined to the domain.
All cluster node IPs must be added as WinRM trusted hosts (either automatically via the default OneIQ Pulse installation or manually as described in "How to add a computer to the trusted hosts list" article.
Access via PowerShell to Cluster Virtual IP and the Management IPs of all cluster nodes, or stand-alone hosts.
OneIQ Deputy Service. Ensure it is installed by downloading the latest OneIQ Pulse version from the OneIQ Portal. (if you already have a collection, running older OneIQ Pulse version, please contact OneIQ Support)