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Azure Backup Reporting

Posted by Brajesh Panda on August 10, 2016

In the absence of any good reporting mechanism for Azure Backup Agents, I have created this one for my work. We just start backing up some branch file servers to Azure and that number will go up. So for now it is okay, will see what improvements I can do to this. If you have an idea please suggest or implement and send me a copy šŸ˜‰

Download from here.

# Base Script
# Added Recovery Points
# Convert UTC times to server's local time

# Add all of your servers computer accouts to a group called Azure_Backup_reporting
$AzureBackupAgents = Get-ADGroupMember Azure_Backup_Reporting | select Name

$Consolidated = @()

foreach($Node in $AzureBackupAgents)
{
 $Agent = $Node.Name
 $AGent
 # Select last 10 Azure Backup Jobs from the remote server
 $AgentReports = Invoke-Command -ComputerName $Agent -ScriptBlock `
 {
 # Find time (ticks) offset between Local and UTC. 
 $Date = Get-Date;
 $UTC = $Date.ToUniversalTime();
 $OffSet = $Date ā€“ $UTC;
 # Find last 10 job details
 Get-OBJob -Previous 10 | select Jobtype, `
 @{Name="StartTime"; Expression ={($_.JobStatus.StartTime).AddTicks($OffSet.Ticks)}}, `
 @{Name="EndTime"; Expression ={($_.JobStatus.EndTime).AddTicks($OffSet.Ticks)}}, `
 @{Name="JobState"; Expression ={$_.JobStatus.JobState}}, `
 @{Name="BackupSizeInGB"; Expression ={($_.JobStatus.DatasourceStatus.ByteProgress.Progress / 1GB).ToString('#.##')}}, `
 @{Name="TotalSizeInGB"; Expression ={($_.JobStatus.DatasourceStatus.ByteProgress.Total / 1GB).ToString('#.##')}}, `
 @{Name="FailedFileLog"; Expression ={$_.JobStatus.FailedFileLog}}
 }
 
 # Filter & Select last 24 hours logs 
 $Day = (Get-Date).AddHours(-24)
 $Filtered = $AgentReports | where{$_.StartTime -gt $Day} | Sort StartTime -Descending | Select @{Name="AgentName"; Expression ={$_.PSComputerName}}, JobType, StartTime, Endtime, JobState, BackupSizeInGB, TotalSizeInGB, FailedFileLog
 ($Filtered | Measure-Object).Count
 $Consolidated += $Filtered
}
$Node = $null

# Recovery Point Details
$Consolidated | Add-Member -MemberType NoteProperty TotalRPs ''
$Consolidated | Add-Member -MemberType NoteProperty OldestRP ''
$Consolidated | Add-Member -MemberType NoteProperty LatestRP ''

foreach($Node in $Consolidated)
{
 $RecoveryPoints = Invoke-Command -ComputerName $Node.AgentName -ScriptBlock `
 {
 Get-OBAllRecoveryPoints | Sort-Object backuptime
 }
 $Node.TotalRPs = ($RecoveryPoints | Measure-Object).Count
 $Node.OldestRP = $RecoveryPoints[0].BackupTime
 $Node.LatestRP = $RecoveryPoints[-1].BackupTime
}

 # HTML Formating; Styles to be placed in the header
 $a = "<style>"
 $a = $a + "BODY{font-family: Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;font-size:10;font-color: #000000}"
 $a = $a + "TABLE{border-width: 1px;border-style: solid;border-color: black;border-collapse: collapse;}"
 $a = $a + "TH{border-width: 1px;padding: 0px;border-style: solid;border-color: black;background-color: #E8E8E8}"
 $a = $a + "TD{border-width: 1px;padding: 0px;border-style: solid;border-color: black}"
 $a = $a + "</style>"

 # Mail Alert
 $MailSubject = "Consolidated Azure Backup Report for Last 24hrs"
 $MailBody = $Consolidated | Select AgentName,JobType,StartTime,EndTime,JobState,BackupSizeInGB,TotalSizeInGB,TotalRPs,OldestRP,LatestRP,FailedFileLog | ConvertTo-Html -Head $a

 # Mailout the Report
 $smtpServer = "smtp.server.name"
 $msg = new-object Net.Mail.MailMessage
 $smtp = new-object Net.Mail.SmtpClient($smtpServer)

 $msg.From = "AzureBackupAdmin@abc.com"
 $msg.To.Add("Admin@abc.com")
 $msg.Subject = $MailSubject
 $msg.Body = $MailBody
 $msg.IsBodyHTML=1
 $smtp.Send($msg)

Email Output looks like below;

azuer backup

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4 Responses to “Azure Backup Reporting”

  1. lumiar01 said

    Hi BP, this script is exactly what I need but the coding in no showing up correctly with (&quot;) showing up all over the script.

    Could you please upload a good version?

    Thanks so much.

    M

  2. lumiar01 said

    ah…
    So I ran the script, yes runs fine but the following lines produce no data on the report:
    @{Name=”BackupSizeInGB”; Expression ={($_.JobStatus.DatasourceStatus.ByteProgress.Progress / 1GB).ToString(‘#.##’)}}, `
    @{Name=”TotalSizeInGB”; Expression ={($_.JobStatus.DatasourceStatus.ByteProgress.Total / 1GB).ToString(‘#.##’)}}, `
    @{Name=”FailedFileLog”; Expression ={$_.JobStatus.FailedFileLog}}

    EMAIL:
    AgentName JobType StartTime EndTime JobState BackupSizeInGB TotalSizeInGB TotalRPs OldestRP LatestRP FailedFileLog
    FS01 Backup 2/23/2017 6:00:12 PM 2/23/2017 8:50:08 PM Completed 9 11/26/2016 8:00:09 PM 2/23/2017 6:00:12 PM

    Please advice?
    M

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