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  • Latest Post - ‏2016-08-02T10:56:33Z by MohsinJaved
MuhammadAliAziz
MuhammadAliAziz
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Pinned topic QRadar VFlow supports Hyper-V

‏2015-04-21T10:54:08Z |

Does VFlow supports Hyper-V?

  • RajaJahanzeb
    RajaJahanzeb
    15 Posts

    Re: QRadar VFlow supports Hyper-V

    ‏2015-06-30T17:26:57Z  

    QRadar AIO 7.2.5 has been successfully tested on Hyper V with Windows Server 2012. If VFlow appliance follows the same installation architecture as AIO or other appliaances I'm sure this would also be install-able.  But to have the support you would have to check with IBM if they support it officially or not?

  • JonathanPechtaIBM
    JonathanPechtaIBM
    12 Posts

    Re: QRadar VFlow supports Hyper-V

    ‏2015-06-30T19:42:29Z  

    Installations on Hyper-V are not officially supported by QRadar on any appliance at this time. We know that some customers have successfully integrated QRadar on Hyper-V and it is working for them. However, support does not help troubleshoot Hyper-V issues until we officially support these installs per our documentation.

     

    Some other posts that outline tips and discuss Hyper-V in more detail:

     

    - Jonathan

  • MohsinJaved
    MohsinJaved
    2 Posts

    Re: QRadar VFlow supports Hyper-V

    ‏2016-08-02T10:56:33Z  

    Installations on Hyper-V are not officially supported by QRadar on any appliance at this time. We know that some customers have successfully integrated QRadar on Hyper-V and it is working for them. However, support does not help troubleshoot Hyper-V issues until we officially support these installs per our documentation.

     

    Some other posts that outline tips and discuss Hyper-V in more detail:

     

    - Jonathan

    Dear Jonathan,

    One of our client needs to monitor virtual flows of Microsoft Hyper V. The question is can we monitor virtual flows by Vflow collector of Microsoft Hyper V.

     

     

    Regards

    Mohsin Javed