The SpectroSERVER is installed and running on a Virtual Machine (VM) in a VM environment.
The ESXi that hosts the SpectroSERVER VM is managed by the VCAIM through the SystemEDGE Agent.
The SystemEDGE Agent with the VCAIM is discovered and modeled in Spectrum in the SpectroSERVER landscape that is managed as a VM by the SystemEDGE Agent with the VCAIM.
This creates, through the VHM functionality, a VM based model of the SpectroSERVER VM within the same SpectroSERVER.
The VM can be SNMP managed through the VHM discovery functionality or as a basic 'Pingable' VM model.
This creates a currently unsupported solution and architecture in Spectrum. The cause for that is that the SpectroSERVER is not currently coded to support what is effectively a duplicate model of the VNM (Virtual Network Manager aka SpectroSERVER) model. The VNM model is the default model present in Spectrum that is used to configure and manage the SpectroSERVER.
The end result of this kind of configuration will cause the duplicate models to conflict with each other and throw unnecessary alarms among other problems such as model evaluation loops that have also been seen to crash the Spectrum eHealth integration processing built into the Spectrum tomcat web server service/process.