Virtual Infrastructure Monitoring
IT Executives face the daunting task of monitoring virtual infrastructure and
identifying the sources of environmental issues.
SysTrack vScape leverages SysTrack's continuous feed of real-time end-user data to
specifically monitor virtual infrastructure and identify the sources of environmental issues.
SysTrack calculates an infrastructure health score to augment
the virtual machine health and real-time usage analysis, allowing you to quickly
discern which layer of the environment is the cause of current or potential issues.
You can use the tool's real-time application data to determine which applications,
based on concurrent resource demand and activity, are driving the issues resulting
in virtual machine performance limitations.
Real-Time Health Dashboard
SysTrack vScape’s real-time Health Dashboard provides an aggregate health overview for the
environment’s VMs and Hypervisors, as well as aggregate VM application data. vScape’s
Health Detail view provides more detailed health information, allowing users to drill
down into areas of concern.
Virtual Machine and Hypervisor Views
SysTrack vScape allows for partitioning health into a virtual machine view and an
infrastructure view. The host infrastructure performance is trended and given
a health score calculated by SysTrack to provide an infrastructure health view
to augment the guest health and usage analysis to quickly determine which layer
of the environment is the cause of potential problems.
This root cause differentiation makes use of the real-time health and application
information in SysTrack to find which applications may be driving issues that
result in virtual machine performance limitations based on concurrent resource demand
Integration with VMware Infrastructure
SysTrack vScape integrates into existing VMware infrastructure. All existing VMware
Virtual Machines can be monitored in real-time for health across multiple performance
metrics (CPU, Memory, Disk, Latency, etc.).
SysTrack vScape handles 5,000+ systems in a single display.
Environments with ample performance can handle up to 25,000 systems. Color-coded indicators
allow for extremely dense display of health conditions.
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