VMware performance monitoring tools
VMware ESX Monitoring …quickly and automatically.
Virtualization allows the rapid provisioning of systems – LogicMonitor automates the monitoring of these systems, reducing your workload.
Monitoring VMware ESX server or vSphere with LogicMonitor’s hosted solution is easy: all you need to do is enter the Virtual Center or ESX server host name, and all information about your ESX infrastructure will be discovered. LogicMonitor automatically discovers and monitors all:
- virtual machines
- resource pools
- hardware health
By using the VMware native API to query ESX performance counters, LogicMonitor provides a wealth of performance data and intelligence, offering unmatched visibility into the VMware environment.
And because LogicMonitor can discover and monitor not only the VMware environment, but also the virtual machine’s operating systems, the applications running on the VMs (such as IIS, MySQL, Apache, etc), and the performance metrics of the storage arrays backing the datastores, LogicMonitor allows you to correlate performance issues and bottlenecks – no matter where in the infrastructure the root cause is.
Just a few of the critical VMware metrics we monitor:
VMware host metrics
Monitor VMware metrics for all your hosts – and see at a glance critical graphs of memory usage, swap rate, CPU load, disk latency and more. Predefined best practices alerts warn you of impending issues that can affect your virtual machines, and provide recommendations – without you having to be expert in VMware monitoring.
VMware virtual machine monitoring
Detect all your virtual machines, and monitor them all, automatically. Graph CPU load, network, memory usage, VMkernel swap rates, ballooning, and more. Detailed statistics and alerts let you track down VM performance issues, quickly and easily.
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The thing is my job isn't that hardby BeerWhore
After training I've been hitting my numbers like I've worked there for years. I don't have performance nor attitude issues at work.
Monitoring behavior at home would be an issue but I'm actually pretty chill to live with (so I've been told). I'm clean, I make nice food and share it, I'm actually pretty quiet.
There is the factor of my occasional wine/beer binge that I'd need to watch but that's not a bad thing.
Yeah, there are folks at work that would be assholes. And I'd worry that she'd try to "make an example" of me by making things harder on me just to show that I'm not influencing her
Sure. yeah, that's it.by peacewar
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MIAMI BEACH, Fla. - Better training of interviewers to get a proper sample of voters after they cast ballots will be key to improving the performance of exit polls, one pollster who handled the 2004 election surveys said Saturday.
Exit polls on Election Day 2004 overstated support for Democrat John Kerry overall and in many key states, which led to widespread confusion that day about the election eventually won by President Bush.
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Look beyond APM to unified performance monitoring — TechTarget
ORLANDO, Fla. -- The lack of interoperability among traditional performance monitoring tools means data centers must use -- and pay for -- multiple tools. But movement toward unified performance monitoring could change all that.
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