Virtual Infrastructure based on common hypervisors such as ESX, Xen or Hyper-V provides flexibility to the infrastructure deployment and provides increased reliability against hardware failures. Redkite Monitoring of virtual machines and related infrastructure gives information around resource usage such as memory, processor and storage. Virtual infrastructure monitoring detects system and application failures and allows you to respond to those failures immediately, thereby increasing reliability and availability of these systems and application services.
Benefits of Virtual Infrastructure Monitoring :
- Resource Utilization Reports
- Performance Analysis
- Capacity Planning
Virtual Infrastructure Monitoring Solution :
Redkite provides Virtual Infrastructure monitoring solutions for ESX, Xen and Hyper-V based virtual machines. Virtual Infrastructure monitoring from Redkite is available as on-premise monitoring implementation as well as in the form of Monitoring as a Service (MaaS) offering.
VMWare and ESX Monitoring :
Redkite can monitor all VMWare based systems such as VMWare workstations, vSphere, vCentre servers and ESX hosts. Monitoring the VMWare infrastructure provides performance reports and analytics around resource usage. You can also get information around VM status, data storage statistics and I/O throughput and performance.
Xen Hypervisor Monitoring :
Redkite can monitor Xen hypervisor based Virtual Infrastructure deployments. Xen hypervisor monitoring provides information around hypervisor status, resource utilization, storage utilization and data throughput performance. Any application running on Xen hypervisor can be monitored just like an application running on a physical server.
Hyper-V Monitoring :
Redkite can monitor Microsoft Hyper-V hypervisor based Virtual Infrastructure deployments. Hyper-V monitoring provides information around hypervisor status, resource utilization, storage utilization and data throughput performance. Any application running on Hyper-V can be monitored just like an application running on a physical server.