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Veeam Monitor for VI3 beta

Features and Benefits

Comprehensive control - Veeam Monitor provides for single-screen detailed reporting and alerting of key usage and performance statistics, such as CPU, memory, disk, network, and swap usage for cluster, resource pool or virtual machine. Multiple administrators may access the data without affecting ESX and VirtualCenter performance or changing access policy.

VI3 independency - Veeam Monitor is integrated with VMware VirtualCenter to provide cluster-aware monitoring of your VM. For small datacenters or development labs running without VirtualCenter, Veeam Monitor can still provide useful monitoring, alerting and reporting for multiple ESX servers.

Historical reporting - Veeam Monitor collects and stores historical performance data for a period of up to one year. Using the HTML reporting functionality, you can generate graphical reports for any period of time. Reports include detailed graphs on CPU, memory, disk and network and swap usage swap usage for cluster, resource pool or virtual machine.

Go try it out.


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