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Quest's Foglight can monitor and manage VMware as well!


Well the most intelligent and intuitive of the management tools is bound to win evntually. And trust me there are enough folks who have been making a living out of it for quite sometime now. Quest happens to be one of them.

Along with providing customers increased insight into virtual infrastructures, Foglight delivers a set of capabilities that enable organizations to:

· Contain alarm storms created by the virtual machines and physical servers

· Track virtual machines from one physical server to another

· Show the impact that multiple virtual machines, which share physical resources, have on one another as virtualization policies change

· Receive root-cause diagnostics and expert advice

· Monitor VMotion events that dynamically move virtual machines

· Customize views for IT operations, the data center team and management

Ongoing demonstrations of Foglight will take place at the Quest booth, #201, at Gartner Symposium/ITxpo®, April 6 –10. Additionally, virtualization industry expert Scott Herold will present the challenges of monitoring a virtual environment and how Foglight helps address these challenges as part of Quest’s 45-minute virtualization session on April 8.


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and download the datasheet here and register here for a webcast.

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