Monitor your VMware systems with a few clicks
Once you have entered your login information, ServicePilot automatically begins to discover, map and monitor all virtual machines in the physical servers and Data Centers. It becomes very easy to manage and optimize physical and virtual environments in production with the ServicePilot monitoring software. From a single dashboard, you get end-to-end visibility across your entire VMware virtualization.
Monitor the worst performing ESX and vSphere servers
From the VMware Virtualization Global Monitoring Dashboard, you can identify the lowest performing virtual machines at a glance. By accessing the individual dashboard specific to each underlying server, you can easily see which resource or system component consumes the most, whether in terms of CPU, physical memory, virtual memory, etc. The automatic tops processes and the calendar help to quickly understand the cause of peaks on the indicators.
Monitor and detect the most loaded virtual machines
Identify problem virtual machines with Top-prioritized lists by CPU, memory, I/O disk, I/O network, etc. to quickly monitor what most affects server performance and your application system. You can track the performance of your hypervisor, virtual machines, physical hosts and the impact of changes in different advanced configurations.
We had virtualized parts of the server pool, and we wanted to set up effective server/application monitoring. This helps us optimize the infrastructure.
ServicePilot VMware Server Monitoring
VM Automatic discovery
Maps and monitoring of all the virtual machines by physical server and Data Center
Easy monitoring and analysis
Summary of all VMs in a dashboard, presentation by prioritized key metrics and alerts for instant monitoring
Logical resource visibility
Quick access to indicators for physical server, virtual machines and OSs in just a few clicks
Quick check of the resources used for a better identification of the virtual servers available