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FREE MonitorIT Server
The MonitorIT Server is the central monitoring and management interface for your IT infrastructure. Custom or out‐of‐the-box reporting and dashboards give you visibility into virtual machine performance and alert you when faults take place in your environment. The MonitorIT reports and dashboards display CPU, Memory, Disk, application awareness and more. Complementary out-of-the-box reports provide a quick way to evaluate the health, up-time, availability, and capacity of your environment to ensure SLAs are being met. Plug the MonitorIT dashboard into your VMware vCenter and XenCenter consoles for a unified monitoring dashboard to gain comprehensive virtual monitoring.
You can also monitor your VMware vSphere and Citrix XenServer virtual machines without agents using hypervisor integration. Learn More
Virtual Machine Monitoring with the Intelligent Agent
The MonitorIT agent’s lightweight design provides the flexibility of deploying to physical OR virtual servers, giving you complete, deep visibility into your environment. At 1mb in size, it not only provides CPU, memory, and disk statistics, but is also very quick and easy to deploy and has a low impact on VM resource utilization. While the MonitorIT hypervisor plug-in provides information about how VM resources have been provisioned and are currently performing, it lacks the application awareness that the agent can provide. This enables administrators to eliminate blind spots and false positives, which can help identify failure conditions taking place at the application and guest operating system level.
Guest level monitoring provides the ability to break down each performance characteristic – CPU Queue Length, Disk Queue Length, Memory buffer, and more. At the application level MonitorIT also has the ability to break down the performance and failure of any hosted applications on the virtual machine such as Exchange mailbox store failure, process utilization, database level performance, event log conditions, and even in-house custom-built applications. Monitor any application to gain insight into the performance and availability of its processes and services, as well as configure alerts, reporting, and archive your log files such as Event Logs. In addition, you can set thresholds for your applications or virtual machines and take automated fix actions to prevent downtime.