Claims to track CPU, memory and storage usage, and configuration changes
Hyper9 has released its virtual environment optimisation offering, which it claims to provide better data, faster diagnosis and remediation associated with the virtualisation of high performance applications.
The company claims that its virtual environment optimisation suite consumes unstructured data and renders it up to the business in a structured way, improving visibility, collaboration, control and reporting around virtualisation management issues.
According to Hyper9, the new offering includes business-level reporting, delivering summary inventory and configuration data filtered by any resource and business-level reporting custom-filtered by unit, department, user and application. It tracks resource CPU, memory and storage usage, and configuration changes over time across departments, owners and applications.
In addition, the new offering includes perform analyser that performs capacity planning functions to understand when resources will run out by cluster, host and datastore; troubleshoot performance issues from a virtual infrastructure or application perspective; data centre analyser to understand the breakdown of VM and host configuration across the data centre and sort information by labels.
The company claims that the offering supports historical performance and configuration tracking, comparison, analysis and trending to manage configuration drift.
Bill Kennedy, CEO of Hyper9, said: “Enterprises are taking a more application-centric view of the data centre, driving more business-level requirements into virtualisation management data.
“With this latest release, we’re bridging the gap between element management and business performance combining analytics about how your environment is performing with the ability to report and act on key business priorities. Any time you can abstract the complexity out of the virtual environment, that’s a good thing.”