Visualize and Monitor the Topology and Configuration of Your Entire Virtual Infrastructure
ScienceLogic’s server virtualization monitoring and management tool oversees your entire virtual landscape, including hypervisors, virtual machines, and all supporting infrastructure. Our solution assesses application performance in a virtual environment by measuring end-to-end response times. Using out-of-the-box management templates, auto-discovery and dynamic mapping of the hierarchical relationships between virtualized components give you total visibility in real time, from the hypervisor and guest OS to applications, hardware, clustering, network, security, and storage devices. Any changes in the relationship hierarchy, such as a vMotion event that moves a virtual machine from one server to another, are automatically detected and the map updated, so the version that you see is always current. Relationships between virtual and other infrastructure components, such as networks and storage, are also mapped.
The ScienceLogic solution supports the leading hypervisors, including Citrix XenServer, Microsoft HyperV, and VMware and its vCenter/ESXi. Our daily operations sample reporting and event management keep you aware of VM health, migration, interface utilization, and software compliance. ScienceLogic lets you create dynamic device groups to map components to services so you can see which components support a specific service, such as an application or user community. You can also apply management policies to the device groups that remain in place, even as devices are added to or removed from the group.
One management and monitoring solution supports heterogeneous virtual environments for all layers in the stack and multiple hypervisors, and consolidates multiple collection mechanisms for redundant visibility into overall and granular performance.
Key Benefits & Features
- Support for all leading hypervisors
- Reduction in Mean Time to Recovery by lessening layers’ impact on each other
- Virtual assets tracked and trended in motion from server to server
- Auto-discovery and visibility across the entire virtual landscape
- Automated event correlation to affected components and alarm suppression