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Proactive VMware vSphere Performance Monitoring & Remediation Solutions

Eliminate Blind Spots & False Positives. Proactively Remediate Performance Issues.

Your ability to identify the root cause of VMware vSphere end user performance issues and proactively deploy remediation actions hinges on one key element—having complete visibility into all five layers of the virtual stack—Application, OS, VM, Host and Hardware.

Proactively Remediating Performance Issues Requires Full Application & OS Visibility 

While having visibility into all five layers of the virtual stack is key to remediating vSphere performance issues, getting visibility into the Application and OS layers is especially critical because without it you cannot proactively pinpoint why there is a performance issue.

With Goliath Performance Monitor for VMware, right out-of-the-box the software gives you full visibility into the Application and OS layers, which is something that vCOPs, vRealize Operations and other VMware monitoring solutions cannot do.

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How Goliath Performance Monitor Works to Proactively Remediate VMware Issues

With Goliath Performance Monitor for VMware, you simply plug into vCenter to proactively monitor VMware vSphere ESX and ESXi.

Right out-of-the-box, the technology has real-time alerts based on thresholds, events, and faults which proactively inform you aware of performance issues before end users are affected. An added benefit is that you can now eliminate blind spots and false-positives, all with one product. 

A vExpert’s Review of Goliath Performance Monitor for VMware

Recently, Bilal Hashmi, a vExpert (2011-2015) independently reviewed Goliath Performance Monitor for VMware. One of the comment’s Bilal made in his review is, “Goliath Performance Monitor’s metrics will help you keep your sanity”. You can read Bilal’s full review here.

  • Out-of-the-box plug-in to vCenter
  • One product for VMware vSphere ESX and ESXi Full Virtual Stack – Host, VM’s, Applications, OS, and Hardware
  • Comprehensive, proactive alerting on thresholds, events, and faults with simultaneous remediation sequences
  • Out of the Box Real Time Dashboards and Historical Reports
  • Daily Health Check Reports
  • Real Time Log Management
  • Advanced troubleshooting with application > user > server correlation
  • Simplify and Consolidate your IT operations
  • Add value by coexisting to pass its unique data up into Log management and other tools, or act as a collection point for data coming from multiple tools.

Simplify the monitoring of your VMware environment and gain complete end-to-end visibility into your entire physical and virtual infrastructure in a single view.

Physical Server:

  • Temperature
  • Hardware Failure
    • CPU
    • RAID
    • Mother Board
    • Fans

Storage

  • Utilization
  • Virtual Disk Size
  • Snapshots, Orphaned VMs, and Wasted Space
  • Provisioned, Consumed, and Free Space

Hypervisor / Host

  • CPU Utilization
  • Memory Utilization
  • Active, Granted, Overhead, Ballooned, Shared, and Swapped Memory
  • Storage Throughput, Latency, and IOPS
  • Network Throughput
  • Virtual Infrastructure Inventory

VM

  • VM Started, Off, or Paused Status
  • CPU Utilization and Ready
  • Memory Utilization
  • Active, Granted, Overhead, Ballooned, Shared, and Swapped Memory Storage
  • Disk Throughput, Latency, and IOPS
  • Network Throughput and Utilization

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OS

  • CPU Load
  • Memory & Swap Utilization
  • Network Latency & Bandwidth
  • Disk Utilization

Application

  • Processes & Services
  • Application Specific Error Conditions

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