Halcyon | Solaris Virtualization Management

By: Halcyon  09-12-2011
Keywords: Performance Reporting

Solaris Virtualization Manager
Neuron simplifies and accelerates the lifecycle management of IT assets, and reduces the time, cost and effort to manage discovery, inventory, availability, health monitoring, and performance reporting within the virtual datacenter. This management solution intelligently discovers physical Solaris images, Containers, Zones and Oracle VMs for SPARC (LDoms), maps physical and virtual relationships within an ITIL-compliant CMDB, and tracks aggregated status, health, and performance telemetry such as CPU, memory, swap, network and ZFS. Use Neuron to speed the , to , and to manage . Easily visualize aggregated utilization and capacity, and plan effectively for consolidation and growth. Readily identify unmanaged change, and improve overall compliance. Neuron supports both open and proprietary protocols for the integration of Solaris assets, events, and performance data. It provides immediate value to any corporate UNIX virtualization management strategy, and is a ready extension to any existing enterprise management framework.

Keywords: Performance Reporting

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