ManageEngine Application Manager License
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ManageEngine Application Manager License
Applications Manager is an application performance monitoring software. This licensed solution provides deep visibility into the performance and user experience of your business-critical applications and infrastructure components.
It helps network administrators to isolate and resolve performance issues across the entire application stack quickly with minimal overhead, before the customers are affected. Organizations of all sizes use the licensed ManageEngine Application Manager to improve and automate IT and DevOps processes, ensure optimal end-user experience, and deliver better business outcomes.
Windows Cluster Monitoring
Clustering is an increasingly widespread strategy due to its cost-effective ability to ensure improved system availability, scalability and reliability. With Applications Manager’s Windows cluster monitoring, IT administrators can monitor all their Windows Server Cluster components from a single, intuitive interface. Our cluster monitoring software can measure the performance of all individual nodes in a cluster, monitor cluster networks running business-critical applications, generate resource group health reports, and receive critical event notifications of the cluster.
- Identify the health and ensure the integrity of the failover cluster network.
- Monitor Windows cluster network traffic (byte and message statistics) between nodes.
- Calculate the number of TCP reconnections and track the number of messages in a cluster monitored queue.
Resource and storage groups
With this licensed solution you can monitor the status of your resource group and identify which ones are online and which have failed. Monitor failover in resource groups, Track the node hosting the clustered instance and the preferred node. Monitor Windows cluster memory usage with metrics such as used and free disk space.
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In-depth reporting and error handling
- Find the root cause of problems faster and minimize the risks associated with performance problems in your Windows cluster.
- Set up alerts and get instant notifications of performance issues and downtime via email and SMS.
- Find out how your server clusters perform over time and analyze potential trends.
Event management and resource statistics
- Track events on all cluster nodes and their origin.
- Discover your Windows clusters and map Windows event log variables (log type, log description, or severity) to Application Manager alerts.
- Receive notifications about resource outages, access violations, and deadlocks.
Track Resource Failover
- With this licensed software automatically discover cluster nodes, monitor applications in clustered environments.
- Monitor resource/resource group failover on nodes and its current status.
- Monitor Resource Control Manager tasks such as running RHS processes and RHS restarts. Check for “resource errors” and identify the type of resource causing the most errors.
VMware’s Vsphere virtualization includes ESXi hypervisors, Vcentre server and client, and Virtual Machine File System (VMFS). Any reduction in performance or unavailability of these servers can have a serious impact on the entire company infrastructure, which can lead to customer dissatisfaction and lost revenue. Applications Manager provides performance monitoring solutions for VMware ESX/ESXi and Vcenter/Vsphere with detailed server performance insights, instant alerts and a robust analytics engine to ensure optimal performance of VMware services.
Monitor CPU and disk usage of VMware servers.
The CPU and disk utilization of your ESX/ESXi servers are important metrics that need to be constantly monitored. With VMware Monitor from Applications Manager, you can understand and optimize your resource utilization with details such as network use, hard disk use and CPU use through your ESX/ESXI server and its virtual machines. This helps you to recognize whether CPUs are carried out with full capacity or whether they are not used and also indicates the resource consumption statistics of individual virtual machines.
In addition, you can identify the storage devices with high activity, see the amount of free storage space in every hard disk partition, keep a scope for the available storage space and are notified when the hard disk space falls below the critical threshold.
Follow the VMware storage load.
If you receive notifications when the memory use is high or the memory becomes dangerously low, you can avoid the problem of your ESX/ESXI server that no longer has a memory. VMware Performance Monitor of Applications Manager collects memory statistics including memory consumed, active memory, memory overhead, shared memory, allocated memory, and reserved memory to facilitate detailed monitoring of VMware ESX / ESXi.
Monitoring of data storage and network usage
A data store is a managed storage entity used as a repository between virtual machines and consists of log files, scripts, configuration files, virtual disks, and more. Like any other performance metric, an ideal VMware monitoring tool should track the data storage performance of ESXi servers.
Details of the data store monitored in Applications Manager include integrity, total capacity, available or used capacity, read / write speed, read / write latency, and more. Network interface state is another feature that can help determine if network connectivity is contributing to poor server performance. VMware performance monitoring tools in the licensed ManageEngine Applications Manager provide network details including data receive rate, data transfer rate, packets received, packets transmitted, health, and more.
Map virtual machines to storage arrays.
Monitor VMware ESXi servers by creating maps to show relationships between VMware vSphere servers and the underlying physical data stores. VM-to-Storage maps clearly identify storage and application-level issues, helping IT administrators gain better end-to-end visibility into the performance of their virtual resources.
Monitor hardware metrics with VMware Performance Monitor.
Hardware issues should be the last thing that stops your VMware monitoring goals. Applications Manager’s VMware ESX performance monitoring ensures administrators know whether the hardware components of the VMware ESX/ESXi server are working properly by sending notifications about drive errors, current power supply voltage status and more through hardware monitoring.
Generate VMware reports.
Get insightful reports on the attribute-based performance of your ESX/ESXi servers with Applications Manager’s performance analysis. Plan capacity based on congested and underutilized servers and use machine learning-based forecasting to predict future growth and usage trends of your VMware ESXi servers.