VirtualMetric for VMware

VirtualMetric provides most detailed VMware monitoring and VMware reporting solution on the market. You can get following reports by just enabling your VMware ESXi hosts on VirtualMetric, although you don't have to do any changes on your hosts:

  • Virtual Environment Reports
  • Physical Environment Reports
  • Storage Reports
  • Cluster Reports
VirtualMetric VMware Monitoring - Dashboard

Virtual Machine Reports

VirtualMetric can provide detailed information about health state, console state, resource usage, operating system and VMware tools for your virtual machines.

Inventory Reports

Virtual machine hardware reports like processor count, processor compatibility, numa status, virtual machine creation date, virtual machine update..

Operating System Reports

Operating system name, operating system version, virtual machine name, virtual machine fqdn for inventory discovery..

Virtual Memory Reports

Virtual machine memory usage, memory pressure value, average, minimum and maximum memory usage if memory ballooning is enabled for virtual machines..

VMware Tools Reports

VMware Tools services configuration, VMware Tools status for virtual machine compatibility..

Console State

Capturing Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) and boot issues by using advanced image processing algorithm..

vHBA Reports

Virtual HBA inventory reports to provide SAN switch information and WWNN and WWPN addresses of virtual machines..

Snapshot Reports

Detailed snapshot information like snapshot name, creation time, snapshot notes, child and parent snapshot tree of virtual machines..

VirtualMetric VMware Monitoring - Virtual Machine

Host Reports

You should also monitor your VMware ESXi hosts to ensure about your virtual machine environment health state. VirtualMetric provides best performance and inventory reports of your VMware ESXi hosts.

Hardware Reports

VirtualMetric supports many physical server manufacturers to provide you best monitoring results. VirtualMetric uses IPMI to get health status of physical elements of your VMware ESXi host like physical processor, physical memory, network card, hba, fan and power supply.

Temperature Reports

Temperature directly effects performance of physical servers. So it's very important to monitor processor, mainboard and environment temperature to avoid performance issues. VirtualMetric collects all temperature values by using IPMI protocol.

Network Reports

Monitoring virtual machine network layer is one of the many challenges for system administrators. VirtualMetric can monitor all networking layers to provide most accurate performance results and inventory reports. You can see following inventory details: Link speed, Jumbo Frames, RSS, VMQ, MTU Size, TCP Offload, UDP Offload, Driver Provider and NDIS version.

Operating System Reports

VirtualMetric also collects important inventory information of your VMware ESXi hosts to show you more detailed reports. VirtualMetric provides useful reports like event logs, firewall configuration and administrator reports.

VirtualMetric VMware Monitoring - VMware Server

Storage Reports

Performance and inventory reports of virtual disks, passthrough disks of virtual machines and physical disks of VMware ESXi hosts. You can also see Cluster Wide Datastore reports of your VMware Clusters.

Virtual Disk Image (VMDK) Reports

- VMware Monitoring: You can get detailed inventory and performance reports of VMware VM Disks.

- VMware Monitoring: Minimum and Maximum IOPS feature is supported. You can easily track your VM disks and limit them if they don't have limit.


Datastore Reports

Detailed performance reports of Datastores like latency, IOPS, disk usage, queue length and throughput. Also you can see model, signature, serial number and firmware version of your Datastore backend.

VirtualMetric VMware Monitoring - Storage Overview

Cluster Reports

VirtualMetric also provides detailed performance and inventory reports of your VMware Clusters. VirtualMetric helps you to see which host, datastore or virtual machine has top usage in entire cluster.

Datastore Reports

VMware Reporting: Detailed performance reports of Datastores like latency, IOPS, disk usage, queue length and throughput. Also you can see model, signature, serial number and firmware version of your Datastore backend.

Distributed Switch Reports

VMware Reporting: Inventory information of Distributed Switches in your VMware Cluster. You can rapidly check your distributed switch configuration and see detailed usage of VMware ESXi hosts.

VirtualMetric VMware Monitoring - Cluster Management

Blue Screen Detection

VirtualMetric can capture BSOD and boot problems by using advanced image processing algorithm. So you will always know what is going on with your virtual environment.

vHBA Inventory

Are you using Virtual HBA on your virtual machines but you find it hard to keep and track vHBA inventory? VirtualMetric will help you on this journey. All vHBA inventory is now ready to see.

VMware Tools

Tracking VMware Tools versions of your virtual machines could not be an easy task sometimes. Now you can easily track VMware Tools to ensure that your virtual machines are always up to date.

Snapshot Reports

Many system administrators use snapshots before critical system changes, updates or software patches. You may even use it as a backup solution. After a few snapshots taken, that could be a headache in a large virtual machine environment. VirtualMetric can help you to show virtual machines snapshot tree by also providing snapshot disk size, creation time and snapshot disk location. Now tracking your virtual machine snapshot history is even easier. You will able to see all reports in one screen by using custom filters and search.

VirtualMetric VMware Monitoring - Snapshot Overview
VirtualMetric VMware Monitoring - Network Reports

Network Reports

Monitoring virtual machine network layer is one of the many challenges for system administrators. VirtualMetric can monitor all networking layers to provide most accurate performance results and inventory reports. VirtualMetric provides bandwidth usage of virtual machines to help you for chargeback options. Also monitoring sent and received packets to see if there is problem with a virtual machine or there is a hacking attempt. You can also see VLAN information, network drivers, IP information and other useful reports. You can also see following inventory details: Link speed, Jumbo Frames, RSS, VMQ, MTU Size, TCP Offload, UDP Offload, Driver Provider and NDIS version.

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