Amsterdam, Netherlands – VirtualMetric, a leading provider of server monitoring and reporting solutions for Hyper-V, Vmware, Microsoft IIS, Microsoft SQL, and bare metal, announced its newest release – 2.8.7. The new release of the market leader in the Hyper-V server monitoring comes with a large list of performance improvements, some new and unique features and great improvements in the usability. All these changes will improve the server monitoring of enterprises all around the world and increase the efficiency of cloud and system engineers globally.
The new release of VirtualMetric’s monitoring solution unveils its long-term strategy to provide the most detailed and easy to use monitoring solution on the market. Moreover, the company improves even better the reporting functionalities in the area of its unique competitive advantages – Inventory and Change Tracking.
vmetricBlogVirtualMetric introduces a large list of performance improvements, usability updates and unique features in its new 2.8.7 Release
AWS and Microsoft Azure are a preferred choice for virtualization and IaaS platforms for many enterprises, SaaS and PaaS all around the globe. The competition between these two platforms looks like more as the clash of the Titans. Many people think that there should be a winner. But In fact, all users are lucky to select the most attractive features from each provider thus enable a multi-cloud strategy.
AWS and Azure offering dedicates hosts
Motivated by the rising demand for security and the wish of companies to use dedicated physical machines, AWS and Azure now offer the option to order a dedicated server. According to Amazon, dedicated hosts are physical servers with EC2 instance capacity fully dedicated to your use. Dedicated Hosts can help you address compliance requirements and reduce costs by allowing you to use your existing server-bound software licenses.