Monitoring your infrastructure is crucial for your applications, workloads and business as a whole. As a company, VirtualMetric believes that our solutions need to constantly evolve and follow your needs. Now we are happy to present the latest addition to your monitoring suite – Red Hat Virtualization Monitoring. Get advantage of agentless RHEV monitoring and tracking for your Red Hat virtual infrastructures. We guarantee complete visibility over the RHEV hypervisor and RHEV guest VMs to improve the real-time performance of the mission-critical services in the RHEV cluster.
What is Red Hat Virtualization?
Red Hat Virtualization (RHEV) is an enterprise virtualization platform supporting key virtualization workloads including resource-intensive and mission-critical applications, built on Red Hat Enterprise Linux, KVM and fully supported by Red Hat. The platform is a stable foundation allowing you to virtualize resources, applications and processes and strep into the cloud-native future. As an enterprise-class virtualization platform, RHEV comes with the promises for achieving performance, resilience and security. It supports enterprise virtualization based on over 10 years of innovation with KVM and oVirt. Moreover, the Red Hat Virtualization comes with the promise of a wide range of features like scalability, security, and a wide compatibility list with cloud software stacks. According to Red Hat itself, their virtualization is the ultimate way to virtualize your data center more efficiently thanks to the following advantages:
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With organizations worldwide moving towards digitization and remote working models, there is an increased need for more computing power and server resources. But not everyone can afford to host state-of-the-art, well-maintained servers in their premises. And that is why virtualization technology is so popular today.
Virtualization technology enables organizations of all sizes to make use of IT services without the hardware resource constraint. Are you thinking about how virtualization can help you? Here is a simple guide to help you understand what virtualization is, its key metrics, and how to monitor virtualization for efficiency.
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If you use Microsoft Hyper-V every day, you may want to spend some time producing and analyzing reports. Reports can help you find where the virtualization software is lagging and how it’s behaving. Monitoring and reporting can help optimize virtual machines, especially if you run many of them on a single system.
What is Hyper-V?It’s virtualization software that specifically provides hardware virtualization. You can create virtual machines with different operating systems on a single desktop. Developers, network specialists, data specialists, and testers all use virtualization tools to run different OS on the same machine.
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Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure do not need any formal introduction. They are two major players in the cloud computing and virtualization industry. AWS leads with about 32% market share. On the other hand, Azure is the next closest with about 17% market share.
Both the tech giants, AWS and Azure, have been on an onward growth trajectory with revenue boosts coming in every quarter. Both the platforms offer attractive services and features that enable efficient server virtualization, the need for which once again is continuously on the rise.
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The dawn of virtualization and virtual machines or VMs have brought about massive changes in the industrial and commercial sector. Every organization, be it large or small, are now implementing virtual machines on different scales, and it’s saving them a lot of money and resources.
But while virtualization is an incredibly powerful computing technology, it is by no means simple to handle. That’s why when you’re dealing with virtual machines, you need to monitor them regularly just as you would with a physical machine. Monitoring a virtual machine is a highly technical task, so you also need VMware monitoring software.