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VKernel Releases Capacity Analyzer 4.3 for VMware and Hyper-V
VKernel, award winning provider of Capacity Management tools for virtualized datacenters, today announced the release of Capacity Analyzer 4.3 which allows users to manage both VMware and Hyper-V environments from a single console. VKernel’s latest release of Capacity Analyzer also allows Systems Center users to receive alerts on performance issues in their VMware environment.

Capacity Analyzer now integrates with Microsoft’s Systems Center Operations Manager and Virtual Machine Manager as well as VMware’s vCenter and ESX. It automatically collects performance and capacity data, profiles each virtualized application and builds an accurate model of available capacity, across servers and storage at every layer of the user’s virtualized infrastructure. Capacity Analyzer’s extensive analyses then identify capacity bottlenecks that are impacting performance, predict where future problems will arise, give specific instructions on how to resolve these issues and tells users where to place new virtual machines to avoid capacity issues.

“Capacity Analyzer is used by hundreds of organizations today to find and fix performance problems caused by capacity constraints in their virtualized infrastructure”, said Alex Bakman, CTO and founder of VKernel. “Users love it because it automates a very complex analysis of VM workloads across every level of their infrastructure and provides them with straight forward actions to quickly improve performance.”

Published Wednesday, March 24, 2010 5:52 AM by David Marshall
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