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Galileo Performance Explorer Releases Solution Guide for Monitoring VMware Environments
Galileo Performance Explorer - the industry's first cloud-based and integrated infrastructure performance management (IPM) suite for servers, storage, SAN and applications, developed by the ATS Group, has released a Solution Guide on Performance Monitoring of VMware Environments.

This Solution Guide offers specific examples of how Galileo is empowering VMware administrators and top-level executives to make fast decisions about their VMware environments. It focuses on accessing valuable information through enterprise dashboards and data drill-downs-for identifying issues before they happen to locating exhausted or underutilized resources to isolating problems.

Infrastructure performance management experts from Galileo explore the advantages for managing VMware environments, such as: At-a-glance views of Datacenter, Cluster, Host, and virtual machine (VM) level statistics using Galileo's custom dashboard capability; Configuration and Capacity Data to allow you to view configurations, objects, and capacity from your dashboard; and the ability to drill down from the Cluster to Host level and into VM level statistics with a simple click.

Ryan Snyder, Senior VMware Administrator at D&H Distributing states: "There have been many ways Galileo has helped me, but the main reason was by bringing all my metrics into one location for quick review, I was able to quickly discover a potential problem (CPU ready warning) for one of our branch locations before getting out of hand. Also... for some reason, I just thought I'd try to access the data from my phone browser and I am stunned with how awesome it works. Very usable from my phone browser. Now that is a huge plus from my standpoint."

Download the Solution Guide, Performance Monitoring of VMware Environments.

Published Wednesday, March 16, 2016 8:50 AM by David Marshall
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