Not every company uses VMware.. Love to be able to monitor XenServer v5 and v6
Choose a layout and drag widgets onto your Overview Page to customize it. Widgets placed on the page below can be configured by selecting the symbol.
We use Fusion-io ioTurbine to improve storage performance. I would like to be able to capture performance of the vmhba used by Fusion-io to see show the IO offloaded to that HBA. Also, per vmnic statistics should be captured. I have looked at two competing products that were able to detect issues with receive packet drops that Virtualization Manager does not detect.
The widget creation defines the sort order of the columns but for quick changes, it would be very helpful to be able to double-click a column header and have it sort, just like we do in vCenter. Click the column again and it will reverse the order (ascending to descending, etc.). When I see a table like VM latency, it would be helpful to click on the header of the highest latency and try to identify the worst offendors so I can see if it's one with read latency or write latency without editing …
The query builder is powerful but difficult to use, generally requiring regex expertise and lots of trial and error. Create a wizard that allows users to simplify building of basic queries, but leave the current query builder in an "Advanced" option. Please add examples if you vote for this idea.
Hi all, it would be great, especially during testing period of a new alert to have directly the link to the alert definition, in the mail notification. looks like lazy but can be very efficient to my opinion.
there is no option today to retreive the information that a VM a replicated with SRM / VR. il would be great as it would allow to report /alert if a VM located on a given cluster is not replicated for Disaster Recovery Plan. thanks and regards
Provide the ability to assign permissions to a user per virtual machine to perform management actions. For instance a user may have the ability to perform all management actions on virtual machine 1 & Virtual Machine 2 but no permissions to execute management actions on any other Virtual Machine. Privileges could also be assigned to a folder within VM to apply for a group of virtual Machines.
The ability to monitor and send alerts based on the status of Hyper-V replicas is critical to our operation. It is our DR strategy to use Hyper-V replica and we have found occasions when some Replica's have stopped replicating. Currently we have to run PowerShell to monitor this across multiples sites and multiple clusters. Ideally VMan should be able to pickup this information and send out alerts when the Replica Status is not Normal. Also, when currently looking at VM's with VMan which have …