Free ManageEngine VM Configuration Tool
|Op. System:||Windoows All|
|File size:||2.58 MB|
Publisher description for Free ManageEngine VM Configuration Tool
Virtual Machine's emulates all aspects of an actual computer and creates a separate environment for running operating system. Each operating system is logically isolated with host server and also multiple such VMs running simultaneously on the same host physical server. Virtual servers provide great cost benefits as opposed to real physical server. This encourages people to run many applications and services on these virtual servers. Any outage or performance degradation in the virtual servers, will affect the applications and services running on them, resulting in a bad user-experience. Hence it becomes imperative to monitor and manage those virtual servers continuously at all times so that you know early enough about a possible problem, before it translates into substantial loss of revenue. ManageEngine Free VMware Configuration Tool provides an exclusive configuration solution for VMware ESX server. Using the free tool, the administrator can increase or decrease the RAM capacity, or allocate more number of CPU processor for the VM, or execute 'power operations' on the Virtual servers like 'power-on' the VM's , suspend the VM's , 'Power Off' the VM and Reset the VM, and it allows the operator to change the names of the VM dynamically. You can also monitor performance metrics like CPU usage, Memory details, provisioned storage details and Network adapter details of VMware host server and its VM's. The dashboard quickly shows how many virtual machines are present, how many are powered-on / powered-off or suspended state in a elegant Tree-View. Tool also shows VM Events which is received from virtual servers. The ManageEngine VMware Configuration Tool serves as a smart desktop tool that continuously monitors VMware ESX server across your network and more importantly, Administrator then effortlessly can manage / configure those VM's in real-time and ensures your mission-critical applications run smoothly.