It ensures the continuity of the organization’s operations. It allows to counteract failures in real time and comprehensively analyze equipment and employee productivity.
Monitoring your virtualization environment
Monitoring virtual environments is an important aspect related to the operation of an organization. By implementing the eAuditor system into an organization, it is possible to control virtualization servers (hosts) and virtual machines (guests). Monitoring virtualization involves automatic periodic scanning of the network to identify virtual environments (servers), and then connecting to a given virtual environment (using the built-in API) and reading its parameters (virtual machines). In eAuditor, we can get information about two types of virtualization: Hyper-V and VMware, which support all versions.
In the eAuditor system, the administrator monitors virtual machines and servers and gains key information about these resources. It has insight into information about:
- execution of the last update,
- IP of the computer on which the virtual environments are installed,
- RAM consumption, HD,
- type of virtualization,
- operating system.
The administrator also has information about which machine is running and which is not. For ease of monitoring, enabled machines are highlighted in green.
It’s also possible to monitor selected machines even without eAgent installed (thanks to the use of the API) and read basic information, such as update execution time, detected IP, system type, virtualization, and RAM usage. In addition, a detail tab informs the administrator about the status of virtual machines.
The functionality allows you to support and monitor any number of networks where the search for virtualization environments will be performed. The scheduler allows scanning with a frequency starting from one minute The system allows generating static and parametric reports. The built-in report scheduler allows you to send reports by e-mail and save them freely. The report shows virtualization data in detail. With them, the user can see which virtualization servers are set up and currently available. The eAuditor system includes the following types of virtualization reports:
- summary of virtualization servers,
- summary of virtual machines.