Virtualization allows the rapid provisioning of systems – LogicMonitor automates the monitoring of these systems, reducing your workload.
Monitoring XenServer with LogicMonitor is easy: all you need to do is enter the XenServer host name, and all information about your Xen infrastructure will be discovered automatically. For both the Citrix and Open Source versions of XenServer, LogicMonitor automatically discovers and monitors:
By using the XenServer native API to query Xen specific performance counters, LogicMonitor provides a wealth of performance data and intelligence, offering unmatched visibility into the XenServer environment.
Monitor metrics for all your XenServer hosts in the pool – and see at a glance critical graphs of CPU, memory usage, network throughput and more. Predefined best practices alerts warn you of impending issues that can affect your virtual machines, and provide recommendations – without you having to be expert in XenServer monitoring.
As well as XenServer specific monitoring, LogicMonitor’s host monitoring provides a wealth of information and best practices alerts to ensure your infrastructure is running well -or to let you know if it’s not.
Monitor metrics for all the virtual machines in your XenServer pools – automatically as new VMs are added and deleted. See at a glance graphs of virtual machine CPU, memory usage, network throughput, and use automatically generated overview graphs to immediately identify virtual machines imposing unusual loads.
Because LogicMonitor can discover and monitor not only the XenServer environment, but also the VM operating systems, the applications running on the VMs (such as IIS, MySQL, Apache, etc), and the performance metrics of the storage arrays backing the datastores, LogicMonitor is the only solution that allows you to correlate performance issues and bottlenecks – no matter where in the infrastructure the root cause is.
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