In this second part of our monitoring Hyper-V article we’ll discuss the details about Processor, Memory, and Storage monitoring. In part 1 we discussed the Overall Health metric set. Let’s start with the Processor Metrics.
There are three processor-related metric sets:
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As we have discussed on the Monitis blog virtualization is one of the hottest IT subjects today.
One leader in this field is Citrix — with the XenServer product family. XenServer is the most known commercial implementation of of the open source Xen hypervisor. By the way, you should pronounced Xen like “zen.” It comes from a Greek word meaning “guest.”
In this article we’ll go into VDI (virtual desktop interface) monitoring on Windows Server Hyper-V and in particular what and where to monitor and what counters to utilize to determine of your virtual machine is overloaded and what resources are used. This article focuses on measuring networking, storage, and CPU usage.
Windows Hyper-V has three main components, each of which can be monitored; the virtstack, devices, and the hypervisor. When Windows 2008 boots the system it launches the virtstack and hypervisor. The virtstack handles the emulated devices, manages virtual machines, services I/O, etc. The Hypervisor schedules the virtual processors, manages interrupts, services timers, and controls other chip-level functions.
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It is no secret that there is a shift in how technology is being delivered. Cloud, Hosted, and Virtual are all buzz words that are flooding our conversations, emails, and businesses. While it is easy to ignore them, there is a concern in the monitoring world. Here a few questions that might have entered your mind:
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