Blue Medora Announces vRealize Operations Management Pack for KVM
March 14, 2016
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Blue Medora announces vRealize Operations Management Pack for KVM for organizations that need to manage, monitor, and troubleshoot their entire open-source virtualization environment

The Blue Medora vRealize Operations Management Pack for Kernal-based Virtual Machines (KVM) collects performance data from critical Linux-based virtual machine resources within the end user’s KVM landscape and makes it available in a single VMware vRealize Operations console.

The management pack automatically detects and creates relationships between KVM hosts, virtual machines, storage pools and volumes for the entire KVM deployment. This provides comprehensive visibility and insights into the performance, capacity and health of their KVM workloads.

While VMware and Microsoft hypervisor-based environments continue to dominate the x86 virtualization market, open-source technology adoption for virtualization and cloud platforms is on the rise. When combining KVM management with Blue Medora’s integration across hardware, applications and virtual machines, users can gain insights and analysis on the enterprise stack to improve how they build and manage IT services. Disparate IT teams can quickly collaborate and resolve performance and capacity issues with insights across open source applications and enterprise databases on more than half of the converged IT market.

“The availability of our KVM management pack builds on our growing product portfolio and our commitment to deliver the most comprehensive range of cloud management and application performance management products,” said Blue Medora CTO Mike Kelly. “Customers around the world are adopting our technology to deliver important performance benefits within their VMware and open-source environments.”

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