Zenoss Announces Support for Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 3.0
August 29, 2012
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Zenoss announced a new ZenPack for managing and monitoring Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 3.0, a leading enterprise virtualization solution that includes Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) hypervisor technology and management tools for both server and desktop deployments.

The new ZenPack extends Zenoss Service Dynamics to manage Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization, providing users of the platform with a unified view of their entire virtualized infrastructure, including dynamic dependencies and visualization.

The Zenoss ZenPack for Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization will be open sourced and made available to ZenossCore Open Source users to provide continual refinement by Zenoss’ more than 100,000 community members.

Additionally, the ZenPack provides support for oVirt, an open source tool that provides a feature-rich management system for Linux-based KVM virtualization. Key capabilities include:

- Auto-Discovery and monitoring of Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization infrastructure

- Performance & Event Management

- Dynamic visualization of Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Infrastructure

- Service impact and root cause analysis for workloads from virtual to physical infrastructure

“As the data center has eclipsed fifty percent workload virtualization, interest continues to rise on building highly dynamic and robust virtualized infrastructures. To ensure a successful deployment, IT must have unified visibility and real-time awareness of their entire infrastructure," said Bill Karpovich, co-founder and CEO of Zenoss. "Zenoss' work with Red Hat is a natural fit for customers pursuing the full management and operation of robust private, public or hybrid virtualized infrastructures."

“As Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization continues to deliver value to enterprises around the world, customers require additional monitoring of their dynamic workloads,” said Geert Jansen, Senior Product Marketing Manager at Red Hat. “Zenoss provides compelling monitoring solutions for Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization customers that include a service-centric view of the infrastructure, performance monitoring and event management needed to manage a customer’s IT infrastructure.”

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