Yesterday, August 27, ManageEngine announced a new storage-level mapping feature added to its Applications Manager, a server and application performance monitoring platform, which will automatically maps VMware vSphere servers and their related virtual machines (VMs) to storage arrays, this new features is going to help IT administrators to have a better end-to-end visibility into the performance of their virtual resources.ManageEngine is presentating its latest features to Applications Manager at VMworld 2013 which is happening at the Moscone Center in San Francisco these days, until August 29.
the real-time IT management compan is also showing off upgrades to Site24x7, the cloud infrastructure monitoring service, and announcing upgrades for OpManager, the network performance management software, and Password Manager Pro, its password management software. The new mapping feature in Applications Manager is enabled by enhanced integration with OpStor, the storage monitoring software from ManageEngine.
Sridhar Iyengar, vice president of product management at ManageEngine, declares:
Today, we’re moving beyond the silo views that performance monitors typically create, the VM-to-physical storage mapping in Applications Manager gives users the big picture with visibility into the relationships between VMs and storage arrays. The improved insight enhances the effectiveness of performance monitoring and troubleshooting efforts alike.