Includes out-of-the-box support for monitoring Citrix XenServer and associated VMs, a native Android app for Applications Manager, enhancements to AS400 and WebSphere monitors, and new REST APIs. View screenshot tour >>
Feature in Focus: Citrix XenServer Monitoring
Operational Intelligence for Xen hypervisors and VMs
We had previewed the Citrix XenServer monitor feature at the VTUG summer slam 2013 event in July, and had also offered a private beta program to users. Now with the release of version 11.5, the Citrix XenServer monitor feature has moved into GA.
Applications Manager can automatically discover XenServer pools, hosts and its guest VMs via the Xen API. It can map pool topology by tracking newly added hosts, VMs, and VM live migrations.
Some of the key performance indicators of XenServer tracked by Applications Manager include CPU, memory and network utilization, details of storage repositories including virtual block devices (VBDs) and virtual disk images (VDI), VM configuration and capacity details. You can also plan capacity and make educated decisions on resource allocation by monitoring resource pools and cluster performance. Learn more >>
Introducing Android app for Applications Manager
With the free native Android app, you can track the health and performance status of your business-critical applications while on the move, from the comfort of your Android devices. You will receive notifications on your Android phones when there are outages or performance slowdowns.
You can also perform basic troubleshooting functions and take corrective actions such as a provisioning a virtual machine or triggering a Windows service action, without logging into the regular Applications Manager web client. The app is compatible with all Android smartphones or tablets using Android OS 2.3 or later. Learn more >>
"After trying several other application server monitors available, we find Applications Manager to be the most comprehensive and easy to set up for our needs. Thanks for a great product."
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December 2012: Applications Manager introduces support for monitoring NoSQL technologies Cassandra and MongoDB.