Monitor the performance of VMware ESX & ESXi servers
Get key virtual machine statistics like CPU, memory & disk utilization
Keep a tab on both host and guest OS resources
Get to know the network bandwidth usage
Utilize the threshold settings and keep performance degradation at bay
Refresh the VMware performance statistics in real time
Free tools are a fantastic resource for companies on a limited budget and ManageEngine Tools are an excellent example. The more free tools a company provides, the more goodwill it develops with administrators in the trenches and when the need comes to purchase a product with more features, the company that provides is the first that comes to mind. Thanks for all you do for us and keep up the good work!
- Greg Bruntzel,, Technical Consultant, Tech Help
Free SNMP MIB Browser
This is one of the best SNMP walk tools I have come across. Very easy to work with and for a freeware tool, the support guys are just amazing. I was just thinking if we buy a product the support will be top notch
I have been working with the package for a couple of weeks now and it looks very good. I am using it to test a real time frequency and time agent for snmp v1, v2 and v3 and it's looking good. I am considering recommending that one or two other people here install the package
- David Briggs, CEO, Precise Time and Frequency, Inc.
Simple yet effective tool for a small medium organisation where very few IT users are manning more than a server. I was able to assess and take/initiate actions on disk, memory and CPU usage using Windows Health Monitor
Good app! I used WiFi Monitor Plus! to quickly map out our WiFi setup, and enjoyed using the function to see which APs were interfering with others. I have previously used 'WiFi Analyzer' for jobs such as this, but the ManageEngine solution does provide a lot more functionality and granular detail, which is definitely useful to have
- Charlie Smith, Technical Director at Charles Dhekelia Ltd
One of my favorite features is that I can set the analyzer to show me all networks, or just 'best' networks. This is actually really handy if you are in a 'noisy' area. Kind of hard to make heads or tails of the data when there are several networks that are just barely in range clogging up the graphs. I also like in the wifi scan all the details you can get. We're IT - we love details!
- Chris David, Solutions Implementation Specialist, Enterprise Bank & Trust