The announcement that the WhatsUp Gold WhatsVirtual 2.0 is available now was made by the developer of WhatsUp Gold suite of innovative IT management software.
This new version includes a number of features. It has the ability to support the VMware vCenter, vMotion, virtual clusters and the high availability. The WhatsVirtual 2.0 has got the ability to integrate with the VMware vSphere API very easily and discovers, monitors, maps and manages the ESXi hosts. The virtual machines that are in affiliation with the ESXi hosts from one console can also deliver accurate and time to time availability and performance details across the VMware-based virtual server.
The performance of WhatsVirtual 2-0
The senior network analyst of Nucleus Information Service, Inc John Shiells said that they were amused to see the performance of WhatsVirtual 2.0. The monitoring was outstanding and the reporting capabilities were unparallel. You can analyze the performance and the resource issues very quickly and easily with the help of the detailed overview of each host server. He further said that in the same console the viewing and reporting on the historical log for the vMotion and the high availability lead to great time savings. Now the purpose of vCenter is just to solve a problem. WhatsUp Gold is there to keep a track of everything else. With WhatsUp Gold we can control and monitor everything else in an efficient and easy way.
The features of WhatsVirtual 2-0
The vCenter is the feature of WhatsVirtual 2.0 that has the capabilities to discover, monitor and control all of the virtual resources through it in order to offer hundred percent accuracy and enhanced performance. The WhatsVirtual 2.0 also has the vMotion feature. The vMotion feature is there to monitor the live migrations. It works by keeping a track of the VMs’ motion across the physical servers in order to provide a complete, accurate mapping of the physical server relations all the time. It also includes the reports along with the powerful alerting capabilities and the historical information.
It further has the afore-mentioned High Availability which provides complete access to the historical information and the reports along with the perfect alerting qualities to track the VMs, this is because they are moved or restarted automatically to the other physical servers because of the failures of the hardware or the operating system. It also includes the support for the virtual clusters. The virtual clusters include the VMware cluster discovery and mapping, the customizable cluster configurations, the configurable alert center thresholds, the out-of-the-box workspace views and the web reports.
The users are very happy with the introduction of the WhatsVirtual and are supporting it with great enthusiasm. They did not encounter any management issues with it and its performance was up to the mark. Most of the people are really happy with the new features of WhatsVirtual that are vCenter, vMotion and high availability support. The organizations can get great benefits from it and optimize the availability and performance of their infrastructure.