Analyze the virtual environment with vScope Explorer

vScope Explorer is a free tool that assesses the performance health of all VMs in an environment, across data centers and from multiple vCenter servers, displaying any existing or developing issues in an easy-to-read heat map.

This allows a VM administrator to assess the performance health of all VMs in an environment on one screen. Mousing over a VM will show a pop up dialogue box with a brief description of the issue a VM is experiencing.

The analytics behind vScope Explorer run predictive models based on trending growth and usage patterns, forecasting when a resource is forecast to become scarce, or when performance problems based on resource shortages may occur.

This visualization ability allows a VM administrator to assess the capacity status for all hosts in an environment on one screen. Mousing over a host will show a pop up dialogue box with a brief description of the capacity status or forecasted issues a host may soon experience.

vScope Explorer installs as a single virtual appliance in OVF Format. The system requirements are:

  • 4 vCPUs
  • 8 GB of memory
  • 64 GB of storage space
  • VMware ESX 3.0 or vCenter 2.5 or higher.
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Analyze the virtual environment with vScope Explorer