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PHD Virtual announce GA of PHD Virtual Monitor


PHD Virtual today announced general availability of PHD Virtual Monitor, a robust and cost effective solution that provides a better way to monitor your entire XenServer and VMware virtual environments.

PHD Virtual Monitor leverages a unique combination of Intelligent Agent and Agent-less hypervisor monitoring to give you a complete view across your entire environment. If you’re using other solutions that rely on one method or the other then you’re probably getting an incomplete view.

PHD Virtual Monitor provides better monitoring through a unique approach:

To learn more and to read the entire article at its source, please refer to the following page, PHD Virtual announce GA of PHD Virtual Monitor- Virtualization Spotlight – PHD Virtual


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