VM Performance Issue Early Detection: vOPS Server Standard 4.7
Today, we’re excited to announce expanded analytics in the new vOPS Server Standard 4.7. This update introduces accelerated growth algorithms, which provide the earliest possible detection of issues that could lead to performance problems in a virtual environment.
VM performance issues often occur when resource utilization in VMs, hosts or datastores grows to a point where no more resources are available. However, by the time this growth becomes sufficiently noticeable to a VM administrator, it may be difficult or impossible to stop a VM performance issue, especially if purchasing more hardware is the only way to avoid a problem. As a result, to effectively maintain performance in an environment, it becomes critical to detect when an issue may occur as early as possible to try to head it off. Understanding how much time exists before an issue will occur is also a crucial piece of data needed to avoid taking unnecessary drastic actions to free up capacity from other areas of the environment.
Existing analytic methods lack the sensitivity to detect growth acceleration in resource usage:
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