VMTurbo 5.6 extends control to any generic JVM
With VMTurbo’s 5.6 release, we are introducing the Generic Java Virtual Machine (JVM) support. VMTurbo extends its control to JVMs such as Websphere, Weblogic, JBoss, and Tomcat to all JVM platforms. As part of our application control features, the Generic JVM integration provides your application and infrastructure teams the understanding of resource consumption on the application layer by adding heap utilization and garbage collection time for JVM applications into VMTurbo’s abstraction layer.
VMTurbo’s application control module supports any generic JVM
Your hypervisor does not see all necessary metrics
The hypervisor understands vMem & vCPU consumption of a virtual machine. For example, if the hypervisor sees high vMem utilization, it is a natural response to assign more memory to your application. But is this the best decision for the infrastructure? We must take into account all the other relationships within the environment and the interdependencies.
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