HyperV Performance Monitor enables you to monitor important parameters of Microsoft Hyper V platform including CPU utilization, memory usage, disk utilization, network utilization and performance of each virtual machine. The HyperV Performance Monitor is powered by a custom built application, written in.NET using C#, that monitors and presents the collected data from Hyper V. HyperV Performance Monitor can be used to monitor the performance of HyperV Servers, Hyper V Virtual Machine and Hyper V Virtual Switch.
The tool provides rich web-based dashboard to present data easily and the information can be accessed and viewed from any remote location. The real-time data is presented in a visually attractive way on the dashboard. This tool can be accessed easily by any user on the same network, giving you the flexibility to monitor multiple HyperV Servers from one central location. The web interface is also available for users to create a personal dashboard and keep track of their own Hyper V virtual machine’s activity. You can integrate HyperV Performance Monitor with third party applications and customize its dashboard display.
The tool can be used to monitor HyperV Servers in both on-premises and cloud, along with Hyper V Virtual Machine and Hyper V Virtual Switch.
HyperV Performance Monitor GUI:
HyperV Performance Monitor is a Windows based tool. HyperV Performance Monitor provides a web-based dashboard interface for the user. The dashboard is divided into three tabs, namely, Dashboard, Status and HyperV Resources.
The dashboard shows the Hyper V environment status including uptime, active VMs, virtual switches and names of virtual machines along with their history. The other information such as CPU and memory usage of each virtual machine, storage information of each virtual machine and network in-bound/outbound usage is also displayed in the dashboard.
The status tab of the dashboard provides access to the real-time information about each virtual machine and its server, along with history of the same. The HyperV Performance Monitor can be accessed by anyone with a web browser. The information presented in the dashboard can be viewed and analyzed by the end-users from anywhere on the network.
HyperV Performance Monitor:
The HyperV Performance Monitor interface gives the user real-time data on Hyper V server, Hyper V virtual machine, Hyper V virtual switch and Hyper V network. The real-time data is presented in a visually attractive way, on the dashboard. It shows the user the details about Hyper V resource utilization, resource availability, performance of each VM and VM’s health.
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dradis allows a collection of information available at different points of the process
to be captured in a way that is not tied to the language or the application the information is collected from.
dradis can be used to collect information from:
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The main advantage of using dradis is to reduce time spent on gathering information during a test session.
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dradis aims to be easy to use.
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