Managing performance is as simple as vPV

HP is pleased to offer a free tool to help you manage and troubleshoot performance problems in virtualized and cloud environments. HP Virtualization Performance Viewer (vPV) is designed to be easy to deploy and simple to use. You can download it from and begin to see benefits in less than 15 minutes from the start of the installation. Just click on the video below to learn more.  


This versatile tool allows you to quickly isolate and diagnose performance problems in a variety of environments. It includes support for VMware™ vCenter, Microsoft® Hyper-V™, KVM and Xen hypervisors. The new release of vPV also supports OpenStack™ private cloud and HP CS Application Platform as a Services (PaaS) public cloud. The free version supports up to 200 OS instances (virtual machines).


In the past six months, more than 1,000 users have downloaded vPV for themselves. HP conducted an independent survey with TechValidate, and we have received rave reviews. Users worldwide have experienced the benefits of vPV for themselves. vPV does what any good tool should do – it makes your job easier.


Managing performance in dynamic environments can be simple. It’s as easy as vPV.


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Ken is responsible for worldwide marketing of HP’s virtualization and systems management products. His experience includes over 20 years in ...

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