New approach to diagnose virtualization performance issues: HP Virtualization Performance Viewer (294 Views)
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BethParker
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New approach to diagnose virtualization performance issues: HP Virtualization Performance Viewer

 

Today HP introduced Virtualization Performance Viewer (vPV), a real-time diagnostic and triage tool to help customers quickly troubleshoot performance issues and bottlenecks in virtualized environments.

 

Companies typically move to virtualization to improve agility, improve cost efficiency and facilitate automation. While most see fairly dramatic reductions in hardware costs, the increase in IT complexity is often multiplied. This is especially true for the Virtual Administrator or Virtualization Subject Matter Expert (vSME) who is tasked with wearing so many hats and solving all problems “virtual”.

 

Hence we have delivered vPV, the vSME’s dream come true!

 

vPV can be deployed via a virtual appliance, Linux installer or extractable archive that is lightweight and provides quick time-to-value—customers can visualize their data from a single console in just minutes from the time they start the installation and begin to diagnose performance issues rapidly.

 

vPV provides VMware and Microsoft HyperV administrators and virtualization subject matter experts (vSMEs) a diagnostic tool, essential to support their decision processes and problem resolution.

 

And, you can try before you buy! Go to www.hp.com/go/vpv and click on Get HP vPV Now. Give vPV a try at no cost in your production environment. See for yourself how easy vPV can make taking control of your virtualized infrastructure.

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Re: New approach to diagnose virtualization performance issues: HP Virtualization Performance Viewer

Where can we get the price guide?
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