Download VM Health Monitor for Windows

Virtual servers, in contrast to real physical servers, give users significant benefits. This encourages them to run various applications and services on virtual servers. Applications, services, and virtual servers need to be updated and run full time. Any problem that reduces performance in virtual servers can affect applications and services running on them, leading to a bad experience for users and even affecting many people. use. Therefore, monitoring and managing virtual servers constantly becomes an urgent issue.

The free ” ManageEngine VM Health Monitor ” tool will help users meet that tracking requirement. ManageEngine VM Health Monitor can monitor important parameters of VMWare ESX and VMWare ESXi servers. This tool takes comprehensive data about servers and displays them in graphs and visual reports. The corresponding data, charts and reports will be displayed in the on-screen tool panel to provide complete information about the functions of virtual servers in real time.

“ManageEngine VM Health Monitor” can simultaneously monitor two VMWare servers with the most powerful and completely free functions.

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Monitor VMWare with ManageEngine VM Health Monitor for free

ManageEngine VM Health Monitor tool provides monitoring functions of VMWare ESX ⁄ VMWare ESXi like the on-screen tool control panel. It displays the real resource usage process of virtual servers along with CPU and memory usage for each guest operating system on VMWare ESX server ⁄ VMWare ESXi. The dashboard quickly displays the number of available virtual machines, how many are open / off or hung, the amount of CPU and memory allocated / consumed by each virtual server, … in the visual graph.

Using this tool, admin can also set threshold values for CPU and memory usage, such as critical thresholds and alerts. If the virtual server is acting abnormally and the CPU and memory usage exceeds the threshold limits, the warning signal will be displayed in the control panel tool. Therefore, the IT admin can manage those cases to prevent the problem or bring the server back to normal operation.

ManageEngine Free VM Health Monitor tool works like a smart screen tool with the ability to continuously monitor VMWare ESX and VMWare ESXi servers with their virtual machines in real time. This tool supports monitoring the health status of virtual servers while ensuring your important applications work smoothly.

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Main features of ManageEngine VM Health Monitor

ManageEngine VM Health Monitor tool helps admin to monitor important properties of VMWare Server. This tool can collect information from ESX / ESXi and VirtualCenter servers, including ESX / ESXi 3.5x, ESX / ESXi 3.0.x.

Monitor VMware server

ManageEngine VM Health Monitor supports admin to view Virtual Machine server transformation including :

  • CPU usage situation.
  • Memory usage situation.
  • Read/write drives.
  • Network Rx / Tx.

CPU usage

  • CPU usage is roughly equivalent to the rate of CPU cycles used with available CPU cycles.
  • CPU available by or pretty physical CPU x clock rate.
  • 100% of all CPU displays on the host have been used completely. For example, if a host has 4 CPUs running 2 virtual machines with 1 CPU each, and usage is 50%, that host is using all 2 CPUs.

Memory usage

Percentage of memory currently in use. This is an active memory compared to the percentage of available memory or the entire configuration.

Drive read rate

This parameter provides the average number of KiloByte read from the drive every second during the collection period. Parameters are displayed in kilobytes per second.

Drive recording rate

This parameter provides the average number of KiloBytes recorded from the drive per second during the collection period. Parameters are displayed in kilobytes per second.

Network Rx

The average rate at the time the data is received during the time period. This shows the bandwidth of the network. The rate at the time the data is received through each physical NIC element on the host.

Network Tx

The average rate at the time the data is transmitted during the time period. This shows the bandwidth of the network. The rate at the time the data is transmitted through each physical NIC element on the host.

Track virtual machines

Keep track of health status reports such as VM name, another operating system, VM status, virtual processor, virtual memory and virtual network usage.

Changes are monitored for each guest operating system / virtual machine including :

  • CPU usage situation.
  • Memory usage situation.
  • Network Rx / Tx.

CPU usage

  • This is the average CPU usage on all virtual CPUs available in virtual machines. For example, a virtual machine with a virtual CPU running on the host has 4 physical CPUs and 100% CPU usage, the virtual machine is using a physical CPU.
  • Use virtual CPU = use in MHz (# virtual CPU x core frequency).
  • 100% of all CPU displays on the host have been used completely. For example, if a host has 4 CPUs running 2 virtual machines with 1 CPU each, and usage is 50%, that host is using all 2 CPUs.

Memory usage

Percentage of memory currently in use. This is active memory compared to the percentage of available memory or the entire configuration.

Network Rx

The average rate at the time the data is received during the time period. This shows the bandwidth of the network. The rate at the time the data is received through each physical NIC element on the host.

Network Tx

The average rate at the time the data is transmitted during the time period. This shows the bandwidth of the network. The rate at the time the data is transmitted through each physical NIC element on the host.

System requirements

Hardware :

  • Empty drive: at least 3 MB before installation.
  • Empty drive: more than 10 MB after installation.
  • RAM: minimum 512 MB.

Software :

  • Operating system Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7.
  • Microsoft .NET Framework 3.0 / 3.5.

This tool provides the ability to monitor two hosts of VMWare ESX / ESXi.

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