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Unified performance monitoring the right way

PVSR allows you to monitor the end-user experience and all the elements that make up your IT services:

  • applications,
  • databases,
  • operating systems (Windows, Linux & *nix),
  • virtualized layer (VMware & Hyper-V),
  • physical infrastructure,
  • storages,
  • SAN network and LAN/WAN network.

This extensive monitoring capability is coupled with broad vendor support that covers all major vendors.

PVSR delivers unified performance monitoring the right way:

  • Meaningful performance indicators

    Monitored raw values are transformed into meaningful values, sometimes combining different raw parameters into one monitored parameter.

  • Out-of-box performance indicator definitions

    PVSR out-of-box monitors all parameters relevant for daily operations. It uses templates that define what performance indicators should be monitored in a specific type of device or application. The relevant template is matched against the available performance indicators. PVSR comes with preloaded technology specific monitoring templates relieving you from the huge task of creating them from scratch that usually bogs down the deployment of a new monitoring system.

  • Custom formulas for performance indicators

    PVSR is easily extendable for monitoring new parameters. New monitored parameters can be defined with custom formulas for maximum flexibility.

  • Easy configuration with bulk operations and templates

    You can use templates to bulk create / modify / update monitored parameters, charts and alarm definitions. Of course you can bulk delete them as well.

  • Interactive charts

    Historical monitored values are displayed on interactive HTML5 based charts which allow zooming in and out, showing/hiding chart elements, displaying current values, trend lines, horizontal limit lines, and changing the minimum/maximum instantly without a page refresh or server communication. Charts also can be switched to real-time monitoring mode if the monitored technology supports it.