Virtualization management designed to optimise performance
SolarWinds® Virtualization Manager (VMAN) is an intuitive tool for virtualization monitoring, performance management, capacity planning
Use Case Scenarios
Simplify VM Capacity Planning
Forecasting VM capacity requires detailed knowledge on cpu, memory, network and storage needs. SolarWinds Virtualization Manager puts this information at your fingertips, and allows you to determine consumption trends meaning that you can see if your environment can scale or whether further capacity is required.
Make Smarter Decisions
The ability to manage and create VMs more efficiently brings about department savings and cost reductions.
Complete Virtual Visibility
Get visibility across VMware vSphere and Microsoft Hyper-V environments, whether on-premise, hybrid, or in the cloud.
Identify & Eliminate VM Sprawl
A VM wasting resources, or not having sufficient resources available can be problematic. SolarWinds Virtualization Manager gives you control over your virtual estate. By highlighting VMs taking up storage space without any activity, reclaiming reserved disk space, and making space available to those VMs that really need it.
Simplify VM Management
See trends and historical performance to simplify VM capacity planning, chargeback, and system security.
Works With SolarWinds Orion
Integrates with SolarWinds Orion modules to provide a complete picture of the health of your IT environment.
Key Product Features
SolarWinds Virtualization Manager at a glance.
VM Sprawl Control
Power off idle VMs, and delete powered-off VMs, orphaned VMDK files and snapshots to reclaim resources back into the virtual pool.
Comprehensive VM Management
Gain insight into the performance, capacity, and usage of your infrastructure, including hosts, VMs, clusters, containers, and vSANs to resolve issues faster.
Powerful Capacity Planning Tools
Predict CPU, memory, network, and storage needs for VMware vSphere, and Microsoft Hyper-V. Run scenarios to learn how best to support new workloads.
Virtualization Alerts & Dashboards
Uncover issues unique to VMware vSphere and Microsoft Hyper-V using intuitive alerts with click through to greater detail VM monitoring dashboards.
Manage On-premise, Hybrid & Cloud
Monitor and manage your Amazon EC2 instances and Microsoft Azure VMs from the same console as your on-premise virtualization environment.
Visibility Across The Application Stack
Quickly assess the health of your entire environment (server, virtual, or storage infrastructure) to troubleshoot interrelated problems from one view.
Prosperon Networks are the UK’s leading provider of SolarWinds IT management solutions and services. We have been an Authorised SolarWinds Partner for over 14 years, and all of our Engineers are SolarWinds Certified Professionals (SCP). Over this time we have provided consulting, support, and training services to hundreds of SolarWinds customers across the UK and Europe.
Frequently Asked Questions
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How is SolarWinds VMAN licensed?
Virtualization Manager is licensed by the number of sockets in your environment. There are different license tiers based-on how many sockets you want to monitor
What does VMAN support?
Virtualization Manager is able to provide complete visibility across VMware vSphere and Microsoft Hyper-V virtualization technologies, whether on premise or in the cloud.
Can you help me with SolarWinds?
Our Professional Services team can help Deploy SolarWinds according to best practices, Customise SolarWinds to your needs, and Integrate SolarWinds with your IT systems.
Is there any training available?
We offer a range of Training Courses to meet your individual requirements. All courses are led by experienced trainers and can be delivered on-site or at our training facility.
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