SentryOne V Sentry helps you identify at a glance VMs that are using the most resources, including a breakdown of how each server resource is being used—including memory, storage, CPU, and network resources.
CPU ready and co-stop times indicate that your VM is ready to do work, but waiting on VMware for CPU resources. With V Sentry, you can easily view the VMware measurements for ready-time percentage and co-stop percentage relative to CPU usage. With this view, you can quickly determine whether a CPU is over-committed or VMs need to be right-sized.
V Sentry helps you identify potential “noisy neighbors”—VMs on the same host that are fighting for the same resources.
Learn about the performance killers that most IT managers, DBAs, and DevOps are often unaware of in this web seminar recording. Our experts cover a variety of significant issues, ranging from VMware considerations, server-side OS settings, file layout, memory settings, and database design, including
—Vasilis Papamichael, Database & Security Administrator, GAS Supply Company