The company’s Daily Insights reports will provide managers with an interactive look at developments across the data centre space. These updates, combined with Global Insights, will allow managers to stay informed about data centre performance, health and possible operational issues.
“(This) announcement delivers further on CloudPhysics’ commitment to use Big Data to help IT teams make smarter operational decisions for better datacenters,” John Blumenthal, VP, product management for CloudPhysics said in a press release. “We continue to formulate new ways to put data to work for our customers, yielding relevant insights at the right time, in the right context. From broad aggregation of operational metrics gathered across thousands of data centres, to highly granular views into individual workload shapes, our data-driven insights give IT teams more power than ever before to understand, troubleshoot, and optimize their virtualized data centres.”
In addition to the daily reports, CloudPhysics will also be implementing its new “workload shapes” technology. Designed to assist VMware administrators identify storage performance anomalies through visual shorthand, it also features deeper visibility for faster troubleshooting.
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