eG Innovations VMware Monitoriing Quick Take

21 04 2009

Just stumbled across a company called eG Innovations. They have a vmware monitoring solution that uses a patent-pending “In-N-Out” monitoring technology. This allows them to get performance metrics not just at a host level, but down into the guest as well. Most of the current tools look mostly at the surface host level, but not necessarily at the guest. Getting into the guest can help the monitoring solution decipher what is causing the performance issue, even down to the individual process on the guest. These folks got a best of VMWorld 2008 award, and it looks like they have a good thing going. Check it out…

http://www.eginnovations.com/web/vmware.htm

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22 04 2009
Bill Bradley

I’m hearing more and more about eG Innovations. Since the VMworld 2008 best in show award, they’ve won readers choice awards from VirtualizationAdmin.com and Virtualization Journal.

They seem to have a competitive edge in virtualization monitoring compared with the so-called Big 4 management vendors as well as smaller niche vendors. They started out monitoring physical environments (Citrix is a great fit), so IT staff can use eG to monitor the entire virtual/physical IT infrastructure. How cool is that?

Anyone else picking up on this “company to watch”?

Bill

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