Xangati Virtual Appliance Gets Storm Remediation Auotmated System

This new automated system from Xangati Inc, which is a California based company providing network performance management system will boost the hybrid cloud output by remediation of CPU and memory issues.

XangatiGreatResponder.com Xangati Inc, which is a Silicon Valley Hybrid Cloud Infrastructure performance management innovator has announced the update to their platform Xangati Virtual Appliance. Now the Xangati Virtual Appliance (XVA) system has an automatic system for storm remediation for virtualized and VDI infrastructures.

Another amazing addition is that it can also support Microsoft Hyper-V ecosystems locally. It is also integrated with the ServiceNow, which made the XVA system able to share the trouble tickets and storm alerts with the ServiceNow ITSM (IT Service Management) portal.

It is a fact that hybrid cloud is becoming more and more popular; companies are determining that performance slowed down is caused by a variety of cloud components and it is really very difficult for the companies to recognize the root causes of the problems.

The XVA will help them to locate whether the problem is being originated by storage, the CPU, memory or the boot storms. The new Xangati XVA update will permit the virtualization system administrators to deal with CPU and memory performance problems by automatically balancing the workloads diagonally vCenter hosts.

“Xangati is moving closer to its long-term vision of autonomic infrastructure management that delivers an automated way to stave off complex degrading conditions and v-storm contentions, in addition to end-to-end, closed-loop orchestrated visibility to real-time performance indicators,” said Atchison Frazer, VP-Marketing, Xangati.

The major benefit of the XVA is that this system gives real time key performance data, capacity development and cost optimization. Xangati’s Efficiency Index measures the level to which accessible CPU, memory, storage and network interface capability is being used.

“Xangati’s new functionality means that for a solutions provider like CMI, we now have the ability to run a true managed service performance analytics practice with service-level agreements based on definitive metrics for MTTR (mean time to resolution),” said Jeff Chang, President, Chicago Microsystems, Inc., whose firm has deployed Xangati in large public education virtualized environments.

Some of the other features of new XVA are that now the system will run on Hyper-V, in addition to be able to manage, it will also report CPU Wait Time Per Dispatch for Hyper-V. For accommodating large infrastructures the Xangati will support multiple SCVMMs. A totally new Dashboard for XenApp environment is also available now.

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