Why is Reporting on Resource Optimization for Nutanix Important?

March 5, 2019

Performance and costs are two of the most important aspects that we must take into account when developing solutions to meet business needs.

Initial configurations have to be adjusted often and tuned to dynamic business requirements and user growth rates. Some applications may require more resources, while some resources are underutilized and can be used elsewhere.

We understand the importance of resource utilization and that is one major reason why in our HYCU SCOM Management Pack for Nutanix Resource Optimization report, you can optimize usage of Nutanix cluster resources. It first analyzes virtual machines' (VM) usage of the allocated resources (CPU, memory) through a define period of time. In certain cases it is more applicable to analyze resource utilization during business hours. Based on the analysis, the report identifies virtual machines with excessive resources and VMs requiring more resources. The report then lists such oversized and undersized VMs together with a recommendation for optimal resource allocation. Freeing redundant resources makes them available for use by other virtual machines and can be used to improve performance of undersized virtual machines. Below is an example of our Resource Optimization report:

Nutanix Cluster: nutanix-data

Resource optimization is just one way we look to help you better monitor and optimize your Nutanix resources. If you are interested in learning more, contact us at info@hycu.com to discuss your monitoring needs, or you can download a 45-day free trial of HYCU SCOM Management Pack for Nutanix with full feature set.

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Subbiah Sundaram is the SVP, Product at HYCU. Subbiah spearheads product management, product marketing, alliances, sales engineering, and customer success with more than 20 years' experience delivering best-in-class multi-cloud data protection and on-premises solutions. A Kellogg Management School MBA graduate, Subbiah has worked with leading companies such as EMC, NetApp, Veritas, BMC, CA, and DataGravity.

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