Virtualisation Optimisation Solution - SAS!

We have experience implementing the SAS based solution for managing your Enterprise-wide VMware infrastructure.

Virtualisation Optimisation Solution

We have experience implementing the SAS based solution for managing your Enterprise-wide VMware infrastructure.

SAS IT Resource Management (ITRM) not only provides the capability to accurately measure and forecast host and guest resources based on vCentre metrics, it is able to manage the very large volumes of level 3 and even level 4 statistics over many years, hardly using up any storage space, yet without losing any of the vital granularity supplied by the data.

SAS ITRM extends much further than vCentre. SAS ITRM can match ALL of the other infrastructure performance and utilisation metrics that are not VMware based but yet work together to deliver business services. This provides a very unique capability for delivering Enterprise-strength management of virtual infrastructure in step with physical infrastructure. There are no gaps in data, and no gaps in the management information provided.

Our solutions built on SAS ITRM are superior to any other vendor offering, no other vendor can deliver what we can deliver, in part because no other vendor solution has the enterprise-wide breadth of data reach and power of analytics that SAS ITRM provides.

Adoption of server virtualization has increased exponentially over the past few years. With this technology, IT organizations are transforming resources into “virtual” hardware-independent containers – which can be moved and changed as needed – to run existing applications and operating systems more efficiently. Virtualization provides high resource availability and great flexibility in managing the IT infrastructure. VMware leads in the server virtualization market segment with its ESX Server.

When it comes to enterprise-wide scaling, there are many vital risks to consider, important risks to model and predict, architectural risks that need to be identified, and then the risks need to be minimised until the enterprise-wide scaling becomes manageable at an acceptable risk level. Our solutions provide you with precisely the information you need to achieve this outcome.

Quickly find out what is really happening in the dynamically moving relationships between your ESX clusters, virtual guests, and virtual and physical network, disk and other ICT systems. With our analytic visualisation and analytic solutions you will find readily available the information that enables you to perform all kinds of sophisticated behaviour analysis and root cause analytics. No longer do you have to spend manual time pulling together data from a variety of data sources and then understand them before you can put it together and begin your analysis. Jump straight to analytics with the target data subset after using our supplied dynamic, drillable high level reports to narrow down the target detailed information. Our analytic solutions handle the complexity of large scale and sophisticated relationships presented by dynamically moving and large virtual infrastructures.

Virtual infrastructures present new and unique challenges to Windows systems and application administration at the enterprise level. Our solutions are the only enterprise wide scalable solutions that can deliver reduced administration costs while enabling you to get more return out of your existing hardware and infrastructure investments. Our solutions enable you to effectively manager significantly higher utilisation, while avoiding outage risks, better procurement planning, and state of the art performance and availability management of your virtual resources. Our solutions are designed to integrate all this operational and management information into business service availability measurement and reporting

There are many new risks to disaster recovery processes in virtual infrastructures. Virtualised environments provide amazing innovations in high availability, dynamic workload shifting, and ability to recover from outages. However it is not so simple. You still need to right tools and the right information to ensure that as each day goes by, your systems continue to behave in the manner required to be sociable to a disaster recover. There is always a point at which full automated recovery is not going to be possible, or at best applications and services will be negatively impacted.

What better cost saving can there be than to know day by day where that line of limitations is going to fall, and to know well in advance which applications and services will support your business and which ones will not?