XORUX, the developer of infrastructure performance monitoring tools, is proud to present a straightforward solution for managing the complex storage infrastructures of today’s typical business environments – LPAR2RRD v.6.11. This free software provides full visibility into your physical and virtual server portfolio from a single, centralized point of view. This greatly simplifies management processes across increasingly diverse storage systems including SANs, LANs, and more. With a centralized and fully customizable dashboard, administrators can get a full prognosis into mission-critical IT infrastructure and monitor and troubleshoot their assets proactively. It brings together a huge variety of different systems, such as Windows Server, Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization, Oracle Solaris, Power Systems, VMWare, Citrix XenServer and Linux into a cohesive management environment.
What makes this solution unique is its convenient web-based user interface allowing for the complete visualized performance and health monitoring of all your virtualized and physical storage systems. Thanks to user-friendly visualized analytics, the information is easily understandable for anyone from technician to management level. It provides an instant big-picture view of your storage network while allowing you to easily home in on issues with performance and reliability. If there is a component in the system that is not working as it should, you can find out sooner and replace or repair it as necessary. Find out more by visiting the official web page of LPAR2RRD at https://www.lpar2rrd.com/ .
What is new in the version 6.11 of LPAR2RRD?
The main news is a brand new dashboard implementation. It is fully customizable, users can now change graph size, create groups, move graphs between groups. You can see examples at https://demo.lpar2rrd.com/?menu=ea7021f&tab=0
Version 6.11 brings a few fixes of LPAR2RRD 6.10 and the following additional enhancements:
Dasboard : custom defined tabs
oVirt / RHV / XenServer : optimized back-end processing, it consumes now much less CPU resources
Solaris : LDOMs are sorted now under their CDOMs in the menu. Please note, that it requires also Solaris OS agent upgrade to 6.11
New menu style
For further details refer to release notes: https://www.lpar2rrd.com/note610.php