Cloud & Virtual Monitoring

Powerful virtualization monitoring made easy.To EventSentry, there is no difference as to whether you are monitoring a physical or a virtual machine.

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EventSentry in Virtual Machines

All EventSentry components, including the agent, can be installed in virtual machines and virtual instances of Microsoft Windows©. To EventSentry, there is no difference as to whether you are monitoring a physical or a virtual machine. For example, the following technologies are supported out-of-the-box:
  • VMWare ESX ©
  • Hyper-V ©
  • VirtualBox ©
  • Amazon EC2 instances
  • Microsoft Azure ©
  • Rackspace © Cloud
  • ... many more
Whether it's physical or virtual, if you are running Windows©, then you can monitor it with EventSentry.

Microsoft Azure Monitoring

Run EventSentry conveniently in Azure - just activate the EventSentry BYOL offer and enter your evaluation code or license key when prompted.

EventSentry BYOL

Hyper-V Monitoring

In addition to monitoring each virtual Windows machine running inside Hyper-V, EventSentry can thoroughly monitor all aspects of the Hyper-V hosts, including the following:
  • Hyper-V Events (Event Log): Consolidate and receive critical alerts from Hyper-V
  • Hyper-V Services: Receive alerts immediately when a critical Hyper-V service is stopped
  • Diskspace: Monitor drives or individual folders and receive alerts when disk space is low
  • Performance: Monitor and track pertinent Hyper-V performance counters over time to help with forecasting and get notified of immediate performance bottlenecks

VMWare ESX Monitoring

In addition to monitoring each virtual Windows machine running inside ESX, EventSentry can monitor many aspects of a VMWare ESX server, including the following:
  • Syslog: Consolidate relevant log data and receive critical alerts from the ESX server via Syslog
  • SNMP: Receive critical alerts through SNMP traps and react quickly to issues
  • vCenter: Thoroughly monitor vCenter through service, event log and log file monitoring
  • Monitoring the uptime and availability of VMWare servers through ping and TCP checks