Identify performance bottlenecks for your Linux operating system in a few minutes, not days or weeks. Our Linux performance monitoring tools help you identify and correct any configuration discrepancies across your environment by providing access to vital configuration information. This data includes operating system levels, installed devices, and processor and memory information.
Plus, you’ll improve your Capacity Planning ability by gaining instant insights that enable you to size, allocate, or reallocate compute capacity. The tools also let you pinpoint when server resources are exhausted or underutilized. Plus, they offer the factual insight to isolate problems before they become critical issues.
View server configuration, plus capacity data for each file system type—right in your Galileo dashboard–without having to leave the Galileo portal.
At-a-Glance Virtual Group
Customize your dashboard by date ranges, select by Hosts, Physical or Virtual Group, and get online help quickly and easily.
Host CPU Usage
Examine the aggregated CPU for the Linux hosts grouped within a Virtual Group for a given date range to quickly identify an under- or over-utilized server.
Host Real Memory Used
Examine the aggregated memory for the Linux hosts grouped within a Virtual Group. Discover the total memory in use at any given time.
Show CPU usage in terms of a percentage. Identify hosts that are heavy consumers of the Virtual/Logical CPUs they have defined.
Host CPU Usage vs. Entitlement
Check the Host CPU Usage vs. Entitlement charts to learn the physical CPUs in use by the VM, and how they compare to the virtuals assigned and set entitlement.
- CPU Utilization and Run Queue
- Real Memory, Virtual Memory, and Memory Use
- System Paging and Filesystem Paging
- Processes (Context Switch/System Calls, Forks/EXECs)
- Network Throughput and Packet Summary
- Network Read/Write Throughput and Packets
- Disk Read/Write and Transfer Summary
- Disk Read/Write Throughput
- Disk Transfers, Sizes, and Service Times