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Environment
Performance
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About Live Optics

LiveOptics Demo 2020

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CPU

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Capacity

Used

0 GB

Free

0 GB

Total

0 GB

Memory

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Peak Aggregate Network Throughput

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IOPS at 95%

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Average Daily Write

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Server Roles

Physical Servers represent bare metal servers that were targets of the collector run.

Virtual servers represent targets of a collector run where the system was identified as a virtual machine.

Hypervisor Servers are targets of a collection identified to be hosting guest virtual machines.

Guest Virtual Machines are a count of virtual machines reported by each hypervisor server.

*Live Optics does not capture direct performance information from Guest VMs, unless the Guest VM is added directly in the collector as a remote server target. In this latter case, the directly monitored system will be listed as Virtual. However, performance from servers marked as Guest VMs will be captured indirectly in the activity on the hosts.

Total Servers: 00
Ratio: 00 VMs per Hypervisor

Top Server Manufacturers

Manufacturers are shown for physical servers and hypervisor servers where available.

Total Manufacturers: 00

Top Operating Systems

  • Windows
  • Linux/Unix
  • VMware

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IOPS

Live Optics monitors the read and write operations at the block storage layer of the host operating system. IOPS are the Input / Output Operations per Second performed by a physical server host or a virtual machine.