Veeam Software has made available its latest version of the Veeam Management Pack for System Center.
Veeam Management Pack v7 for System Center adds Microsoft Hyper-V support and provides full app-to-metal visibility within Microsoft System Center for both the Hyper-V and VMware vSphere layers. This allows users to proactively monitor and alert IT of issues before operations are affected.
Veeam has also introduced the Enterprise Plus and Enterprise editions of the management pack, helping to meet the different IT management needs and budgets of System Center users.
With Veeam Management Pack v7 for System Center, System Center operations managers benefit from extended features that help deliver complete visibility of both virtual and physical infrastructures and their dependencies.
IT managers benefit from monitoring, analysis and planning tools, helping them to resolve issues, make informed decisions and meet availability needs.
Veeam MP v7 provides administrators with real-time Hyper-V performance metrics and a deep insight into what is happening in their environment.
The new version also analyses on-premises virtual workloads and recommends appropriate Microsoft Azure or VMware vCloud Hybrid Service resources to allow IT to efficiently plan and budget a hybrid cloud strategy.
“By fully integrating Microsoft Hyper-V with Veeam MP v7, we now provide the rapidly growing Hyper-V user base with the same powerful management and monitoring tools that vSphere administrators have long enjoyed,” said Ratmir Timashev, president and CEO of Veeam. “This includes complete visibility of their critical virtual systems, risk mitigation, and proactive monitoring of Hyper-V from Microsoft’s System Center Operations Manager console.”
“We are pleased to see Veeam support System Center with the Veeam Management Pack v7,” said Chris Van Wesep, director, Product Marketing, Cloud and Enterprise at Microsoft. “With this latest release, Veeam Management Pack builds on Microsoft System Center’s unified approach to management for virtual and physical infrastructure across on-premises and service provider environments.”
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