Free performance and virtualization monitoring for VMware, Hyper-V, RHEV, and KVM environments
Virtual Health Monitor by VMTurbo is a free virtualization monitoring and reporting tool for virtual environments. It provides single pane of glass visibility into VM and infrastructure health.
What do you use Virtual Health Monitor for?
What I really like is that this product doesn’t have the restrictions other tools put in place. It can manage a single vCenter Server, but the amount of hosts is unlimited. It’s truly the ONLY FREE complete infrastructure monitoring tool.
Kendrick Coleman, vExpert
Multi Hypervisor, can span multiple datacenters or hosts. No number of hosts limitations or VMs limitation. Packaged as single Virtual Appliance. Completely agent-less solution. The deployment steps are dead easy.
Vladan Seget, vExpert
After the download, which is a bit less than 430 Mb, you need to deploy the OVF file through your vCenter. (If you’re using different hypervisor, you can pick the appropriate image for Hyper-V, Xen or RHEV.)
The appliance will get an IP from your DHCP server (optionally, you can assign static IP). You can find the assigned IP in vCenter’s VM Summary view, or in the login banner for the appliance console. Navigate to the IP in a web browser and login with:
The setup wizard will guide you through connecting the virtualization monitoring appliance to vCenter or other platforms. You will be monitoring A detailed user guide is also available from within the interface.