Microsoft workloads, such as Microsoft SQL and Microsoft Exchange, are two of the main business critical workloads running on Nutanix Enterprise Clouds. It is very important to size their resources correctly, otherwise, availability disruptions might occur, which affect QoS and subsequently cause business damage.
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While there are already application-oriented monitoring solutions for Microsoft System Center Operations Manager (SCOM) available, such as Microsoft SQL Management Pack or Exchange Management Pack, they are solely application-oriented and do not offer sufficient insights into underlying Nutanix infrastructure layer monitoring. In this webinar, you will learn how Comtrade's Management Pack for Nutanix simplifies your work by providing answers to these questions:
- Which Microsoft SQL/Exchange platforms are running on Nutanix clusters?
- Which virtual machines are hosting Microsoft SQL/Exchange applications?
- Are the VMs, hosting Microsoft SQL/Exchange applications, properly sized regarding CPU/Memory/Storage?
- Are the MS SQLExchange applications properly replicated for high availability and disaster recovery scenarios?
- Does the latency of hosting Nutanix cluster effect Microsoft SQL/Exchange applications running on it?
- Does the hosting Nutanix cluster have sufficient resources?
- Is the application data hosted on SSD drives?
This information is vital for keeping QoS for Microsoft workloads running on Nutanix Enterprise Clouds at their optimal performance. Comtrade's Management Pack for Nutanix provides this information in SCOM which enables IT administrators to combine it with the information provided by application oriented management packs (MPs) – in short, they get the complete overview over the state of Microsoft workloads running on Nutanix Enterprise Clouds.