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From Sven Vogel <>
Subject Re: Monitoring VMs
Date Wed, 21 Aug 2019 13:37:58 GMT
I think too a normal monitoring solution like paessler, sciencelogic or other one with probes.
They have wmi or ssh sensors. There are different commercial products / open source and cloud
products. Commercial products usually have apps for windows, android and iPhone if you need
this but they are pricey.

Like my writer before there are modern one like Prometheus and another one. Personally I like
the commercial one more here because you don’t have so much setup fees.



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> Am 21.08.2019 um 12:07 schrieb Riepl, Gregor (SWISS TXT) <>:
> Hi Fariborz,
> I would consider both ways to monitor the instance.
> Even if the hypervisor can give you accurate information about allotted
> CPU time and memory, there are always some things that it doesn't see.
> As for monitoring agents, it highly depends on what monitoring system
> you use or want to use.
> A modern choice would be something like Prometheus, and there is an
> agent called node_exporter[2] that produces Linux system metrics.
> You could also install snmpd and monitor with any tool that can fetch
> SNMP data.
> Or, Nagios, Icinga, .....
> [1]
> [2]
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