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SolarWinds offers unprecedented management and visibility for the Nutanix Cloud Platform, along with other popular third-party IT assets (e.g., networking, systems, storage, hypervisors, applications, databases, etc.).
SAM & VMAN integrate to native Nutanix APIs to deliver monitoring support and insights into the following:
- Nutanix Cluster and associated Node details
- System hardware inventory, status (up/down), and hardware health performance
- Multi-hypervisor (Nutanix AHV, VMware vSphere, Microsoft Hyper-V) support
- Host and Guest VM availability, fault and performance monitoring and alerting:
- CPU/Memory/Network statistics
- Storage statistics
- Basic VM management actions
- Topology Mapping – Auto-discovered physical and virtual network relationships and links visible in Orion Maps™
- Application Stack Dependencies – Visualization of Nutanix Cluster to server host to guest VM relationships can be enabled in SolarWinds AppStack™. Auto-discovered logical application dependencies can be shown in Orion Maps.
LA can consume any syslog message that is sent by the Nutanix Cluster or by each VM. Key features include:
- Log and event collection and analysis
- Powerful search and filter
- Real-time log stream and event log tagging
- Flat log file ingestion
- Log forwarding, exporting, and alerting
Please refer to the SolarWinds Customer Success Center for the latest information.
For Orion Platform 2019.2 and earlier, there is basic support in SolarWinds Network Performance Monitor (NPM) to monitor Nutanix HCI (clusters, containers, storage pools, disks). NPM uses the Universal Device Poller (UnDP) to collect performance metrics –such as latency, IOPS, bandwidth utilization, and more– via the Nutanix SNMP agent.