VKernel Unveils Analyzer

VKernel introduces first virtual appliance to immediately find capacity bottleneck issues in VMware ESX environments

March 5, 2008

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PORTSMOUTH, N.H. -- VKernel Corporation, a provider of easy-to-use and quick-to-deploy virtual appliances for managing virtual server environments, announced today its Capacity Bottleneck Analyzer Virtual Appliance, which immediately identifies current and future capacity bottlenecks to ensure the performance of VMware ESX environments.

VKernels patent-pending technology continuously monitors CPU, memory, and storage utilization trends in VMware ESX environments across hosts, clusters, and resource pools. By utilizing VKernel’s quick-to-install virtual appliance model, users can eliminate current capacity bottlenecks and future ones through a simple, single-screen management dashboard. User will also have detailed capacity information to properly plan for the addition of new hosts, clusters, and resource pools.

“At the velocity organizations are virtualizing their server environments, IT groups must proactively monitor and eliminate their capacity bottlenecks or they risk facing serious downtime and performance issues,” said Alex Bakman, founder and CEO of VKernel. “With our Capacity Bottleneck Analyzer Virtual Appliance, we are empowering IT staff with a very simple and easy-to-learn UI from which they can instantly identify their most critical bottleneck problems and take proactive measures against predicted future bottlenecks.”

V-Kernel Corp.

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