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Managing nodes in Orion and in Virtualization Manager

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If you manage a node in the Orion Web Console as an addition to managing it in Virtualization Manager, you can make use of the following features:

  • Monitoring CPU, Memory, Virtual Memory, Response Time, and Latency
  • The ability to assign Custom Properties to nodes

Depending on what other Orion modules you own, you can get access to further resources.
If you use both SolarWinds Orion Network Performance Monitor and Virtualization Manager, and manage a node in the Orion Web Console, you will be able to do the following:

  • Apply Universal Device Pollers
  • Use Device Kits (with NPM v.10.7)
  • Pull routing table information

If you use both SolarWinds Server and Application Monitor and Virtualization Manager, and manage a node in the Orion Web Console, you will be able to do the following:

  • Poll the server hardware health of the ESX hosts
  • Gather asset inventory data for virtual machines and ESX hosts
  • Reboot the server directly from within the Orion Web Console
  • Leverage the Real-Time Event Log Viewer, the Real-Time Process Explorer, and the Service Control Manager
  • Use network interface monitoring (for Windows only)
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