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Add and manage virtual systems to monitor

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With VMAN, You can monitor VMware servers and Windows Server virtual machine servers. You can also monitor AWS cloud instances and volumes. In this guide, we'll cover adding a vCenter server or HyperV host to monitor in VMAN.

See the VMAN Recommended Requirements for VMAN to confirm which versions of VMware server and Hyper-V or Windows Server are supported in VMAN 8.1.

Once you're logged into the Orion Web Console, it's easy to start adding VMware vCenters and HyperV hosts.

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