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VMAN and SAM AppStack

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Created by Lori Krell_ret, last modified by Melanie Boyd on Nov 22, 2016

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Server & Application Monitor (SAM) monitors and reports on the applications in your environment as nodes. An integral feature of SAM is the AppStack, a visual representation of your environment from the top most layers of groups and applications, down through to the lowest layers of pools, servers, and storage arrays. Orion Platform products integrated with SAM add additional data to the AppStack.

With Virtualization Manager integrated, you can view virtual machines in your environment including hosts, clusters, datacenters, virtual centers, and more.

  • Review the AppStack to locate issues and drill-down through the environment layers to determine the root cause
  • Gain at-a-glance status for all objects
  • Hover over objects to display additional information
  • Select represented nodes to access details pages for additional info and troubleshooting


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To use VMAN with Orion Platform products:

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18:32, 21 Nov 2016