Vyapin Virtualization Management Suite enables you to manage your Hyper-V based virtual machines from a central desktop application. The application allows you to audit and report Virtual machines and Hosts across your network. You can periodically check for VM sprawl (uncontrolled/unplanned growth of VMs) by discovering all the VMs in your network and identifying active, inactive and infrequently used VMs. You can then perform insightful actions to optimize and govern your VM infrastructure better.
Share VM Reports Tool
View the status and configuration of multiple Hyper-V VMs in a single report.
Monitor the Health of multiple VMs in a single view and store the data as long-term history for future workload analysis
Provision VMs in a planned and consistent manner – enables you to allocate, distribute and utilize resources and manage VM workloads better.
Create reusable configuration templates for grouping VMs based on their functions – for example, all testing VMs and development VMs may be configured differently but the configurations can be saved for reuse later.
Identify VM sprawl – Remove and recycle all unwanted VMs.
Prevent VM sprawls by allowing only designated users to use the application and create VMs.
Displays all VM Hosts and VMs in all domains in your network. The report displays the following details: Host Name, VM Name, VM State, Created Date, Notes, Heartbeat, Number of Processors, Guest Operating System, DNS Name.
Discover all VMs and Hosts in your network
Report shows virtual memory information for each VM. The report displays the following details: Host Name, VM Name, State, Startup Memory (MB), Dynamic Memory Enabled, Minimum Memory (MB), Maximum Memory (MB), Assigned Memory (MB), Memory Demand (MB), Status, Memory Buffer (%), Memory Weight, Status Recorded as on.
View virtual memory usage in each VM
Report shows virtual CPU information for each VM. The report displays the following details: Host Name, VM Name, State, Number of Processor, Characteristics, Status, LoadPercentage, Virtual machine reserve (Percentage), Virtual machine limit(Percentage), Relative weight, Status Recorded as on.
View CPU load for each VM
Report shows virtual network settings for each VM. The report displays the following details: Host Name, VM Name, State, Adapter, Connection, Connection Type, IP Address, Status, Status Recorded as on.
View virtual network configuration of each VM
Report shows replication information for each VM. The report displays the following details: Host Name, VM Name, State, Replication Type, Replication State, Replication Health, Current Primary Server, Current Replica Server, Last synchronized at, Status Recorded as on.
View replication status for each VM
Report shows current state information for each VM. The report displays the following details: Host Name, VM Name, State, CPU Usage (%), Memory Usage (MB), Up Time, Replication Health, Currently Logged on User, User Logged on Since, Status Recorded as on.
View current status of each VM
Report shows snapshots information for each VM. The report displays the following details: Host Name, VM Name, State, Snapshot Name, Creation Time, Snapshot Path, Status Recorded as on.
Instant view of basic details of each VM
Virtual Hard Disks
Report shows virtual disk information for each VM. The report displays the following details: Host Name, VM Name, State, Hard Disk Name, Format, Type, Location, Maximum Disk Size (GB), Current File Size (GB), Parent Path.
Virtual HDD status update
Report shows integration services information for each VM. The report displays the following details: Host Name, VM Name, State, Operating system shutdown, Time synchronization, Data Exchange, Heartbeat, Backup (Volume snapshot), Status Recorded as on.
View integration service of each VM
Report shows virtual DVD drives information for each VM. The report displays the following details: Host Name, VM Name, State, Mounted Media, Controller, Location, Status Recorded as on.
Virtual DVD drives status update
All VM Settings
This is a powerful report that lets you see all VM settings for multiple VMs. The report displays configuration information of each VM in separate columns. This allows you to compare the configuration of each VM side by side and lets you analyze VMs that have similar workloads. The information displayed contains: Startup Memory, Dynamic Memory Enabled, Minimum Memory, Maximum Memory, Assigned Memory, Memory Buffer, Memory Demand.
Yes, you may delete this error log file. Virtualization Management Suite generates an error log file in the common application data path. The error log file tends to increase in size over a period of time especially if the application meets with frequent error conditions. The application does an "append" to the error log each time it runs. This is required for diagnostic purposes during trouble shooting. You may delete the error log file periodically.
When the enumeration settings option is set to 'Use ADSI'. Virtualization Management Suite uses ADSI for enumerating servers present in a domain. During this process, Virtualization Management Suite tries to connect to the Active Directory Server (Domain Controller) of the specified domain internally. If Virtualization Management Suite is unable to find the domain controller for the selected domain, it will display the corresponding message. The following may be one of the reasons for such scenario:
Virtualization Management Suite allows the users to customize report views using the ‘Customize’ button. The ‘Customize’ button maintains the fields displayed in a report for each Host/VM. Verify whether ‘Customize button’ is highlighted in the report window. If so, you may have used the customize tool and selected the fields to display. The customized fields will be stored and used even when the application is closed and re-opened.
The ‘Filter’ button maintains the data to be displayed in a report for each Host/VM under each report category. Verify whether the ‘Filter button’ is highlighted in the report window. If so, you may have used the Filter tool and provided the conditions for displaying a sub-set of information. The filter conditions set will be stored and used even when the application is closed and re-opened.
For retrieving Hyper-V Server information, Virtualization Management Suite creates schedule tasks in Windows Task Scheduler. Based on the settings provided in the Schedule Reports Wizard, the task will run under the specified user account context and retrieve Hyper-V Server information at specified intervals.
This message pops up when you do not have access to the requested data or the data may be unavailable in the destination Host/VM. Ensure that the current user context has sufficient privileges to read the requested information from the Host/VM.
You can maintain a "named" favorite list of host computers by using the Scan Profiles feature. The Scan Profiles feature allows you to create user-defined profiles for repeated use to scan a subset of host computers in the network.
Supported Windows client platform
Supported Windows server platform
* It is highly recommended to have the latest service pack installed on Windows.
.NET Framework 4.0 or higher with the latest service packs.
* Enterprise / Standard / Developer / Express edition running in local / remote computer with latest Service Pack.