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Connect the dots and find bottlenecks across your virtual and cloud infrastructure. VMware ESXi, Virtual Machines, vCSA, Storage, Network, Applications. Performance and Log data close to realtime.

30+ integrations

VMware vSphere, VMware Horizon, NetApp, Cisco, Brocade, Linux, Windows, MS SQL, Oracle, PostgreSQL, Dell PowerMax, Docker, Kubernetes, Tanzu and more

Data correlation

Use performance data, configuration data, log feeds and events correlated in one dashboard view. Get alerted based on unwanted configurations, performance deterioration, or outages.

Fully customizable

Create new dashboards or customize existing dashboards to meet your needs. Choose from more than 50 built-in dashboards that meet specific needs.

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Need clarification?

Can I run Opvizor on-premises?

Yes, Opvizor runs without any internet connectivity.

Opvizor is available as a virtual appliance that you can import into your VMware vSphere environment. Patches can be downloaded from our customer portal and installed without any internet access. 

Do I need to install any agents to collect VMware vSphere data?

Many integrations work without installing an agent:

  • VMware vSphere
  • NetApp
  • Microsoft SQL
  • Oracle
  • PostgreSQL
  • Dell PowerMax
  • Cisco UCS
  • Cisco Switches
  • Brocade Switches

Agents are required for Operating System data and some applications.

How to analyze log data?

Opvizor supports the Syslog protocol and you can simply configure the ESXi hosts, the vCSA appliance and many other systems to send data to the virtual appliance.

How well does it scale?

Opvizor has been developed with scalability and efficiency in mind. Most deployments consist of a single virtual appliance that can consume all metrics, logs and configuration data. When exceeding 100 ESXi hosts and 1500 VMs, we recommend a split into 2 virtual appliances.  In any case, you see all data within the dashboards.