SolarWinds Simplifies Data Center Management with Support for Cisco
Unified Computing System Components
By uniting computing, networking, storage access, and virtualization into a next generation data center platform, the Cisco® Unified Computing System™ (UCS) revolutionizes the virtualized environment.
Orion NPM simplifies the management of your UCS components with a single unified view.
Orion Network Performance Monitor (NPM) simplifies the management of your UCS components by providing a single unified view of your data center network health. Learn more about how solutions from SolarWinds will help you achieve end-to-end visibility into physical and virtual interface cards, fabric interconnects, Cisco 1000V virtual switches, and UCS B-Series blade server performance.
View the Health of Your Cisco Unified Computing System Components Through Single Pane of Glass
The Cisco Unified Computing System improves IT responsiveness to rapidly changing business demands. This next-generation data center platform accelerates the delivery of new services simply, reliably, and securely through end-to-end provisioning and migration support.
The Orion product family simplifies the management of your Cisco Unified Computing System components by providing a unified view of data center network health through a single pane of glass.
Managing Your Cisco Unified Computing System Components with Orion:
- Gain end-to-end visibility into physical and virtual interface cards, fabric interconnects, Cisco 1000V virtual switches, and UCS
B-Series blade server performance
- Monitor, alert, and report on key performance statistics, such as average response time, packet loss, and buffer misses using Orion Network Performance Monitor (NPM)
- Analyze network traffic using Cisco NetFlow technology for your UCS devices using Orion NetFlow Traffic Analyzer (NTA) to easily identify which users, applications, and protocols are consuming the most network bandwidth
- Receive, process, forward, and send syslog messages from your UCS devices using Orion NPM’s built-in syslog viewer