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Virtual Iron Virtualization Manager

The Virtual Iron Virtualization Manager provides a central place for displaying, controlling and automating physical and virtual infrastructure. It utilizes an intuitive graphical user interface and provides a variety of advanced features including:

  • Physical hardware discovery, bare metal provisioning of Virtualization Services, and resource monitoring.
  • Virtual Infrastructure environment creation and hierarchy, visual status dashboards, access controls, performance statistics and event monitoring.
  • Virtual Server creation, configuration, management, deletion and LiveMigration™.
  • Policy-based automation including LiveCapacity™, LiveRecovery™, LiveMaintenance™ and custom policies. 
  • Reports on physical and virtual resource utilization, jobs and system events.

These features streamline tasks that are normally highly manual and time-intensive to significantly reduce data center costs and complexity. For example:

  • Consolidating many physical servers through server partitioning.
  • Creating new virtual servers in minutes with designated CPU, memory and I/O.
  • Reducing the cost and complexity of business continuity.
  • Applying out of the box policies to automate data center operations.

The Virtualization Manager controls one or more virtualized nodes – servers with an Intel or AMD processor. It automatically discovers each physical server and deploys the Virtualization Services over the network to create Virtualized Infrastructure.

Virtualization Manager Screenshot

With Virtual Iron's virtualization management capabilities, users can address a number of data center initiatives, including: