DETAILED MONITORING OF YOUR POOL
XenToolBox allows you perform a detailed monitoring of the status of your Pool.
You can review general data like the total number of CPUs of the Pool or the available RAM space. You can also check a list of the hosts and their VM with information about the number of CPUs of each of them, allocated memory, percentage of use of the CPU and an indicator of the status of the VM. The XenToolBox allows you to reboot, stop and start your VM with just one click!
For a more detailed monitoring, you can access the files of each host and each VM.
XenToolBox also provides information on the Storage Repositories.
DETAILED MONITORING OF YOUR HOSTS
XenToolBox provides a file with detailed information of each host.
Performance graphs show in real time the performance of the CPU and the network traffic rate.
List of VM of the Host. Shows if the VM are on or not, and allows you to perform several actions such as reboot, stop or start your VM with just one click. It shows the allocated RAM and the percentage of use of each VM.
List of Storage Repositories of the Host, with detailed information of each of them and graphs that show the available storage space.
ACCESS VIA VNC REVERSE PROXY
XenToolBox proxy incorporates a technology that allows access from anywhere to your VMs through a VNC console.
Following our philosophy of doing everything as simple as possible for the user has motivated us to get access to your virtual machines without any additional configuration, through a html5 based applet with java support for older browsers.
INDIVIDUAL VM MONITORING
XenToolBox provides a file with detailed information of each VM.
Performance graphs show in real time the performance of the CPU, the memory being used, the network traffic rate, rate of reading and writing to disk.
For each VM, you can perform several actions such as reboot, stop or start your VM with just one click
History of exports of the VM with detailed information such as: status of the export, date, start time, duration and size