Galileo Performance Explorer Announces AIX UNIX and Linux Enhancements

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New reports, predictive analytics, and views identify potential operational bottlenecks and possible system slowdowns.

Galileo, a division of ATS Group and developers of Galileo Performance Explorer® software, the industry’s first cloud-based integrated infrastructure performance management (IPM) suite for servers, storage, and applications, recently announced availability of enhancements providing additional reports, predictive analytics, and views for IBM’s AIX OS and multiple Linux OS’s. The enhancements are designed to widen the scope of IT data center performance monitoring and allow IT administrators to more accurately focus on avoiding system slowdowns, while also giving them the information required for long term planning.

Included in the release are reports and predictive analytics that provide new insights and trends for fibre channel metrics, device response times, average queue size, average request size, service queue full, and more. These metrics are particularly important to monitor and analyze because they can immediately and adversely affect overall IT performance and efficiency if they aren't proactively addressed.    

The release also provides new frame views that provide access to configuration data, insights, and trends that can help guide IT administrators in setting long term IT strategies as well as staying one step ahead of potential operational bottlenecks or even possible downtime.

“Taken together, all of these new reports, analytics, and views provide valuable additional insights into the overall health and trends of IT infrastructure for Galileo AIX and Linux uses,” says Tim Conley, Principal and Co-Founder of Galileo and ATS Group. “These enhancements help IT administrators help their companies by ensuring clarity of vision into how their data centers are operating and what steps can be taken to continue efficiency and performance.”

Detailed list of enhancements:

  •     AIX/LINUX: AIX network and Fibre Channel adapter error charts
  •     AIX/LINUX: NPIV Fibre Channel adapter charts in frame view
  •     AIX/LINUX: AIX and Linux I/O queue statistics charts
  •     AIX/LINUX: Linux on POWER frame view configuration and chart enhancements
  •     AIX/LINUX: Linux Fibre Channel statistic charts for certain physical adapters
  •     AIX/LINUX: Linux inode charts and configuration data
  •     AIX/LINUX: NFS command statistics charts
  •     AIX/LINUX: Misc. configuration table additions

As a SaaS-architected IPM solution, all Galileo capabilities are immediately available for current Galileo users and accessible for evaluation via a demo with preconfigured data, a free 30-Day Trial using your own data, or by requesting a sales consultation. Galileo subscription pricing is budget friendly and is based on number of agents and total storage capacity.

About Galileo
Designed by systems engineers from real world implementations, Galileo Performance Explorer® is the industry’s first easy-to-use, cloud-based suite of integrated Infrastructure Performance Management (IPM) solutions with unified At a Glance Enterprise reporting and analytics dashboards. Galileo enables IT operational efficiency by consolidating monitoring, configuration and capacity planning capabilities into a single cost and time-saving suite for servers, storage, and applications. With a Software as a Service (SaaS) architecture and subscription pricing, installation is simple. Galileo’s deep analytics can save up to 80% in time and resources currently dedicated to infrastructure analysis versus legacy tools. Galileo supports all major server manufacturers, operating systems, Storage Area Networks (SAN) and IBM and NetApp storage systems.

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