Hyper-V Monitoring

Discover and monitor your Hyper-V environment.

Identify the CPU and memory load, disk usage and network capacity of the applications to be included in the virtual infrastructure.

Hyper-V performance counters.

Gather metrics on hypervisor, VMs, processor, network, storage and more for both your host server and VMs.

Get alerted for different metrics.

Know the status of your VM or when your memory/CPU usage starts to spike.

Extensive performance reports and graphs.

Compare and view all your stats to study the performance of your Hyper-V servers to stay on top of outages.

Hyper-V performance monitoring simplified.

By using the virtualization technology, Microsoft Hyper-V (formerly known as Windows Server Virtualization) creates and manages a virtualized computing environment. As they turn out to be important players in the virtualization space, monitoring Hyper-V health and performance is critical to know if they are performing well at all times.

Complete overview of your Hyper-V environment.

View an aggregate summary of all the active, down and trouble virtual machines (VMs) in your Hyper-V environment. Also, get their CPU/memory usage and the processor count. Analyze active resource consumption, and manage them based on CPU and memory usage to ensure adequate resource allocation for all your VM groups.

Oversee each individual VM.

Get details on the CPU usage, replication and parent checkpoint of each VM. Stats on the replication mode and its health prove useful to ensure workload continuity and recovery when outages occur. Checkpoints help recreate a specific state or condition to troubleshoot a problem.

Measuring processor performance.

Virtual machines are provided a certain number of virtual processors, which use up resources on actual processor cores on the server (logical processors). Knowing the amount of cores that the virtual machine can see and use in a system and the rate of hypercalls made on the virtual processor is essential for Hyper-V performance management.

Networking and virtual network stats.

Monitor the health of virtual network adapters and virtual switch by knowing their bytes traversal and packets traversal per second. This helps to identify and assess the resource load on each network connection to prevent rapid increase in the number of VMs on a single host server, that could lead to a system crash.

Get metrics on storage and virtual storage.

Storage issues can have a direct impact on the performance of the end-user application. Thus, it is critical to analyze the disk usage of the entire Hyper-V environment as well as for each VM. Gain inputs on read/write/flush operations and the number of errors occured on the virtual device.

Manage your VMs right.

Set the startup, minimum/maximum physical memory that a VM is allowed to use and the total number of processors allocated to that VM. Decide how each individual VM has to act in the Hyper-V environment by using the start/stop/restart options.

Hyper-V Server Monitoring





(paid annually)

We can monitor 1000+ Servers per account.

Sample pricing
Monitor 10 Servers at $9/month.
Monitor 100 Servers at $89/month*.
That works out to approx.~ $1 per server! Each Server (irrespective of CPU/RAM) is a Basic Monitor
* - Checkout the Classic plan under All-in-one plans.
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Basic Monitor Add-ons
  • Additional 10 Servers/Websites: $15/month
  • Additional 50 Servers/Websites: $50/month
  • Additional 500 Servers/Websites: $500/month
Advanced Monitor Add-ons
  • Additional 2 Applications/Advanced Windows Apps/Synthetic Web: $20/month
  • Additional 5 Applications/Advanced Windows Apps/Synthetic Web: $60/month
  • Additional 25 Applications/Advanced Windows Apps/Synthetic Web: $250/month

Server Monitoring Features

Server Uptime with Special False Alert Protection
  • Monitor over 30 Metrics like CPU, memory, disk, NIC and Inventory
  • Oversee Services, Processes, Syslogs and Windows Events
  • 50+ out of the box Plugins for monitoring applications like Cassandra, MySQL, Tomcat etc.
  • Write your own plugin to monitor an application and push upto 25 metrics per plugin
  • Check resources on server including URL, Port, NFS, File and Directory
  • Server Tools to view your Processes, Services, Windows Event Logs from our web client
  • Detailed Root Cause Analysis for every server downtime
  • Use our Mobile App to start/stop services on your server or receive push notifications
  • Use IT Automation to take corrective steps if there is a performance problem

Platforms & Applications Supported

  • Windows, Linux, FreeBSD & OS X
  • Microsoft IIS Monitoring
  • Microsoft Hyper-V
  • Microsoft SQL Monitoring
  • VMware Virtualization
  • Microsoft Exchange Monitoring
  • Docker Containers
  • Microsoft SharePoint Monitoring
  • Amazon Web Services (AWS)
  • Microsoft Office 365 Monitoring
  • Network Monitoring
  • Microsoft BizTalk Monitoring
  • Microsoft Failover Cluster Monitoring
  • Microsoft Active Directory Monitoring

List of Basic monitors:

Server (One Server, irrespective of CPU/RAM, is a Basic Monitor)

Amazon Web Services


List of Advanced monitors:

Select from over 50+ out-of-the-box plugins. You can also write custom plugins. 25 custom metrics per plugin included. One plugin is free per Server. Additional plugin on Server will be accounted as one additional Basic Monitor.

List of Advanced monitors:

Network monitoring licensing is purely based on the number of interfaces that are monitored. It is mandatory to have at least one active interface in order to monitor a device. While ten performance counters per device can be monitored for free, every additional ten is counted as one interface.

Premium support includes email, community, chat and phone.

List of Advanced monitors:

Every webpage that is loaded in the browser is considered as a page view, irrespective of the number of resources that are loaded behind. For example, for a single page to load, there are various resource calls for images, css, etc, which are not counted in page views. Only the webpage that the user visits is counted as page views.

Credits are auto-refilled every month, however left over refilled credits are not carried forward to the next month.