At Oracle OpenWorld 2019, ManageEngine announced that its Applications Manager now supports performance monitoring for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI). This enables DevOps and IT teams to gain visibility into the health and performance of the OCI Compute service, thus helping them perform root-cause analysis across public or hybrid cloud deployments. Additionally, Applications Manager now supports Oracle VM.

ManageEngine Applications Manager is said to deliver full stack monitoring to hybrid cloud environments by bringing together infrastructure monitoring, application performance monitoring and user experience monitoring into a unified solution.

The key performance indicators of OCI monitored by Applications Manager include those pertaining to compute, block volume and networking utilization modules, of both bare metal and virtual machine instances.

Oracle VM is a low overhead, VM solution that helps enterprises realize the benefits of server virtualization. The key performance metrics of Oracle VM server and virtual machines monitored by Applications Manager include those related to components like server pool, storage and repository.

The support for OCI and Oracle VM is complementary to the existing support for 100+ applications and infrastructure components, including other cloud platforms such as AWS, Microsoft Azure and OpenStack, and other virtualization technologies from VMware, Microsoft and Citrix.

Applications Manager 14.3 with Oracle Cloud Infrastructure monitoring is available immediately with prices starting at $945/year for monitoring up to 25 servers or applications.

Oracle VM monitoring is available as a beta feature in Applications Manager. The company has also announced a free, 30-day trial version of Applications Manager.

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