Management Pack for KVM

The Blue Medora VMware vRealize Operations Management Pack for KVM is an embedded adapter for vRealize Operations (vROps), collecting performance data from your KVM systems and providing predictive analysis and real-time information about problems in your infrastructure—all within the vRealize Operations user interface.

Notable Features

The Management Pack harnesses powerful vRealize Operations features such as:

  • 4 comprehensive monitoring dashboards:
    • KVM Overview
    • KVM Relationships
    • KVM Host Details
    • KVM VM Details
  • Key performance metrics such as CPU/Memory Usage, Storage Capacity, Storage/Network IOPS, Storage Network Throughput, and Power State
  • 13 total views providing summaries, counts, and trends for KVM hosts, storage pools, and VMs
  • Relationship mapping between your KVM virtual storage, network, and compute resources
  • Memory and CPU capacity planning via Analysis Badges for KVM host systems and VMs
  • Detailed alerts and recommendations

Release Notes

VersionRelease DateDescription
1.1.0.20180315.202846April 12, 2018
  • Updated for vROps 6.7 compatibility (For information about general vROps 6.7 impact on our management packs, see our 6.7 Support Knowledge Article.)

  • Changed default metrics shown on dashboards for VMware objects

  • Deprecated the following Views (KVM):
    • KVM Storage Pool Badge Analysis Summary

    • KVM Network Badge Analysis Summary

  • Updated the following Views (KVM):
    • KVM Host Badge Analysis Summary

    • KVM VM Badge Analysis Forecast Trend

    • KVM VM Badge Analysis Summary

  • Updated the following Reports (KVM):
    • KVM VM Report

    • KVM Storage and Network Report

    • KVM Host Report

  • Added support for full uninstall of the management pack

6.0.10100004September 30, 2016
  • Added support for True Visibility Suite licensing
  • Improved logging verbosity
6.0.10100001December 11, 2015Initial General Availability release for vRealize Operations 6.0 and 6.1

Known Issues / Limitations

  • Windows-based vRealize environments are not currently supported.
  • TLS-based authentication has not been tested.


See also:

System Requirements (KVM)