Vanilla 5 – New Features 7 – Hypervision

Dear Readers,

Hypervision is not really a new feature, as it’s part of our commercial offer since 2012.But it’s worth remining its existence, especially with rapid emergence of cluster of Vanilla servers in private clouds.

Since 2012, many customers have chosen Hypervision to manage their Vanilla platform, usually with multiples servers (Etl & WorkFlow server, Bi server, Reporting and Olap Server), and feedback on Hypervision usage is just crazy nice, as the package does its job, and do it very well !

With Vanilla 5, Hypervision has been upgraded to support the lastest technical & interfaces features (Osgi Api upgrade, new features interfaces). As a reminder, please find below some key features of the package. What is interesting to notice is those screenshots have been sent by Bpm-Conseil integration team, as they are using Hypervision on a daily basis to manage some customer platform.

Cluster Configuration & Visualization

Cluster Configuration

Cluster Configuration

Cluster Architecture Visualization

Cluster Architecture Visualization

Package Management & Deployment between servers (dev & prod)

Package Deployment

Package Deployment

Report & ETL process Management, log Analysis

Report Monitoring

Report Monitoring

ETL Monitoring

ETL Monitoring

Log Analysis

Log Analysis

Function to stress cluster of servers

Stress Scenario

Stress Scenario

Olap Cache Management

Olap Model Management

Olap Model Management

Olap Cache Management

Olap Cache Management

There is no package like Hypervision when it comes to monitor cluster of servers ! Vanilla Hypervision stands in this list of awesome package we provide to Admin team to help them in their daily job, managing process, configuration, testing & stressing cluster, clearing & refreshing caches, etc … once you start using Hypervision, you can’t stop using it !

Have Fun !

Patrick

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