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New Cloud Reporter Release – 1.6.0.0

We’ve been thrilled with the response to our Cloud Reporter product. Customers like Cushman Wakefield, have seen the value we’ve provided and are using Cloud Reporter to forecast their future virtualized capacity needs.
 
How-to: Change the Live Maps Web Console connection Session State

How-to: Change the Live Maps Web Console connection Session State

The default installation of the Live Maps Web Console will use an ‘In Process’ mode to maintain the Session State of the connections to the Live Maps Web Console and the Operations Manager Management Server. The ‘In Process’ Session State Mode is maintained within the Application Pool that is used by the Live Maps Web Console. The Live Maps Web Console can be reconfigured to use the ‘ASP.NET State Service’ to maintain the connection between the Live Maps Web Console and the OM Management Server using the steps listed.

Cloud Reporter: What-If Scenario Modelling

We recently debuted Cloud Reporter our auditing, predictive capacity planning, and virtual machine right-sizing tool for Hyper-V. However, the product has been in the hands of select beta customers for some time and they’ve provided us valuable input in shaping the direction of the product.

Christian Booth talks about Cloud Reporter

Savision's Cloud Reporter brings additional proactive capacity planning to Microsoft environments, helping reduce unplanned downtime and hardware expenditures
 
Are you ready for Hyper-V?

Are you ready for Hyper-V?

With the release of Windows Server 2012, and more recently Windows Server 2012 R2, there is no doubt that VMware no longer has the wide technical advantage over Hyper-V it once had. In terms of virtual machine size limits, high-availability options and other enterprise features like live migration, Hyper-V can be considered a viable hypervisor option for any sized organization. Despite these advancements, there are still a few gaps in the Microsoft Hyper-V offering. Microsoft often leans on the partner ecosystem to fill these gaps. Savision is focused on providing solutions to customers that fill these gaps. For example: Live Maps has been filling visualization and business application/service modeling gaps in Microsoft System Center for many years now.