This could put your KPI's in perspective and show how 'others' are doing - i.e. the average virtual:physical core ratio across companies of the same size is X and in your environment is Y, or similar.11 votes
This is pre-seeded idea from our early ‘private’ preview program. Wonder how many are interested.
Under direct attached storage tab it would be helpful to have another column of servers that show the top throughput list. Perhaps anpther column showing lowest would also be helpful.9 votes
There is no differentiation between local disk on Hyper-V servers and clustered storage. this is also not apparent intelligence of VMs performance when running on SMB3 file shares. I'm looking for things like "average latency for my VMs disk access" which happens to be running on a SMB3 file share.9 votes
Agreed, we don’t currently differentiate between types of disks, but we see them from the operating system’s perspective.
This said, if you know what ‘logicaldisk’ windows sees your mounted SMB volume as, have you looked at querying search like in the following example?
Type:PerfHourly ObjectName:LogicalDisk InstanceName:“C:” (CounterName:“Avg. Disk sec/Read” OR CounterName:“Avg. Disk sec/Write”) ObjectDisplayName:“COMPUTER1.contoso.com”
Collect and graph information from the "Storage Tier Optimization report" such as (SSD Tier Size Required/Size of SSD tier) and % of I/Os serviced from SSD tier8 votes
Is this in context of HyperV hosts / Capacity Management scenario?
For now I changed the Category to ‘Capacity’ Intelligence Pack, but it would be great if you could you elaborate some more on the scenario.
Request for the ability to recursively track user-added registry keys4 votes
Please bring back the Capacity and Performance Solution Pack3 votes
the projection tool is not working on Edge (attach 1) or Chrome (attach 2). It is just working on IE (attach 3).1 vote
Thanks for letting us know. We’re looking into it.
bandwith utilization per server and per process for linux1 vote
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