So you think you have a good IT plan. You’re in year two of a five year plan but budget cuts hamper your ability to complete the rest of the plan. Declining enrollment is expected for the next few years so budgets will shrink which means fewer resources to execute your plan. You throw your hands in the air and wonder why you spent so much time planning when you have very little ability to influence the outcome.
Back pressure is a system resource monitoring feature of the Microsoft Exchange Transport service that exists on Microsoft Exchange 2013 Mailbox servers and Edge Transport servers. What this means is that the Exchange server monitors key resources, such as hard drive space and memory, and under pressure, can take action to prevent service unavailability. While this can prevent system resources from being completely exhausted, back pressure can cause service degradation.
VMware is a virtualization platform many of our clients use – both VMware ESX and ESXi. VMware allows hardware resources to be utilized better and deploys new servers with much less effort than ever before. With Intelligent Monitoring you will have easy access to all key VMware performance information including information on VMware performance, resource consumption, and snapshots – just to name a few.