Custom Analytics and Reporting

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Create your own vSphere reports, queries and analytics

CloudPhysics drag-and-drop tools make it fast and easy to build customized vSphere reporting and analytics. Drilling into reports, you can iteratively explore your data for better insight.

For when you want it your way

Sometimes you need to dig into a particular problem, create a custom report for your manager, or just do your own analysis. That could take hours to days of writing scripts to pull data off vCenter from different sources while trying not to cause a performance problem with vCenter itself. And then putting it all together into a spreadsheet and making pretty charts – not to mention sharing it with others on your team. This can take hours to days and require expertise both in scripting and how vCenter and vSphere work.

Make it fast and easy with CloudPhysics CardBuilder

CloudPhysics CardBuilder makes it extremely fast and easy to answer questions that are specific to your environment. You can create your own custom vSphere reports and analytics ad hoc and on demand. And you can avoid the time it takes (or tedium it creates) to identify all the data sources, script to get the data, and then create the visuals you need. All you have to do is drag-and-drop all the relevant pieces of data onto a canvas, and we’ll automatically generate visualizations that you can filter, zoom in and out of, export as images, PDFs, or spreadsheets, and share.

You can answers questions like:

  • Do I have thin provisioned disks on space constrained datastores?

  • Are all the VMs on a particular host experiecing read latency or just one?

  • Which VMs are at risk of running out of space?

  • Why is the CPU ready time so high on one VM, but not all the VMs, on this host?

  • How much CPU and memory overcommitment is going on for all the VMs on a host?

  • Which VMs don’t have HA protection?

  • Which hosts have a specific BIOS version?

  • Which VMs are running a particular OS?

  • And much more.