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ManageEngine OpManager Plus: Product Overview and Insight
Organizations can get real-time failure insights as well as performance metrics, from OpsManager Plus, among other core infrastructure monitoring features.

8 Best Server Monitoring Software Solutions
These leading server monitoring vendors can handle virtually any type of workload. This in-depth ServerWatch roundup lists eight of the leading server monitoring vendor technologies.

Zabbix: Product Overview and Insight
Users can get started for free with the open source Zabbix platform and then scale up commercial support options as needed.

LogicMonitor Server Monitoring Software: Product Overview and Insight
LogicMonitor is one of the fastest options for getting a server monitoring infrastructure up and running. It offers an automated discovery feature that uses different protocols to rapidly find devices and applications so they can be monitored.

Solarwinds SAM: Product Overview and Insight
Solarwinds Server and Application Monitor (SAM) provides organization with core capabilities needed to manage both server and application infrastructure.

Datadog Server Monitoring Software: Product Overview and Insight
The Datadog service provides a layered set of data visualizations, helping organizations to correlate root cause and performance issues across multiple sets of disparate metrics.

Paessler PRTG: Product Overview and Insight
PRTG wins high marks from many organizations for being easy a user friendly choice for monitoring servers and other IT infrastructure.

Nagios XI Server Monitoring: Product Overview and Insight
Nagios is a great choice for server administrators looking for an open source based solution with a broad range options and a large community of users.

Zenoss: Product Overview and Insight
Zenoss is among the leading solutions for monitoring, with a robust set of integrations, known as ZenPacks, to help organizations connect to servers and services they want to watch.

Microsoft Hyper-V Server Virtualization: Product Overview and Insight
Microsoft Hyper-V has gained ground steadily over VMware and now there is little to choose between them. Hyper-V is lower cost and gains ground in terms of Microsoft integration.

Proxmox Virtual Environment: Product Overview and Insight
Focused on the central European market, Proxmox is gaining traction due to its smart combination of open-source KVM-based virtualization, software defined storage and containers.

Red Hat Virtualization: Product Overview and Insight
Red Hat's open source credentials make it well-suited to open source environments. Those already adopting Red Hat in the enterprise are unlikely to look elsewhere.

VMware vSphere: Virtualization Software Overview and Insight
The cost of vSphere may be high compared with others in this guide. But its feature set is hard to beat. It is especially strong in large enterprises with heterogeneous environments.

Virtuozzo: Product Overview and Insight
While Virtuozzo can virtualize Windows servers, it is more focused on the Linux and open source markets. It competes directly with Red Hat virtualization and other open-source platforms such as Proxmox and KVM. 

IBM PowerVM: Product Overview and Insight
IBM PowerVM provides a secure and scalable server virtualization environments, and can help provide services in the cloud faster by automating deployment of VMs and storage.

Oracle VM Server: Product Overview and Insight
Oracle VM Server for x86 enables Oracle platform and application users to run VMs without having to go to another vendor. It offers support for Windows, Linux, and Solaris guests.

8 Best Server Virtualization Software
VMware remains the virtualizaton market leader. But alternatives from the likes of Microsoft, Red Hat, Citrix, Oracle, Proxmox, IBM, Virtuozzo, and others offer plenty of competition.

Citrix Hypervisor Server Virtualization: Product Overview and Insight
Citrix Hypervisor (formerly XenServer) is a virtualization management platform optimized for application, desktop and server virtualization infrastructures.

HPE OneView: Product Overview and Insight
HPE OneView and HPE Synergy provide the ability to configure and implement the infrastructure required to support today’s complicated apps in a fraction of the time required with older hardware.

Top Ten Rack Servers
These leading rack servers can handle virtually any type of workload. This in-depth roundup lists rack servers from from economical to the most expensive.

Lenovo ThinkSystem SR950: Rack Server Overview and Insight
The SR950 is a top-of-the-line server for the most demanding workloads, at a premium price. It is aimed at enterprise users in ERP and other demanding commerce applications that facilitate business transactions.

HPE Proliant DL325: Rack Server Overview and Insight
DL325 delivers two-processor performance with one-processor economics, a claim backed up by single socket performance leadership in a key virtualization benchmark.

Lenovo ThinkSystem SR630: Rack Server Overview and Insight
The Lenovo SR630 offers plenty of memory and storage capacity, along with versatile configurations. It has world record benchmark scores for 1-processor rack server performance for compute-intensive applications.

Cisco UCS C125 M5: Rack Server Overview and Insight
Cisco UCS C125 M5 racks, with an inexpensive starting price, are the workhorses of the Cisco UCS family.

IBM Power System S922: Rack Server Overview and Insight
The IBM Power Systems S922 server is designed from the ground up for data intensive workloads like databases, analytics, leading-edge HPC workloads and artificial intelligence projects.

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