We have discovered that we can manage and automate virtual machine placement on the XenServer hosts belonging to our virtual environment according to the XenServer hosts' performance and resource availability.
With Workload Balancing, we can also monitor performance and virtual server health and perform capacity analysis using historical reports.
Workload Balancing lets you generate reports on three types of objects, namely, physical hosts, resource pools, and virtual machines.
The pool should have been running Workload Balancing for a couple of hours or long enough to generate the type of data you want to display in the reports.
You will find report images acquired by different XenServer pools in ...