Cloud Resource Meter for Linux
Cloud Resource Meter for Linux allows you to meter consumption in any Linux environment providing unparalleled insight into resource consumption – all for free and all right from the 6fusion UC6 Console.
6fusion’s patent-pending algorithm, the Workload Allocation Cube (WAC), is at the core of Cloud Resource Meter and normalizes the way cloud infrastructure is metered both for suppliers and consumers of cloud computing. 6fusion’s Cloud Resource Meter installs in your Linux environment in minutes, and allows users to view “real time” WAC consumption information at a glance for the entire system or any specific Linux application. Users can view real time, short-term and long-term historical data, as well as run and export reports by simply logging into 6fusion’s UC6 console on the web.
Key benefits of 6fusion’s Cloud Resource Meter:
- Accurate Cost Projections – Accurately gauge the costs of running in the cloud before deployment and distribute IT costs across internal departments or customers for use of compute resources.
- Metered Reporting – Generate workload meter reports to view compute resource consumption – both historically and in real time, allowing for efficiency checks and any necessary administrative adjustments.
- Efficiently Allocate Compute Resources – Determine optimal hardware requirements and/or efficiency for new and existing projects in public or private clouds.
- Single Pane of Glass – All workloads being metered in your Linux environment, along with those running live in the cloud, can be viewed through a single console.
- Ultimate Flexibility – Meter any workload, including web applications or traditional client/server applications – running on either physical or virtual servers.
- Benchmark Reporting Consumption – Since the Cloud Resource Meter uses the same reporting engine as live workloads in the cloud, reporting consumption data can be easily benchmarked.