PlateSpin launches consolidation needs metering tool

PlateSpin, famous for the best P2V tool available on the virtualization market, PowerP2V, extends now its products portfolio introducing PowerRecon 1.0.

PowerRecon lets administrators misuring corporate physical servers key resources as CPU, disk, memory and network, calculating utilization and performance trends. This will simplify the task of discovering what servers can be consolidated and will help moving them within the virtual environment, since PowerRecon integrates with PowerP2V.

PowerRecon aims to be a must tool for every virtualization project, even if you choose another P2V solution or you choose to reinstall every physical server in a virtual machine.

The pricing model is subscription based and the starting price is $995 for monitoring 25 servers during 1 month as stated in official press release.