The performance data collection subsystem for vSphere collects performance data on various inventory items and their devices. Data counters define individual performance metrics. Performance metrics are organized into logical groups based on the object or object device. Statistics for one or more metrics can be displayed in a chart.
|Performance statistics for clusters configured by using vSphere Distributed Resource Scheduler, vSphere High Availability, or both.
|CPU utilization per host, virtual machine, resource pool, or compute resource.
| Statistics for datastore utilization.
Note: From VC 4.1 onwards, NFS statistics are collected under datastore statistics. For more information, see
|Disk utilization per host, virtual machine, or datastore. Disk metrics include I/O performance, such as latency and read/write speeds, and utilization metrics for storage as a finite resource.
Memory utilization per host, virtual machine, resource pool, or compute resource. The value obtained is one of the following:
|Network utilization for both physical and virtual network interface controllers (NICs) and other network devices. The virtual switches that support connectivity among all components, such as hosts, virtual machines, VMkernel.
|Energy usage statistics per host.
|Data traffic statistics per host bus adapter (HBA).
|Data traffic statistics per path.
|Overall system availability, such as the system heartbeat and uptime. These counters are available directly from hosts and from vCenter Server.
|Disk utilization and disk performance metrics for virtual machines.
|Virtual flash counters.
|Virtual Machine Operations
|Virtual machine power and provisioning operations in a cluster or data center.
|Statistics for the virtual machine replication performed by VMware vCenter Site Recovery Manager.