Depending on the vendor, the HCI management layer provides a variety of different elements that native hypervisor management tools do not. Each hypervisor vendor has its own way of doing things, so management capabilities differ from one to the next. Additionally, some hypervisor vendors offer supplementary management tools. Microsoft, for example, provides Hyper-V Manager with its hypervisor, but also offers customers System Center Virtual Machine Manager, which is a separately licensed but far more capable management tool.
Similarly, hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) vendors each have their own nuances, so HCI management tools vary as well. Having said that, HCI management tools usually provide a more cohesive monitoring and management experience than what you get with standard hypervisor management tools.
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