Monitoring and statistics
You can monitor load on RAM, CPU, and monitor % of the occupied disk space of virtual machines on the cluster in real time.
Load statistics can be displayed for a selected period of time (previous day, month, desired range, etc.), an interval (days, hours, minutes), a cluster node, and virtual machines (you can choose a specific server, or all or Top 10 servers).
On practice, this means that a VPS provider can quickly define who consumes much RAM or creates high traffic load and influences his neighbors on the cluster node. This information will help make a decision about migration of the virtual machine to another physical server.
A cluster is a logical bundle of servers unified by the type of their physical equipment, territory, or functions they perform. By having a cluster of servers, you can easily apply general settings, install updates, or provide other mass operations with virtual machines on all nodes in the cluster at one time.
You can have unlimited clusters in VMmanager which allows you to organize hybrid infrastructure by e.g. separating physical and cloud servers. You can apply general settings on all virtual machines in the cluster, or install mass updates and scripts simultaneously.