The root process is EssentialsDM. Something is killing that process which in turn shuts down the other processes. It is not uncommon for a Java process to take up 1.1 GB of RAM. Some of them have a max heap size of 1 GB or more.
Memory may be an issue, but it depends on the number of devices you are managing. Also, what version of VMWare is this?
It would also be helpful to see your EssentialsDM.log and EssentialsDM_Server.log.
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