sysmon is highly readable as it is, and we need the existing format for interpreting reports in themselves. But I think you mean something else ...
We have a set of commercial scripts for both sysmon and vmstat, to:
• set it up to run properly, to a plan (eg. every hour, for a full hour)
• awk the 24 (or whatever) output files and extract sysmon/vmstat metrics
• bcp or insert them into a set of tables (true Fact-Dimension sysmon & vmstat metrics)
• procs to produce aggregate metrics (server, cache, device, etc, etc)
• pivot them as you like
• store the result set as .csv files
• intended for loading into Numbers or OpenOffice or Excel
so that with a few keystrokes, in a few seconds, you can produce meaningful charts. (That is a real production server, I am about 80% complete with a Performance Tuning exercise; fragmentation has not been addressed yet; the network is now the bottleneck.)
Of course, you can interrogate the tables using simple SQL, and store/archive/purge the metrics for whatever duration you like.
Drop me an email (from my profile) if you are interested.