Accurate real-time server monitoring is the key to success for any large business. Your network probably consists of several devices that are constantly checked. When the result of the monitoring is achieved, the app informs you about it and repeats the monitoring routine.
To help you run the process seamlessly, we've built special server hardware monitoring software. Our sensors track how well your servers are working and provide you perfect detail about the information you need to ensure the system is doing well. The process is simple: sensors collect data, analyze it, evaluate the current state, and notify the user about any issues.
You can monitor an SQL server using our IT monitoring software. One fast ping results in an instant notification about the current state. In such a way, the corporate admin can rapidly react to the issue.
Sensors make it possible to conduct a wide range of operations, from detecting technical issues to server temperature status monitoring. As a whole, sensors are responsible for monitoring the state of various connected devices: servers, PCs, network equipment, etc. The principle is simple: each sensor or a number of sensors attached to the device closely track and monitor their required state. Two options are possible: a certain device is either monitored by a sensor assigned to it or one sensor monitors every device that belongs to the group. Besides that, if a group includes a number of subgroups, the sensor is applicable to them as well.
Server monitor software deals with a significant task. Using the appropriate tool, you can detect all the issues, including attacks, happening to the elements of the company network.
Server performance is crucial. If your company promotes products and services online, you have no chances at succeeding when the servers demonstrate low performance and require an upgrade. Constant server hardware monitoring allows you to take care of your HTTP servers.
Mail servers collect a lot of sensitive information. When an issue occurs, the responsible employees should have enough time to fix it and save the company from a potential hacker attack. Our Windows server monitoring software provides you with the opportunity to track the statuses and notifies you about any issues immediately after they have been detected. Network Olympus supports supports network equipment monitoring over SMTP, POP, IMAP, TCP, etc.
To set up a sensor: select the network node you would like to monitor, click on the sensor type you need, pass authorization if required, and set the parameters of the selected sensor.
There are two possible ways to get your sensor up and running. In most cases, you will want to schedule when to run the checks. Alternatively, a single, manual check can be initiated from the context menu of different widgets. You can go to the network tree or sensor list and check the current state of devices.
Sensors can also be run automatically as part of a scenario and provide for a better monitoring procedure. In this situation, issues are detected more effectively, and various actions/alerts will be executed only after sufficient checks have been made to determine the severity of the problem.
When your monitoring solution is ready, it is time to make it work well. The next step is to create actions and set up notifications.
Actions are tools for network management. Their purpose is to fix the problem automatically and change the whole state of the system. Actions can be started manually or on a schedule. The configuration wizard can assist you in this.
Notifications are another component that improves server network monitoring software efficiency. This feature notifies the responsible staff about the sensor status and action results.
Both actions and notifications are easy to create and set up, and they can considerably improve server uptime monitoring.
Running on a particular device, the sensor or action creates an event. The event contains information about the results of executing the sensor or action. There are 2 possible event statuses: up and down. Up means everything is ok, and the process is running well and successfully. The Down status serves as an indicator of the issues that arose.
Each user has access to the events on the Activity log panel. Such information as the time of execution, hostname, event status, etc. can be viewed in 2 modes: live and history. You can filter the events by certain criteria as well as change and combine different filters.
The summary and results of each monitoring session are presented on the Home and Overview panels. Here, you always have access to the information about the servers' "health".
Choose the license type that is a perfect fit for your business needs:
An unlimited number of devices for 60 days free of charge.
No activation or registration required.
No time limits. Connect up to 50 devices and/or 100 sensors.
All-in-one. For companies that have over 50 devices.
Includes 1 year of updates and free premium support.