Monitoring options

What can be monitored?

Network elements

with SNMP support
  • Bandwidth in/out
  • CPU usage

Servers

With Windows or Linux agent installed
  • RAM, CPU usage
  • Free disk space
  • Running processes

Email-server

Ubiquitous linux e-mail: Postfix
  • Number of sent/received messages
  • Number of rejected messages
  • Message queue length

Firewalls

Mikrotik, FortiGate and others
  • CPU usage
  • FW rule hit count
  • Statistics of traffic shaping

Technological data

PC- or network-connected sensors
  • Temperature
  • Voltage, current

Backup

Acronis, rsync
  • Last backup time
  • Error while backing up
  • Free disk space

Storage

NAS, NFS, CIFS, disk arrays
  • Free and occupied space
  • Reading and writing throughput
  • RAID array status
  • Disk failures

UPS

  • Mains power status
  • Input and output voltage
  • Power usage
  • Battery capacity

Switches

  • Active and inactive ports
  • Traffic in/out
  • Error count
  • Spanning tree

Wireless access points

MikroTik, Ubiquiti etc.
  • Signal level
  • Number of clients
  • Capacity of channels

Workstations

With agent installed
  • User logged in
  • Network usage
  • Usage of CPU, RAM
  • Disk space

Services

Web applications, application servers, virtual machines. The services you provide to your clients and the services you use.
  • Availability
  • Latency
  • SLA

View of collected data

You can view both current and historical values for all data you collect. It is also possible to calculate average, minimum, maximum and other data for the selected time period.

Tabular display of current values

For selected monitored devices you can view the last saved values using a spreadsheet.

Display a graphic map

You can place your device on a map to view selected current and historial values.

Graph view of the progress

From the data you get you can create a bar graph that displays the progress of values over time or a pie chart that displays the current distribution of values (e.g. disk usage by individual users).

Alerts

You can set a limit for the tracked values. As soon as it's reached, you´ll be alerted: At the same time it si possible to start automatic action.

Alelrt examples

To illustrate the variability of the alert system, here are some examples:

CPU utilization is over 80% over the past 30 minutes

Wake on lan

The ability to wake the workstation or device directly from monitoring.

Remote Desktop

sConnect to the workstation directly from your web browser – without the need to install aditional software. You can monitor the user´s activity (screen) and give him direct assistance by controlling the keyboard and mouse.

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