Monitis Applications Programing Interface to extend, automate and customize monitoring
By Hovhannes Avoyan on Apr, 12, 2012
Using scripting and the Custom Monitor functionality in Monitis you can monitor not only system metrics but also how other resources are used. To give an example we’ll use a scenario that involves an Active Directory security group used to grant access to a color printer on your print server. In your organization you may… Read the full post
By zhirayr on Apr, 06, 2012
All systems require a degree of monitoring. We monitor on premise installations for usage, performance, outages, tracing, and for a multitude of other reasons. Services which are deployed on premise operate in a controlled environment. The organisation’s IT team is very much aware of what systems are running on the organisation’s servers. It is an… Read the full post
By Dan Fruehauf on Apr, 03, 2012
M3 – The Custom Monitors Swiss Tool M3 has been around for a while, receiving numerous improvements on the way. We can gladly announce it as a mature infrastructure now for server monitoring, together with Monitis. M3 lets you, the end user, easily configure checks and upload the data to Monitis. And this time –… Read the full post
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By zhirayr on Mar, 23, 2012
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By Dan Fruehauf on Mar, 12, 2012
ntop bandwidth monitor ntop is a very simple yet powerful bandwidth monitor which outputs various statistics counters in RRD. RRD – Round Robin Database – is a very handy framework for saving server performance counters in a ring buffer. We can say that if we would like to graph network performance, ntop does most of… Read the full post
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By Jeremiah Shirk on Mar, 06, 2012
As a system administrator, you know that one of the key components of the job is understanding, in minute detail, the performance characteristics and capacity of your systems. While there exists an enormous variety of tools available to measure the performance of various aspects of your systems, wouldn’t you rather have one tool that could… Read the full post