Server Monitoring services

Complete visibility for cloud and on-premises servers
Unified view for server metrics, trends & alerts

Improved reliability and uptime is what you can expect from our advanced monitoring for incident and events that may prevent you from focusing your attention where it’s needed most: innovating and growing your business. 

Server Support

Advanced Server
Monitoring

Few organizations have the right tools, people, and processes in-house to effectively monitor their network and network devices around-the-clock while proactively responding to incidents or interruptions. Comprehensive server monitoring requires more than simple CPU and memory alerting, but we manage the configuration. We will automatically detect, monitor, and alerts on: CPU, Memory, Network and many other OS metrics for Windows, Linux, Solaris, AIX and more. Everything down to individual volume latency, TCP stats, and NTP.

Linux

Apple

Solaris

Windows

AIX

SERVER MONITORING COMPONENTS

Full access to monitoring portal with advance server trend metrics and drill-down details

CPU

Disk Capacity

Cluster node state

Ping Loss

Network adapters

Memory

IOPS

Bandwidth utilization

Topology mapping

Hardware Lifecyle

Disk IO

Processes

Documentation

Asset Discovery

Device Contract Status

SERVER MANAGEMENT IS EVERYTHING

We go beyond traditional uptime monitoring and achieve real-time observability into IT infrastructure. Reduce mean time to resolution and accelerate development with monitoring intelligence for enterprise teams.

Better Support Model

Our platform monitors complex enterprise environments, including networks, cloud, containers, servers, and more within a secure portal.  You see what we see.

Monitor on-prem and cloud-based infrastructure in the same platform with automated deployment and configuration

  • Reduce MTTR with root cause analysis
  • Diminish noisy alerts with dynamic thresholds
  • Illuminate patterns with rich visualizations and topology

Advanced Monitoring

The inventory view uses network protocols to detect and capture full details for every device on the network including make and model, serial number, IP address, and the physical switchport the device is connected to. If you know which device you’re looking for but don’t know where it’s located, you can easily find the device and every other device it’s connected to via a “single pane of glass”.

SLA Response for Severity Issues

1
Minute SLA for Severity 1 Incidents
1
Hour Regular Update Communications
1
Minute on Average Incident Response
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