Any network will consist of different type of servers such as file servers, web servers, email servers, compute servers and application servers. Server Monitoring from NetTechInfovision provides insights into the reliability of the server hardware such as Uptime, CPU, Memory and Storage. In addition, Server monitoring can also indicate whether a particular server is performing the exact function that it is supposed to provide. Server monitoring is an essential tool in determining functional and performance failures in the infrastructure assets.
Our Remote Server Monitoring includes 24x7 server monitoring, server health and other well-being check. The checks are followed up with a systems report and suggested courses of action in the event an issue is reported.
We typically monitor a standard set of metrics including CPU utilization, disk space, memory utilization, temperature and fan status. We can also monitor applications, along with any custom server metrics you may be interested in having monitored.
In addition to monitoring system level services like HTTP, LDAP, SMTP etc., we also monitor Windows Services e.g. Alerter, FTP, Net Logon, DHCP Server, IAS, Print Spooler etc.
Using ping responses, server monitoring provides information on Server availability and uptimes.
Whenever a server goes does, the monitoring tool can provide immediate alerts.
Corrective actions can then be taken to get the server back online thereby minimizing failures in the infrastructure.