Monitoring tools Windows Server
With an agentless approach and a single console for monitoring heterogeneous set of servers, Applications Manager is the tool for IT administrators for an easy IT management. It combines proactive monitoring of a hybrid set of applications and servers across physical, virtual and cloud environments. The server monitoring capabilities include support for:
Monitor CPU, Disk and System Processes
- Identify if CPUs are running at full capacity.
- Monitor individual CPU Core usage on the servers.
- Spot the System Processes/ Applications using high Server Resources.
Monitor Network Interface Traffic
- Identify the status of the machines in the network.
- Understand how much network load the server handles.
Inventory and Capacity Planning
- Get report on utilization of CPU, Memory, Disk I/O.
- Make sure the IT Team provisions servers on time to meet the needs of the business.
- Track the power, fan and temperature sensor reading.
- Narrow down the issues with expensive hardware repairs, by monitoring the underlying hardware.
- Monitor VMware ESX/ESXi servers, Microsoft Hyper-V servers and their guest virtual machines.
- Discover VMware resources through vCenter server.
- Automated virtual resource provisioning based on threshold violations.
Out-of-the-box support for 50+ applications
- Monitors application servers, databases, servers, middleware, web transactions, etc.
- Track various applications from a single console, making it cost effective.
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ORLANDO, Fla. -- The lack of interoperability among traditional performance monitoring tools means data centers must use -- and pay for -- multiple tools. But movement toward unified performance monitoring could change all that.