Stay on top of server outages and performance issues using Site24x7 server monitoring tool. Monitor your entire infrastructure and get in-depth visibility into key performance indicators of Windows, Linux, FreeBSD and OS X servers in your data center.
Start monitoring 10 servers for just $9/month. Try out our free server monitoring feature.
Use our 50+ plugin integrations and monitor application, database servers and more including MySQL, Postgres, Tomcat, GlassFish etc. Execute thousands of Nagios plugins without a Nagios server. Perform custom script monitoring to retrieve data specific to your needs.
Automatically discover devices in your network and continuously monitor critical metrics and performance of network devices. Analyze performance of routers, switches, firewalls and other critical network devices.
Add multiple servers in one go.
For Windows, facilitate bulk installation using Remote Commands, Active Directory via Group Policy Object (GPO), Custom Scripts and Remote Installation. For Linux, bulk installation is done via Chef, SaltStack, Puppet and Ansible.
Accurately find the causes of your server downtime. Site24x7 uses event logs, crash reports, CPU, memory and disk utilization, and processes to give you an in-depth analysis of what caused your server to go down.
Monitor CPU, memory, and disk usage.
Track key metrics such as CPU usage broken down by processor or by core, interruptions and context switches with Site24x7. Capture critical memory usage metrics by gaining inputs on used and free memory, and memory pages (In/out/fault) to help understand your capacity. Analyze disk utilization and disk (I/O) to help you find the optimal disk capacity and ensure nonstop usage.
Keep a close eye on traffic to determine what capacity your network is running at. Visualize input and output traffic, along with their bandwidth utilization. Gain inputs on:
Speed and status of the network interface
Processes and services monitoring.
Processes and Windows services can be seen in real-time and individually monitored, so you no longer have to wonder which process caused a server spike. Start and stop Windows services from a single console and view all the information in an integrated dashboard.