Whitepapers

Opsview Monitor is able to watch many different types of hosts, from networking devices to servers. We provide a package for many servers which can be installed to improve available monitoring and to make available what is happening to the...

In this technical overview we will look at automation and monitoring, and how they can be deployed to work hand-in-hand to ensure that when a problem does occur, that its impact is as small as possible....

The field of monitoring has become very good at collecting status information and performance metrics from various endpoints. However, executive stakeholders are much more interested in the performance of people and processes than of CPU,...

Monitoring data, like all operations data, is at its most valuable when it leverages a presentation layer that puts the information in the proper context for any audience. When Quality of Service (QoS) values like uptime and throughput make up...

Monitoring software does not serve the purpose of replacing technical talent. Instead, it is there to make the lives of technical resources easier by removing tedious tasks from their day. By freeing up time, these resources can be better...

Opsview Monitor has many daemons running on both the Maser and Slave Node servers to allow for efficient monitoring of hosts. Some of these daemons need to communicate between the Slave Nodes and the Master to report status information or to...

At Opsview, like in many other IT monitoring and Application Performance Management companies, we like to talk about the next generation of monitoring and the new features that are constantly being released and developed; from multi-tenancy...

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