If I need to monitor Windows services aren't I just better off with a point solution?
- Monitoring Linux, virtualized environments or cloud-based workloads with Windows point solutions.
- Understanding how high CPU utilization, insufficient memory, and disk storage on Windows servers impact business service delivery.
- Pin-pointing rogue processes that consume excess server resources and cause Windows-based applications to fail.
- Identifying which failing hardware component may be adversely impacting Windows server downtime.
- Monitoring all Window server versions and a heterogeneous set of Microsoft applications like Exchange, Active Directory and SQL Server with one platform.
- Out-of-the-box monitoring for the full Windows stack - Windows servers, Microsoft .NET, Microsoft SQL server databases, Microsoft IIS Web servers, and Microsoft Exchange servers.
- Getting notified when the CPUs on your Windows machines are running at full capacity or when a particular Windows process fails.
- Monitoring Windows server disk activity in real-time and catching disk I/O bottlenecks before they occur.
- An unified monitoring platform that's capable of tracking the health of the network interface.
Why use Opsview Monitor for Windows monitoring?
A single platform to monitor, alert, and visualize events and consolidated performance metrics for Windows alongside other technologies.
Platform availability reports for all Windows-based workloads that demonstrate operational efficiency to stakeholders and customers.
Business Service Monitoring visualizes and monitors all Windows based workloads and allows you to demonstrate the true availability of the solution.
Support for the latest Windows versions and legacy platforms like Windows 2000.
Notifications sent to the right team member, at the right time, in the best way, with Opsview Notifications or cloud native options, such as Twilio voice / text, Opsview Monitor’s Mobile app, Amazon’s SNS, or even a Slack message.
Automatically discover all your Windows systems and start monitoring them using best practice templates.