Top 8 Server Monitoring Tools
ZabbixMicrosoft Endpoint Configuration ManagerSevOne Network Data PlatformOracle Enterprise ManagerInfraon IMSNagios XISolarWinds Server and Application MonitorServiceNow Discovery
Zabbix has a roadmap and they are continuously and frequently adding new features.
They've already added extra features, such as noise-canceling and facial recognition, which is great.
We have found the scalability to be quite good.
It is a very well-rounded product. It is a complete package with all the features using which we are able to manage our PCs very efficiently.
Non SD WAN features are very stable.
Performance management reports and data insights are valuable features of this solution.
It's a useful feature to be able to see the top SQL, the number of executions, the CPU, and the resources that it's using.
I like that it's stable.
The most valuable feature is alerting. We get email alerts when a link is down that tell us which device is having a problem.
We use the solution to automatically trigger processes to help us resolve issues. The whole IT process has been automated, such as trying to map all the users and the escalation process. So, if any issue happens, we get an SMS and WhatsApp of the report. If there is a critical issue this has to be sorted out, like the entire data center being down, then there is an alarm.
Nagios XI helps us monitor the bandwidth of the internet connection, HTTP, DNS, active directory services, and exchange data availability. We have multiple servers to monitor databases, availability of servers, and ping.
Monitoring of processes and services is the most valuable feature. It is not necessarily just the server alone in terms of the CPU or the memory. We can go in-depth into services and processes.
It does a good job of collecting the data that's necessary for data centers, and IT's operations.
The initial setup is pretty easy.
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