Management of Apache Made Easy
Applications Manager provides in-depth availability and performance monitoring of Apache Servers. Applications Manager connects to the Apache server and checks for the availability, response time and other performance metrics at regular intervals of time.
The Apache Management feature helps optimize Apache server performance and also provides comprehensive management reports. It also ensures availability and health through automated event escalation via email, SMS etc. and helps taking corrective action by executing user scripts that can help restart a service etc.
Some of the components that are monitored in Apache when Server Status and Extended Status are enabled are:
| Total Accesses
||gives the number of times Apache was accessed.
||gives the CPU load
||gives the duration for which Apache was up
||gives the number of requests per minute.
||gives the number of bytes transferred per second.
||gives the number of bytes transferred per request.
||gives the number of threads that are active
||gives the number of threads that are inactive.
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ManageEngine® Applications Manager also provides the capability to monitor performance and availability of any web application or websites using HTTP and HTTPS requests, from an end-user perspective. More info on HTTP based Web Application Monitoring.
Apache Monitoring Capabilities
- Out-of-the-box management of Apache availability and performance.
- Monitors performance statistics such as Total Accesses, CPU Load, Uptime, ReqPerMinute, BytesPerSec, BytesPerReq, BusyWorkers/Server and IdleWorkers/Server.
- Only, when Server Status and Extended Status are enabled, the above data can be monitored.
- Based on the thresholds configured, notifications and alarms are generated if the Apache or any specified attribute within the system has problems. Actions are executed automatically based on configurations.
- Performance graphs and reports are available instantly. Reports can be grouped and displayed based on availability, health, and connection time.
- Delivers both historical and current Apache performance metrics, delivering insight into the performance over a period of time.