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Applications Manager offers SSL/TLS certificate monitoring which constantly checks the validity of your SSL/TLS certificates, no matter what protocol you have employed. With the aid of our SSL/TLS certificate management software, keep track of all the certificate expirations to ensure that your web servers never succumb to unsafe and insecure connections.
Applications Manager's SSL expiry monitoring helps you to:
Since many TLS and SSL certificates could be distributed across an organization, it can be difficult to track certificate expiry manually. Applications Manager acts as an effective SSL certificate expiry monitoring tool that manages several certificates automatically. Monitor the expiration of your TLS and SSL certificates to renew them on-time. Reduce operational costs and time by automatically monitoring multiple TLS/SSL certificates. Access and monitor crucial information regarding the certificates' authority to make sure they aren't blacklisted.
Our SSL expiration monitor keeps track of the expiry date of the certificate and the number of days left to expiry. By defining thresholds for the expiry date, you can trigger Applications Manager to alert you and escalate it. Track and monitor SSL certificate expiry to help renew certificates proactively and lower the likelihood of website failures and service downtime caused by expired TLS and SSL certificates.
Get maximum results by integrating Applications Manager's SSL/TLS certificate monitoring in synergy with our brand reputation monitor. Discern unsafe pages within your site and understand why— whether it was identified as a "Suspected Malware", "Phishing/Deceptive", or as an "Unwanted Software"— and quickly address to amend it. Monitor SSL certificates to get alerted immediately upon discovery of such instances and automatically escalate it via email, SMS or Slack.
Apart from monitoring SSL certificate expiration, Applications Manager also offers extensive website monitoring that can help you monitor the health, availability and performance of your websites. Gain insights into various key metrics, optimize your website performance and create seamless website experiences for your end users. Track the changes made in your websites with our website content monitor to avoid defacement of any kind.
Alongside Applications Manager's SSL/TLS certificate monitoring, you can also monitor 150+ infrastructure types — including application servers, databases, middleware, VMs, web servers and services - both on premise as well as on the cloud. Monitor SSL certificate expirations to complement your entire IT infrastructure monitoring and ensure seamless end-user experience for your patrons.
Simply download a 30-day free trial of Applications Manager's TLS/SSL certificate expiry monitor to start tracking your TLS and SSL certificates in just a few minutes!
SSL certificates or Secure Sockets Layer is a cryptographic technology that uses a snippet of code to secure web traffic to your websites.
TLS & SSL certificates are used for authenticating a website's identity to encrypt the link between browsers and web servers. It enables your websites to achieve HTTPS status by facilitating the public-private key pairing to build integrity, security, and resilience against cyber attacks.
You can check the expiration and validity of TLS and SSL certificates with the help of dedicated certificate checker tools. To ensure that you web servers never succumb to unsafe and insecure connection over expired certificates, employ the services of a SSL/TLS certificate monitoring tool like Applications Manager which has the capability to constantly remind you of certificate expirations by raising alerts.
For detailed information on configuring your own monitor, visit our help page on SSL/TLS certificate monitoring.
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