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Microsoft IIS is a web server designed for Windows Server, primarily used for hosting websites and files on the internet. You can ensure the availability and maintain optimal performance of your IIS web server with comprehensive Microsoft IIS performance monitoring tools. With Applications Manager's Microsoft IIS monitor, you can visualize the key metrics viz. the parameters related to the web server, Application Pools,and websites hosted on the IIS server, and resolve performance problems before they affect end users.
When the IIS application pool is stopped due to fatal application errors, bad configurations or other problems, the application stops working. Applications Manager's IIS monitoring tool provides you actionable insights on how the application pools are performing. It helps you understand the availability and health status of the different application pools in the IIS server. You can quickly get alerted If the application pools are consistently using a high percentage of CPU and memory. You can also identify the top worker processes which cause resource contentment issues and delete orphaned application pools.
Ensuring the availability and health of the various websites hosted on the IIS web server is critical to deliver a good user experience. Applications Manager's Microsoft IIS performance monitoring tool helps you deliver a superior user experience by keeping tabs on the key website stats like availability, response time, bytes and files transfer rate, connection statistics, and many more.
Slower response times causes user experience issues with websites hosted on IIS. The slower response times can be caused by anything such as high memory consumption, inadequate system resources, application pool recycling causing a recompile, issues with the web application or a third-party service. Applications Manager's IIS server monitoring tool helps you become aware of slow response times of the IIS server and take steps to improve it.
Get visibility into key performance indicators of your business-critical .NET application - from the CLR performance to slow SQL queries. Attain deep code-level visibility and pinpoint the root cause of application issues in production.
Applications Manager's Microsoft IIS performance monitor offers a robust fault management system to help you resolve issues faster and easier. Easily pinpoint the source of the errors with root cause analyzer. Besides this, you can also set up thresholds and anomaly profiles to recognize performance degradation. You can establish the baseline values as a percentage of a fixed baseline value, or opt for "Dynamic Baselining" where the data will be compared with the previous week. You can associate alerts and automated actions such as SMS/email alerts, and webhook actions to the thresholds to be sent and performed when the values deviate from ideal behavior.
Applications Manager offers a variety of reports to help you understand IIS web server's performance and forecast usage. Analyze the historical data of various metrics over a period of time with Trend Analysis reports. Make informed decisions regarding your resources with the help of forecast reports. These reports employ machine learning techniques to predict growth and utilization trends for up to three years in the future.
Applications Manager can also help you your website's SSL certificate expiry dates. You will be notified when the SSL certificates are about to expire and you can take steps to manage them.
In addition to monitoring Microsoft IIS metrics, you can use Applications Manager to monitor the health and performance of your Windows Servers, SQL servers, Exchange, and Active directory environment.
It allows us to track crucial metrics such as response times, resource utilization, error rates, and transaction performance. The real-time monitoring alerts promptly notify us of any issues or anomalies, enabling us to take immediate action.
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