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Windows Server Monitoring

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Challenges for Windows Monitoring and Windows Application Monitoring

  • Ensure Windows servers are up and resource usage is optimal
  • Ability to pinpoint resources that are on the verge of failure
  • Manage inventory and capacity planning
  • Monitor Windows and heterogenous set of Microsoft applications

Our Solution

ManageEngine Applications Manager's solution for Windows server monitoring empowers administrators by providing support for a heterogeneous set of windows servers and applications. ManageEngine Applications Manager provides an agentless approach to server monitoring ,which and also ensures that CPU Utilization, Memory, Disk etc are within permissible usage.

Integrated Applications, Servers, Databases and Web Server Monitoring Software

ManageEngine Applications Manager helps monitor Windows Servers, Microsoft .NET, Microsoft SQL Server databases, Microsoft IIS Web Servers, and Microsoft Exchange Servers. With out-of-the-box reports, graphical views, alarms, thresholds, and comprehensive fault management capability, administrators can maximize application uptime and ensure that applications run at peak performance.

Other Windows Servers
  • CPU Utilization
  • Memory
  • Hard disk
  • Process
Microsoft IIS Server
  • Response Time
  • Availability
Microsoft .NET Server
  • Memory Usage
  • Thread Pools
  • Locks
  • Exceptions
  • Connections
  • Security
  • Network Traffic
  • JIT
Microsoft Exchange Server
  • MS Exchange Information Store
  • MS Exchange Site Replication Store
  • MS Exchange MTA Stacks
  • MS Exchange Management
  • SMTP
  • POP3
  • IMAP4
  • MS Exchange System Attendant
  • MS Exchange Routing Engine
  • MS Exchange Event Service
Microsoft SQL Server
  • Buffer Manager Statistics
  • Connection Statistics
  • Cache Details
  • Lock Details
  • SQL Statistics
  • Latch Details
  • Access Method Details
URL Transactions
  • Monitor simple HTTP(s)URLs
  • Monitor synthetic transactions by record and play back capability
  • Content check and page size change stats

Some of the components that are monitored in Windows are:

CPU Utilization Monitor CPU usage - check if CPUs are running at full capacity or if they are underutilized.
Memory Utilization Get notified when the memory usage is high (or memory is dangerously low).
Disk Utilization Maintain a margin of available disk space. Get notified when the disk space falls below the margin. You can also run your own programs/scripts to clear disk clutter when thresholds are crossed.
Process Monitoring Monitor critical processes running in your system. Get notified when a particular process fails.
Windows Service Monitoring Monitor the critical Windows Services running in your Windows system. Monitoring is possible only in WMI mode of monitoring
Network Interface Monitoring Monitor the health and status of the network interface. The performance can be monitored through the following attributes - Input / Output Traffic, Input / Output Utilization Percentage, packets received / transmitted etc. Monitoring is possible only in SNMP mode of monitoring
Windows Event Log Monitoring Monitor the Windows events generated, if the mode of monitoring is WMI
Windows Performance Counters Monitor the Windows performance counters values through WMI

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