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Server monitoring

By borrierulez ·
Hey everyone,

I'm looking for a server monitoring tool (free or not free) to monitor around 70 servers in remote locations (so with agents running on the remote servers)

Does anyone know a good program for this?

Tx already!


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Please only serious responses

by borrierulez In reply to Here you go!

People who have had experience with monitoring soft please respond

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What research have you done yourself on the subject?

by The 'G-Man.' In reply to Please only serious respo ...

Please let us know the types of systems you like / features you need.

EDIT - I have loads of experience in server monitoring so I can, as you say, respond.

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More info

by borrierulez In reply to What research have you do ...

Well, I have worked before with opmanager (adventnet) but that's only for an internal network. I tested nagios before but I think that's also only for internal use and it's a little complex (but i'm willing to give it a shot if it has external-agent capabilities). Now i want to try out up-time. But i'm hoping somebody with monitoring experience can give me some alternatives (prefarably free soft) It doesn't have to be too complex, just see if the server is still on, monitor diskspace and check a few processes. Tx already for the response!

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Have a look at this:

by The 'G-Man.' In reply to More info

Used this a while back and would meet your needs. It is not free but is easy to configure and the price point is not too high.

Am I correct in assuming we are talking MS servers or are there other types?

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SolarWinds Server and Application Monitor

by eramasaz In reply to Server monitoring

SolarWinds Server & Application Monitor, it makes it easy to monitor custom applications including component monitors for services, processes, ports, scripts, WMI performance counters, and scripts from 3rd party open source monitoring tools such as Nagios.

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Let's see...

December 2009...March 2013...hmmmmm, do you think the OP is still looking?
For something to monitor a server, that is, or perhaps another job is they have
waited this long.
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