Tembria Server Monitor continuously monitors your network for potential problems so you don’t have to. Supporting popular Internet protocols, Tembria Server Monitor watches for specific conditions and notifies you if a problem is detected.Unlike other network management tools, Tembria Server Monitor is very easy to install and use. Wizard-based dialogs guide you through initial configuration and a straight-forward, standards-compliant user interface gives you easy access to all reports and settings.
- Multi-Purpose Server Monitoring Software
- 100% Web-Based Interface with Multiple Security Models
- 40+ Monitoring Types, All Completely Agentless
- Deep Support for Windows Server Monitoring
- Support for Linux and SNMP Monitoring Too
- 12 Notification Types incl. E-mail and Voice Phone Call
- Clear Published Pricing Starting at Just $995.00
New in this Version:
- A new performance counter monitoring subsystem makes for increased performance and works around several reported issues.
- The Process Event Monitor can now monitor CPU and memory usage for all instances of a specified process name instead of the just the first one found.
- Added a new SNMP Interface event monitor which warns if the ifOperStatus flag for an interface changes or a specified number of errors per second is exceeded.
- The SNMP Trap event monitor now includes an option to show the full description for all traps that are caught.
- The Process event monitor can now monitor CPU and memory usage for all instances of a specified process name instead of the just the first one found.
- Added an option in the config.ini file to pause all event monitors when the service starts.
- Reformatted default main and system health dashboards to make better use of available space.
- Fixed a problem that could prevent migration of data files to other servers.
- Fixed a problem where a device called ‘n/a’ could appear in the tree after certain event monitors were run.
- Fixed a problem where on a new installation service level reports might not be built until the first summary reports had been generated.
- Fixed a problem where the System Health event monitor reported a random number when it was unable to retrieve available memory.
- Added a new option to rotate between the dashboard on each dashboard refresh.
- Fixed a problem where the dates and times in e-mail notifications did not respect the selected date-time format.
- Fixed several timing issues that could delay reports from being built.
- Updated the Sensatronics event monitor to retry if it receives an invalid configuration response.
- Fixed a problem where the notification style for event history records was not being respected.
- Fixed a problem where removing a device could cause events for other devices to be removed.
- Fixed a rare problem where logging off from the console would fail if the monitoring service was running.
- Fixed a problem where notification counters for numeric pager notifications were not counted correctly.
- The Exchange Performance event monitor has been updated to prompt for the Exchange version and now provides more counters specific to each supported version.