Application monitoring is all about delivering IT services to end users, and that's what really matters. Staying on top of application performance and availability is critical to proactively head off application problems before they happen. up.time's unified view of applications, including deep monitoring of the underlying infrastructure, helps IT proactively monitor, alert, and report on applications to highlight issues before they become serious.
Deep, proactive application monitoring, reporting, and alerting keeps you in control of your service delivery. up.time monitors application performance along with the critical parts of application delivery, including servers, services, and the network. Easily identify trouble-making applications over time with up.time's "trouble-maker" and 'top ten" reports. Proactively head off application issues with up.time's deep capacity planning (included).
Always get the right alert at the right time, with no alert storms that leave you guessing about the real problem. Then, dive into up.time's customizable and interactive application monitoring dashboards and go from high level views (like world maps, topology and dependency maps, and more) to root cause in minutes. up.time's deep metrics show you exactly where the problem is, regardless if it's at the application, server, or network level. See up.time's application monitors and metrics.
Whether it's physical, virtual or even cloud environments, IT is on the hook to monitor and report application performance. up.time provides highly customizable and interactive application dashboards that can be created in minutes with a drag and drop design and templates. Set up a NOC for the entire datacenter, and then share team dashboards for individual or groups of applications (Email, CRM, ERP, Web, BI, WebSphere, WebLogic, and more). up.time is highly scalable and easy to extend.
Easily report on application (and server) uptime while monitoring trends in availability on specific devices, applications, services, and groups across the entire IT Infrastructure. Once ready, up.time includes a powerful but easy to use SLA monitoring and reporting engine that monitors IT service levels in real time. Track and meet SLAs and provide executive management with clear SLA reports. Proactive SLA alerts notify your team when SLAs are trending to miss and tell you exactly what part of the SLA delivery is failing.
up.time provides application performance monitoring and watches over end-user experience. Application transaction monitoring ensures that your user experience isn't degrading. Whether it's the shopping cart for an online retailer, or the CRM for your sales team, be alerted the minute application performance problems start. Then use up.time to find and fix the problem before the help desk gets flooded with calls.
Trying to monitor, alert, and report on the performance, availability, and capacity of your applications, servers, network, and IT services with multiple tools means nothing ever gets done. There's too many tools and none of them speak the same language. The server team is blaming the network team, who's blaming the application team, who's blaming the server team. Don't forget to add in the additional costs of buying, configuring, maintaining, and administrating all the tools. The enterprise solution is a unified monitoring tool that covers all your bases, the solution is up.time.
Time to value, that's the key. You need application monitoring software that's easy to use and fast to deploy. You also want the ability to extend and scale your resources when needed. With up.time, you can customize, extend, and scale to over 100,000 elements. Easily import existing monitoring scripts from other tools (in any language) for a painless migration. up.time has snap-in integration with other IT and business tools (Help Desk, CMDB, BI tools, etc.). Install the trial in minutes; deploy the entire up.time suite in just days across 1,000s of servers and applications.
Each monitored element only requires a single element license, regardless of the device type (physical server, virtual server, network device). This includes everything that up.time offers, such unlimited application monitors, service monitors, performance data collection, capacity management and access to all graphing, reporting, dashboards and SLA management features. Don't overspend on complex and expensive solutions.
up.time is a unified, comprehensive, and scalable application monitoring solution that's easy to deploy. But up.time doesn't stop there, it provides complete server monitoring, and network monitoring as well, along with complete capacity planning and IT SLA monitoring. up.time lets you easily see across IT silos and platforms to proactively stop problems before they happen. Easily customize your up.time dashboards to get the ultimate view of your infrastructure and application performance and availability.
Improve IT value and gain credibility by aligning your IT deliverables to your customer's business goals. up.time's Service Level Agreement Management provides the tools IT Managers need to make service level management initiatives straight forward, quick to implement, on budget, and highly successful in the eyes of your business customers. up.time helps you easily define and document effective SLAs for the IT-business relationship, quickly validate your new SLA quality to ensure everyone's success, create straight-forward mapping of business deliverables to IT infrastructure, automatically monitors and measures from a business perspective and has reports designed in terms the business wants and can understand.
up.time is a unified IT Dashboard that monitors and reports on application health (performance, availability and capacity) across all platforms, including Windows, Linux, UNIX (AIX, Solaris, HP-UX, Novell), Virtual (VMware, Hyper-V, Xen) and Cloud. See high level application and grouped application views for complete control over application and service delivery, from email, to CRM, to eCommerce, to Line-of-Business applications, to middleware, and J2EE applications.
Quickly see where your application issues are, and go from high level view to root-cause in just a few clicks. Show the status of IT with dashboard views that makes sense to management. Create dashboards in minutes for any status, using any background image. The up.time drag and drop dashboard builder makes creating customized dashboards easy. Create private dashboards, team dashboards (server team, application team, capacity team, etc.) and a NOC for the entire datacenter.
Visually gauge the impact of an outage and quickly navigate to it for lightning fast root cause analysis with infrastructure topology views. Dynamic topology mapping is built using the up.time API, the dynamic topology tree allows you to view the status of the entire IT environment at the highest level and quickly drill down to the source of an outage in just a few clicks. This topology view is customizable, letting users slice and dice the topology in a way that gets to the root of issues faster.
Need to get a quick and accurate enterprise snapshot of all your critical server resources including CPU, Memory, Disk and Network I/O? Simply click the "View Resource Scan" tab from your Global Scan view and up.time will instantly give you aggregate statistics at the enterprise, regional group or server level. Easy-to-read dials show you current CPU, memory, disk capacity, disk activity and network I/O statistics, and averages graphed over the last 24 hours. These allow you to isolate resource issues quickly, and plan accurately to ensure optimal resource capacity across your enterprise.
Do you need to monitor IT services consisting of applications, databases, middleware and infrastructure? No problem. Monitoring and reporting on the availability of applications such as ERP, CRM, eCommerce, Web Portals, or any other applications is made simple with up.time. Simply define a new up.time Application, then select the associated service monitors, application performance monitors option, server monitors and network probes from a simple scroll list. up.time will immediately begin tracking the overall availability of your newly defined application or service through color-coded indicators and allow you to produce comprehensive availability reports in PDF, XML and HTML format.
Instantly get a real picture of the workload your applications are creating within your server environment including databases, mail servers, Web servers, in-house applications, commercial applications. Get a short, mid-term, or long-term snapshot to assist your capacity planning and decision making during pre-production stress/load testing, and post-production application server deployment. Instantly access Workload Characterization views: by users, by groups, by process ID, or by process/application names. Or if you are running short on time and just need to know "what's going on," just click Top 10-Workload Characterization, and pick your timeframe to find the culprits that are eating up your server resources.
Monitor your web-based applications the same way your users experience them: by having up.time walk through your web site using a simulated user transaction. The Web Application Transaction Monitor replicates user transactions, allowing you to report on performance degradation and review which portion of a user transaction is causing the greatest performance impact on your servers.
Assess SLA targets from the "business side" and see, at a glance, how your SLAs performed over the last day, week, or month. Use trend line graphs to find out whether the current SLA performance is improving or getting worse, and in the latter case, take a proactive stance.
If you need business server monitoring and run mission-critical applications on WebSphere or WebLogic, then up.time can monitor and report on the health and performance of your J2EE servers. All you need to do is define a WebSphere or WebLogic service monitor and up.time will immediately start collecting performance metrics that will give you insight into the performance of your servers. Then, use a report to pinpoint the source of problems before they affect your end users or impact service levels.