Servers are the foundation of everything IT does, so server monitoring software is critical. You need to ensure your foundation is healthy and strong, performing the way it needs to, 24/7/365. However, with multiple server platforms running in most enterprises, that can be complex. You'll need unified, comprehensive, and easy-to-use server monitoring, server reporting, and server alerting to stay on top of server performance, server availability, and server capacity.
up.time is server monitoring software that gives you a unified and accurate view of your servers' performance, availability, and capacity. Easily see all your servers across IT silos, platforms, and environments with up.time's dashboards. up.time's multi-platform and multi-environment server monitoring enables you to see across one or many platforms at once, including Windows, Linux, UNIX (AIX, Solaris, HP-UX, Novell), Virtual (VMware, Hyper-V, Xen) and Cloud. up.time's highly scalable and easy-to-use design, coupled with it's fast deployment, provides the comprehensive and reliable server monitoring that enterprises need.
up.time's server monitoring dashboards show the health your server environment, including server performance, server availability, and server capacity, across the server platforms you use. up.time's GUI is easily customizable, with a drag and drop dashboard design. In minutes, create private dashboards and team dashboards (Windows group, UNIX group, VMware group, application team, capacity team, etc.), as well as a NOC for the entire datacenter. up.time also includes complete monitoring and reporting for all applications, services, and the network.
From deep root-cause server analysis, to proactive server alerting, to powerful server reporting, to cross-platform server monitoring, to self-healing automation, everything is included with up.time. Always get the right alert at the right time, with no false alerts that leave you guessing what the real problem is. Then, dive into up.time's customizable and interactive server 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 server monitors and server metrics show you exactly where the problem is, regardless if it's at the server, network, or application level.
Find and fix problems fast with server uptime and "hot spot" reports, top ten problem lists, and more. Server reports show the overall uptime of the entire infrastructure, so you know if you're meeting availability targets. For resource-constrained elements, find out if it's a configuration issue or a resourcing issue. Show which servers and network devices are the top consumers in various resource usage categories (including CPU, Memory, Disk and I/O). Show which physical servers are running short on memory, or are overworked. up.time server monitoring software provides deep server metrics and both agentless (VMware, Windows, Novell, SNMP) and agent-based server monitoring for the flexibility you want.
Poor server capacity planning can haunt your IT service delivery, but it doesn't have too. First, you need to answer the "big 3" capacity questions: 1. How much capacity do we currently have? 2. How much capacity are we using (and what are the high and low water marks)? 3. When are we trending to run out of capacity? Simple questions, but you'll need deep, accurate, and cross-platform server monitoring and reporting to answer these questions about your total server capacity. Reporting on capacity in Excel isn't going to cut it, so get up.time and get back in control of capacity across all server platforms.
Trying to monitor, alert, and report on your servers, applications, network and IT services with multiple tools is both a headache and budget draining. Stop wasting time and getting conflicting data from multiple tools. The server team is blaming the network team, who's blaming the application team, who's blaming the server team. Nothing gets fixed and each team has a different tool showing "they're right." The IT manager is left with finger pointing and the blame game all over the IT department. Don't forget to add in all the extra costs of buying, configuring, deploying, maintaining, and supporting the many different tools.
up.time is a highly customizable and unified IT dashboard that provides comprehensive server monitoring, network monitoring, and application monitoring, along with complete capacity planning and IT SLA monitoring. up.time is used by Fortune 500 companies (monitoring and reporting on over 100,000 elements), as well as mid-sized and small enterprises. up.time lets you easily see across IT silos and platforms to proactively stop problems before they happen. Use up.time for comprehensive and unified monitoring of your IT environment.
up.time was designed to be easy-to-use, and so is our licensing is. 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.
Time to value, that's the key. You need a tool that's easy to use and fast to deploy. You also need the best tool at a cost-effective price, as well as 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 and can pass to, and receive data from, other IT and business tools (Help Desk, CMDB, BI tools, etc.).
up.time is a unified IT Dashboard that monitors and reports on server 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 and grouped server views for complete control over network.
Need to get a quick and accurate enterprise snapshot of all your critical resources including server 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.
Need an overview of the status of servers or a system? You can get it using up.time's Quick Snapshot. The Quick Snapshot lists the basic hardware and process information for a system, as well as graphs that chart the CPU statistics and free memory of a system over the last 24 hours. If you notice problem while viewing the Quick Snapshot, you can generate a report to obtain more information about the problem.
Server Topology Maps
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 allows you to view the server status at the highest level and quickly drill down to the source 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.
The Server Uptime report is a key checkpoint report that provides you with a focused and succinct snapshot of your infrastructure's availability. Report components include overall availability based on a defined uptime threshold, availability by defined interval over the reporting period, as well as tallies for total outages and unique Element outages.
With up.time's Server Consolidation Report, you can easily identify which systems in your environment are candidates for virtualization based on such factors a CPU, memory, network, and disk I/O. Already have servers running on VMware? VMware monitoring capabilities can produce workload graphs that show how VMware instances are performing on a physical ESX system. Using the information from the server consolidation utility, you can quickly determine where to rebalance the workload.
Show the status of servers with dashboard views that makes sense to management. Create dashboards easily with up.time's drag and drop dashboard builder and display the status of key infrastructure components or applications. World maps show the status of your datacenters, images of the datacenter with key server status icons, IT service images display the health of each component, and much more.