- Monitor servers, VMs, network devices, and applications from a unified dashboard
- Use historic data to plan for future server capacity needs
- Track service-level performance trends for SLA compliance and reporting
- Monitor virtually anything via a multitude of pre-built plug-ins or custom scripts
- Streamline incident management with native ServiceNow integration
- Out-of-the-box simplicity for fast time to value
One IT Infrastructure Monitoring Dashboard
Proactively monitor physical servers, virtual machines, network devices, applications, and services across multiple platforms running on-premise, remotely, or in the Cloud. Uptime Infrastructure Monitor provides a unified view of IT environment health and a GUI that is easily customizable, with a drag-and-drop dashboard design. Create private IT dashboards, team dashboards (server, application, capacity and networking teams, and even the specialist practitioner such as SharePoint farm administrators, etc.), and a network operations center (NOC) for the entire datacenter in minutes.
Server Capacity Planning
Uptime Infrastructure Monitor offers integrated capacity monitoring and reporting across multiple platforms, including Windows, Linux, UNIX, Novell, Virtual Servers (VMware, Hyper-V, Xen), Cloud, and more. Leverage historical capacity data to better plan and understand how much capacity you have currently, how much you are currently using, and when are you trending to run out of space, directly on a dashboard or through manual or automated report delivery all at no additional cost.
SLA Performance Monitoring & Reporting
Uptime Infrastructure Monitor allows users to easily set SLAs, monitor their progress and performance trends, and communicate the results to management for compliance and reporting purposes. Intelligent IT SLA monitoring and alerting proactively sends alerts when IT is trending to miss an SLA target, long before the SLA report is due. When problems do arise, users can react swiftly with accurate troubleshooting, deep SLA root-cause analysis, and detailed SLA reporting on the infrastructure elements that are affecting the service level delivery.
Flexibility to Monitor Anything
Integrated server monitoring across Windows, Linux, UNIX, Novell, Solaris, AIX, Virtual (VMware, Hyper-V, and Xen), Cloud, and more. Monitor thousands of network devices, including anything with an IP address. Monitor a multitude of applications (Web, CRM, ERP, Email, custom, etc.), as well as application transactions and end-user experience. Leverage Uptime Infrastructure Monitor’s grid with an extensive library of pre-built, plug-in monitors for a variety of technology platforms created by our customers to share with others.
Out-of-the Box Simplicity
Uptime Infrastructure Monitor installs in minutes with a new Discovery Wizard that launches automatically after the product is installed. The wizard can discover many device types in a single pass and includes the ability to add relevant service monitors to the devices found. It has an easily configurable design with no extra modules or management packs necessary to get started. Administrators can setup any number of infrastructure elements to monitor as well as define an unlimited number of user groups and user notification options to ensure the right people get the access to the information they need.
Uptime Infrastructure Monitor includes native integration with ServiceNow. Users can create an incident ticket in ServiceNow using an alert profile that can be tied to any alertable monitor in Uptime Infrastructure Monitor. Ticket creation can also be a step in an escalation path and target to particular situations, helping to eliminate the noise commonly found in ticket automation.