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Servers are the heart of any IT infrastructure. To ensure peak performance of applications, the server hardware must be working well, the servers should be sized correctly to handle the workload, and there should be no resource bottlenecks.
eG Enterprise is a unified monitoring, diagnosis and reporting solution for modern server farms. It offers broad coverage with support for 10+ operating systems including Windows, Linux, AIX, Solaris, and HPUX. Our universal monitoring technology and easy to use layer model representation for tracking performance make eG Enterprise an ideal server monitoring solution.
With eG Enterprise, we can now quickly identify root causes of incidents, resolving them before users are impacted. Automatic prioritization and categorization of alerts helps us better focus on the important issues and prioritize our resources accordingly.
Simple, consistent layer model representation depicts the functioning of different server hardware and operating systems. By hiding the complexity of the underlying environment, they make monitoring simple. Even non-experts can use the tool for monitoring and troubleshooting servers.
Layer models facilitate problem demarcation. Know if the problem is in the hardware, operating system, network or application layers and get the right experts involved in troubleshooting.
Unified and consistent interface for all server hardware and OS ensures short learning curve for administrators.
While CPU and memory monitoring are no doubt important, as server operating systems have evolved, it is important to track several other performance indicators about server operating systems that can be indicative of performance bottlenecks.
|CPU utilization||Memory utilization||Disk space utilization|
|Top processes by CPU/memory/Disk||Disk activity levels||Network traffic|
|Hardware status||Status of daemon processes||Handles usage|
|Page file usage||Server uptime||Network interface status|
|Network connectivity||Windows service status||File share status|
|TCP traffic||Syslog errors||Event log errors|
|Handles used||Time sync status||Context switches|