Free network monitoring based on the full-featuredKaseya Network Monitor product.
Kaseya provides a free license to the Network Monitor to get you started with systems management and network monitoring immediately. The free license enables the full Kaseya Network Monitor with all of the features you’d expect in a robust monitoring solution, but limited to 3 devices. Get started now with just a few devices. When you are ready, expand your monitoring and management by just changing license keys. Installation takes only a few minutes.
Use the Windows Performance Monitor to gain insight on your Microsoft IIS webserver key performance metrics and service status. Not only will it graph the historical performance metrics, but you can be alerted when they exceed the thresholds as well as restarting specific services.
The Ping Monitor uses the ICMP protocol to call the targeted devices on a defined interval to check if the device is up or down. The response times are recorded and graphed and can be shown on a dashboard you configure. Have alerts sent to you if the response time is larger than your specified threshold.
Use the Bandwidth Utilization Monitor as part of your network watching tools. It uses SNMP to query performance metrics of the router including calculated measurements such as total utilization. Set up alerts to be sent to you if your defined thresholds are exceeded.
Syslog Monitor intercepts and parses syslog messages sent to the tool from one or more sources. Set up alerts on the messages that include a list of strings or that exclude a list of strings.
Use the VMware Performance Monitor to maintain constant watch on your most important resources – the ESX servers hosting the critical applications your organization needs. See all key system level consumables (memory, disk, cpu, and network traffic) as well as the VMware specific devices such as hosts, data stores, and virtual stores.
The Webserver Monitor queries the targeted web page in the same fashion as opening a browser to that address. The response times are recorded and graphed and you can configure alerts to be sent to you if the site or pages are down.