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Server monitoring is an IT department work assignment as well as a set of technologies. Whether an organization is running servers for its own use or providing them for external customers, IT managers need to know how servers are functioning. Server monitoring software checks for issues related to overloaded servers, crashes or network connection problems. Monitoring tools track server availability, response times, memory and CPU usage, disk space and uptime. There are many different server monitoring solutions on the market, with a wide array of available features.
IT Central Station members who have purchased server monitoring software emphasize administrative efficiency as a key selection criterion. Members want server monitoring packages to be easy to use and configure out of the box. Once implemented, the solution should not require excessive administrative time. User express an interest in having a single pane of glass for the whole stack that gives the admin a view from storage up to the application tier. An SDK is cited as a helpful feature in this regard.
Specific features that affect selection include event management capabilities and the proactive ability to head off failures. Being able to create custom events enables admins to tune monitoring and customize the process for specific devices – it keeps the admin on top of top of issues that affect the stability of the environment. Monitoring should ideally not be passive. Users want to be alerted of potential problems before they happen and be able to quantify and report on what is happening with servers.
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With over 17 years of professional IT experience, Chris is a certified expert in managing and implementing technology solutions resulting in optimized and scalable operational environments.
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Oracle Database Administrator and IT Generalist. Over ten years of Oracle Database and Linux administration.
Emphasis on troubleshooting, design and architecture of IT systems and task management.
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I have over 15 years working with ITSM solutions, specially related to improving service quality but without direct impact on budget limitations.
WIth knowledge, experience, technology and the right team it is possible to deliver a better IT service within the organizations.
Drive superior IT & OSS Infrastructure Architectural – (Unix/Linux platform) on key projects & programs.
Look after most significant infrastructures such as Event Management, Monitoring system, Mail System, Trouble Ticketing System, Notification System, Branch Circuit Monitoring and... more>>
Networks (ISP-sized to small networks).
Good working knowledge of Linux and Unix systems (mainly Debian/Ubuntu and Solaris).
Application, system and network monitoring.
Actively working on the Open Source monitoring system Opsview.
Specialties: Monitoring Solutions for complex systems and... more>>
Over 13 years experience as an Oracle DBA, Oracle Application Server Administrator, Oracle Golden Gate Specialist, Red Hat Certified Engineer and Network Administrator.
Specialties: Architecture definitions, installations, disaster recovery, clustering, performance tuning, replications.
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Johan Louwers has been working as an developer, administrator, manager, project manager, senior consultant and senior architect within several IT companies and IT departments. Specialised around Oracle technology and infrastructure technology and strategy he has been advising and actively been... more>>
Visionary and forward-thinking IT professional successful in strategically engineering and leveraging software assets to build future corporate and market value based on calculated opportunities. Combine strong technical and business skill sets with the ability to lead technical development teams... more>>
- 5 years professional experience, dedicated to performance engineering, web application security audits and IT technical testing.
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