What is PA Server Monitor?
It is a server monitoring and network monitoring software application. The main function of the software is to monitor performance of servers and network devices in Windows and Linux environments. Data is kept on customers servers, not stored in the cloud.
PA Server Monitor is a tool in the Monitoring Tools category of a tech stack.
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PA Server Monitor's Features
- PA Server Monitor can watch: Event logs on local & remote Windows servers
- Ping response times
- CPU & memory usage
- Free local & server disk space
- Changed files & directories for intrusion detection
- Running Windows services
- NIC usage
- Performance counter values with threshold warnings
- POP, IMAP & SMTP mail server availability status
- Web page content & load times
- Server temperature
- Monitor servers across the Internet without a VPN with our Satellite monitoring engine
- File age
- FTP server
- Inventory data
- Log files
- SNMP and SNMP Traps
- TCP Port
- Other Features include Smart Config
- Easy install
- Mobile apps
- External API
- Runs as a service
- Automated maintenance schedule
- Automatic failover
- Bulk configuration
- Configuration security
- Database options
- Embedded HTTP server
- Error auditing
- Event escalation.
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