SolarWinds Server & Applications Monitor (SAM)
The SolarWinds Server and Application Monitor gives you a quick insight into where issues may occur within your servers and applications. Detect and fix these quickly to avoid critical breaches.
How can we manage our servers and applications effectively?
The modern world is digital. Organisations all over constantly adapt and transform to new digital systems and solutions leveraging the potential of the new technologies. But with the increased use of digital devices and applications the organisation becomes more vulnerable to system crashes and cyber-attacks leading to critical down time. Some of the challenges with monitoring of servers and applications might be:
- Crashes of or attack on servers or application in one part of the business has broad implications across other IT operations, applications and servers.
- Lack of deep insight and overview leads to 'silo-monitoring' and poor possibility of both detecting cause and effect across the organisation and to mitigate all possible breaches.
- In a lot of cases the end users find out about performance problems in servers and applications before the administrator, leaving little time to fix the problem before it has already impacted the business.
Functions & Requirements
- Get information on performance, capacity and health on your servers as well as CPU, memory and disk usage.
- Monitor your applications and get alarms if they fail.
- See everything on one screen.
- Start and stop applications or services directly from the web interface.
- Provide a graphical display of connections between servers and applications with AppStack.
- Advanced monitoring of e.g. Exchange, IIS and SQL with AppInsight based on best practice templates.
- Learn more about SolarWinds Server & Applications Monitor in this SAM -Server and Application Monitor (PDF data sheet).
- Learn more about SolarWinds Server & Applications Monitor with this SAM - Server and Application Monitor demo video (in danish).
Please contact our experts to know more about system requirements.