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Why do you need a server monitoring software

By: grizer_pad | Total views: 162 | Word Count: 325 | Date: Mon, 17 Aug 2009 - 11:26 PM

Almost every hosting provider will promise you a 99.9% uptime guarantee. But can you really be sure that your web-site or file server is responding now? That when your clients come to you site they will found requested information, not the error message or even an empty page? Or when your clients send you some valuable feedback or questions, do those messages really come to your mailbox, or maybe your mail server is down? This is the place, where the server monitoring software is coming on the scene.

Meet ProtoMon - the server monitoring software used to automatically check your servers at specified time intervals and notify you when any of them are not available. Thus you can take an immediate actions to get your servers back to work and reduce the loss of revenue and profit.


Using ProtoMon, all you should do, is to add the monitors for all your servers and specify the time intervals to check them with and the allowed time they must response with.

ProtoMon can check any web servers using HTTP and HTTPS protocols, file servers using FTP, FTPS and SFTP protocols, mail servers using POP3, IMAP and SMTP protocols. It can even check connection to your server and execute scripts through Telnet and SSH protocols.

When any of your servers are down, ProtoMon will notify you by showing the pop-up message, playing the sound or sending a notification email message.

ProtoMon keeps full statistics for all your servers to your computer. And you can review it at any time you need. Statistics viewer includes a nice looking graph that allows you to see your server status at any moment. Statistical diagram supports panning and zooming and shows the descriptive hints for even better usability.

You can download a FREE 30-day trial version of ProtoMon at: http://protomon.badhim.com (protomon.badhim.com)

About the Author

Vadim Malyarchuk Badhim Software http://protomon.badhim.com

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