Checks the CPU usage is below a threshold.
Monitors the length of the processes' queue.
RAM (Free physical memory)
Checks there is enough amount of free RAM space.
Free disk space
Checks there is enough amount of free disk space.
Checks disk usage – percentage of time a drive is busy with operations.
Monitor SMART drive’s health status and performance attributes.
The specified shell command (or a script) is executed periodically on a server and its output is verified against thresholds and visualized on a graph.
Instant Linux agent installation
Just copy a command given in Anturis console and run it in a root shell. It will download the agent archive, install and start the agent.
It takes only a couple of minutes to go through a standard Windows installer wizard in order to install Anturis agent on a Windows system.
All modern Linux distros supported
Ubuntu, CentOS, Red Hat, Fedora and others.
All modern Windows versions supported
Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8 and Windows Server 2008, 2008 R2, 2012, 2012 R2.
In-house and cloud servers
A physical server in-house or AWS, Microsoft Azure, Rackspace or DigitalOcean off in the clouds, Anturis can monitor it all.
A wide range of network protocols
External and internal monitoring via the following protocols: ICMP, TCP, SSH, FTP, SMTP/SMTPs, IMAP/IMAPs, POP3/POP3s, HTTP/HTTPs.
Queries a device with SNMP GET. Checks device reachability and the returned value.
Always know if your printer is working properly. Set thresholds on ink level in the printer cartridge - so you will be alerted when ink is running out.
Network channel quality
One-way delay, jitter and packet loss monitoring.
Monitor traffic, packet transmission and reception, errors and discards across network interfaces.
Applications and software monitoring
Queries 15+ different metrics of a MySQL DB. Their values are visualized and verified against their limits.
Monitors Apache workers (idle and busy), Apache processes: their number, CPU and memory consumption, traffic and request rate.
Checks presence or absence of a message (or pattern) in a log file. Also it is possible to count the frequency with which messages appear in the log file.
Checks OS process(es) presence, number of the processes matching a pattern, their aggregate CPU and memory consumption.
Checks amount of free swap space and swap usage – rate of data write operations.
Monitors key JVM performance metrics.
Windows Event Logs
Detect system, security and application problems on your Windows machines.
Monitor Active Directory performance and replication status.
Windows and Linux services
Select the services you want to receive notifications for should they stop working.
Multiple monitoring locations
Anturis has global coverage to ensure that your websites, applications and services are available from different regions and countries.
Monitor availability at predefined time intervals to ensure your website is up 24/7 for all your visitors.
Constantly monitoring how long it takes for your site to respond helps you ensure that your visitors have a consistently rewarding experience.
Content monitoring allows you to specify what should be present or absent in either the HTTP response header or body.
SSL/TLS certificate expiration
Specify the minimum number of days before expiration and to receive alerts if the certificate is not updated.
Be sure websites respond with a specified HTTP status codes.
Full page load
This monitor can simulate end-user website behavior, permitting you to select and evaluate a set of critical user interactions, or transactions, such as login or purchase.
Checks website availability, response time, and response content (header, body). For HTTPS – checks SSL certificate expiration and time to expiration.
Checks server reachability via ICMP ping and ping time. IPv6 is supported.
Checks server’s open port via TCP and server response time on this port.
Checks SSH service availability and response time.
Checks FTP service availability and response time.
Checks SMTP(s) mail service availability and response time.
Reporting and management
The Anturis UI is available from any computer or tablet device anywhere around the world.
Infrastructure schema view
You can set up an infrastructure schema view by creating meaningful and logical dependencies between network components.
See and correlate your critical metrics in one place using charts.
See and review all problems that occurred at infrastructure or account level.
Real-time and historical data
Review performance data for a specified time interval using charts and tables.
Review daily, weekly, or monthly reports to analyze your infrastructure components' performance and uptime metrics.
Add as many infrastructures and components as you want and streamline them for different tasks, departments, offices or clients.
Maintenance mode allows users to perform service actions on their infrastructure without affecting uptime status.
Alerts and notifications
Email, SMS and call alerts
Anturis provides e-mail, SMS, and voice alerts that can be configured precisely to your needs.
Incident severity levels
Each incident is assigned with a severity status: Info, Minor, Major or Critical. You can specify which notification method to use depending on a severity status.
The hierarchical arrangement helps to avoid notification “spam” in case several components fail at the same time.
Monitor status-change rules
Monitor status change rules allows you to fine-tune conditions for monitor status change (OK, Warning or Error).
Warning and Error thresholds
Set the Warning and Error thresholds to get notified if the value exceeds the threshold. For most of the monitor types you are provided with the default thresholds, that you can change at any time.
Team members’ responsibilities
You can make a person responsible for one or more individual components. Such person will get notifications about all problems with components he is responsible for.