- External monitors
- Full page load
- Web transactions
- Local resource monitors
- Free physical memory (RAM space)
- CPU usage
- System load (CPU load)
- Free disk space
- Disk usage
- Swap file space and usage
- SMART drive
- Local Processes
- MySQL database
- Apache Web Server
- Java Virtual Machine
- SNMP device
- Network channel quality
- Network interface
- Active Directory
- Windows Services
- Windows Event Logs
- Custom shell command or script
- Log file
Remote monitoring of web services from the Internet (using Anturis global monitoring network), as well as within customer’s intranet (via Anturis agents installed into LAN/WAN).
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.
Full page load
Checks full page load time.
Checks POP3(s) mail service availability and response time. SSL and TLS are supported at transport and protocol levels.
Checks IMAP(s) mail service availability and response time. SSL and TLS are supported at transport and protocol levels.
Checks SMTP(s) mail service availability and response time. SSL and TLS are supported at transport and protocol levels.
Checks server’s open port via TCP and server response time on this port. SSL/TLS is supported.
Checks SSH service availability and response time.
Checks FTP service availability and response time. SSL and TLS are supported at transport and protocol levels.
This monitor should be used for synthetic testing of interactive websites or web applications, such as login forms, shopping carts, and so on.
Multi-step check, also known as synthetic user monitoring or synthetic transactions monitoring, is a sequence of HTTP requests sent to a web server in a predefined order. After each request is sent, the web server’s response is checked (whether status, body, etc. are correct). The transaction scenario is recorded using a browser-like desktop tool – Anturis Transaction Recorder.
Local resource monitors
Monitoring of the local IT infrastructure, such as servers, OS, applications, databases and network devices.
Free physical memory (RAM space)
Checks there is enough amount of free RAM space.
Checks the CPU usage is below a threshold.
System load (CPU load)
Monitors the length of the processes’ queue. On Windows servers, this metric shows the averaged number of processes in queue for CPU execution. On Linux, this is an average number of processes waiting either for CPU or IO.
Free disk space
Checks there is enough amount of free disk space.
Checks disk usage – percentage of time a drive is busy with operations.
Swap file space and usage
Checks amount of free swap space and swap usage – rate of data write operations.
Checks the SMART drive’s health status and performance attributes.
Checks OS process(es) presence, number of the processes matching a pattern, their aggregate CPU and memory consumption.
Queries 15+ different metrics of a MySQL DB. Their values are visualized and verified against their limits.
Apache Web Server
Monitors Apache workers (idle and busy), Apache processes: their number, CPU and memory consumption, traffic and request rate.
Java Virtual Machine
Monitors key JVM performance metrics.
Queries a device with SNMP GET. Checks device reachability and the returned value.
Network channel quality
One-way delay, jitter and packet loss monitoring.
Record and analyze network activity data (traffic, packets, errors, discards) across network interfaces.
Active directory performance and replication status.
Select the services you want to receive notifications for should they stop working.
Windows Event Logs
Detect system, security and application problems on your Windows machines.
Custom shell command or script
This monitor can be used to implement any custom check. 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.
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.