Anturis is a monitoring software-as-a-service for both external monitoring of web services and internal monitoring of IT infrastructure components, such as servers, databases and applications. It is built primarily for busy IT administrators who aim to minimize maintenance complexity and costs.
External monitoring can be performed entirely remotely using our global monitoring network of Anturis public agents. With no software to install you are able to ensure your websites and web services are up and running smoothly. Simply tell us the URL and we’ll do the rest.
Anturis Agent is our monitoring guard. There are several Public Agents hosted in different geographical locations. These Agents are available to be used by all Anturis customers and are maintained by Anturis. Each agent does all the synthetic testing - that is each minute it simulates a real user visiting your website and checks whether everything is working as it should be.
Install Anturis Private Agent to your local servers, thus enabling monitoring of your IT infrastructure beyond the firewall. It is able to perform complete IT stack monitoring starting from server and OS metrics, up to databases and applications. Any Anturis Private Agent can also be used as a monitoring location for your websites or web services. This is useful for example if a web service is only available within the intranet and not outside of it.
Anturis Agent is a native and small footprint background service available for Windows and Linux OS families. It maintains secure HTTP connection to the Anturis cloud datacenter. Agent installation (as well as all its subsequent maintenance) is done completely automatically. Agent source code is available to our customers upon request.
As Anturis is able to watch your web services from both user and infrastructure perspective, you can benefit from the correlation of this information. Anturis builds a model of your whole infrastructure using impact dependencies between its elements so as to understand which problems are related and which are in fact only parts of a single problem.
For instance, if a server running Apache is down you will get one single notification about the failed server (the cause) and the unreachable website (the symptom).
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