Management of Windows servers takes urgency. One minute they are supporting network security and processing critical applications. And the next, they are compromised by a disgruntled employee or a bottleneck to productivity.
Fortunately, many of these out-of bounds conditions are recorded in the event logs. But not all. When event log monitoring is not enough. ELM Enterprise Manager extends the scope to include performance threshold monitoring.
To acheive this, ELM writes custom events when the free disk space trends below a target level. Other events are written when services unexpectedly change states, or processes are running at unusually high CPU rates. Other options include PING failures and missing events.
Then, taking advantage of ELM’s automated event log management technologies, these threshold indicators are stored in the database. From there, Views display the events and trigger alerts.
All of these tools are available in the ELM Enterprise Manager-CORE License. Be proactive with comprehensive server monitoring.