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Overview

Challenges include:

  • Virtualization: What is the status of the VMs and hypervisor?
  • Cloud: How do I manage internal and hosted infrastructure?
  • Capacity management: Are your IT operations poised to handle increasing demands?
  • Deep-dive application accessibility: What is the underlying health of services?
  • Architectural optimization: Are resources running at top efficiency?
  • Configuration monitoring: What has changed and did it impact service delivery?

The answer
Observer Infrastructure (OI). OI provides the powerful real-time active monitoring and historical reporting needed to solve these difficulties and many more.

How does it work?
It preemptively queries systems, applications, and critical resources to detect looming issues before they impact service delivery. OI transforms this sea of raw data into actionable information so you can prevent problems, optimize network performance, plan IT resources, and more. Plus data points can be summarized over time, providing deeper knowledge into trends that may impact current or future service delivery.

Decide for yourself
Explore OI's robust capabilities with OI Free. Our no-strings-attached version is absolutely free, and easily accessible via a web-based browser interface and hundreds of pre-defined out-of-box reports. It offers comprehensive intelligence for thousands of critical operational metrics, with no add-on modules or 30-day time restrictions.

OI Free download includes:

  • Active discovery and configuration
  • Up/down monitoring
  • Network mapping
  • Route monitoring
  • Polling
  • Event notification: alarms and alerts
  • Device inventory
  • Public and private cloud management
  • Storage enclosure and SAN details
  • Virtualization visibility
  • Application availability
  • IP SLA, WAAS, and NBAR intelligence
  • Synthetic transactions
  • Configuration monitoring

 

Observer Infrastructure's real-time monitoring, coupled with its historical reporting, gives us information we use for IT planning, to optimize our network's overall performance, and to locate and resolve problems before they impact end users.
- AZ Sint-Jan Brugge AV

Event Notification

Potent Event Alerts

Like money, websites and servers rarely sleep. But they can become corrupt, sluggish, or completely shut down. With Observer Infrastructure, there's no need to worry.

Observer Infrastructure (OI) alerts you to potential problems before they occur, providing data on conditions affecting all critical IT resources. OI's preemptive approach lets you deal with a slow Exchange server before it cripples enterprise email. Or fix SQL database bottlenecks before they bog customer transaction times.

OI both monitors and enables alerts on tens of thousands of device, service, application, and network metrics. Flexible and configurable, OI event notification manages resources and detects anomalies before they impact users – before a critical service goes offline.

Tired of getting wake-up notifications at 3am about issues like low-ink cartridge in a non-critical printer? OI lets you build prioritized alarm structures on multiple abnormalities by assigning precedence values for each event.

OI also offers customized options for event notification that run the gamut from simple pop-up notifications to SNMP traps to emails. Or you can fire up an application to instantly start the remediation process. If an issue does come up, OI speeds resolution by giving you the current and historic status through drilldown to the failing parameter.

Platform Integration

Pulling It All Together

Observer Infrastructure (OI) provides deep information into significant IT resources by usingadvanced discovery and polling technologies. It converts walls of data into actionable information through flexible reporting and intuitive mapping visualization.

For exceptional polling capabilities, choose the Observer Performance Management Platform. A key component of the platform, Apex is the powerful reporting engine that unifies your performance monitoring solution. It not only works with OI, but also with the complete line of passive network and application management solutions like Observer Analyzer and the Observer GigaStor long-term packet capture device.

When Apex is used with OI and GigaStor, you have even greater management IQ, including the ability to find the connection between seemingly unrelated service events. For example, if end users complain of poor response time, the Apex dashboard may show degraded IBM WebSphere MQ health. But if you drill down within the WebSphere MQ, your servers show excessive CPU utilization – the root cause of the problem. These details are all stored within GigaStor, but are easily accessed remotely with both Apex and the Observer Analyzer Console.

Flow

Access Rich New Sources of Data

The Observer Infrastructure (OI) flow monitoring is ideal for network and IT staff seeking to seamlessly incorporate flow-based data with existing infrastructure monitoring – like those acquired via polling of their native-based agents.

OI provides a more comprehensive perspective of your IT services. With its integrated functionality, you can now configure flow-enabled devices to transmit buckets of new data to OI so you have the advanced insights you need – right on your desktop.

The Observer Platform's innovative resource management solution provides wide-scale visibility into flow data. This includes flexible NetFlow, IPFIX, AppFlow, and Medianet Performance Monitoring. Plus, it also significantly enhances application delivery visibility and provides detailed breakouts of traffic type and usage patterns.

OI flow benefits:

  • Saves you the expense of costly add-on modules – OI Flow comes standard
  • Provides monitoring support of flow-based technologies, including NetFlow, IPFIX, AppFlow, and Medianet
  • Summarizes traffic at specific network locations
  • Delivers traffic behavior intelligence alongside device health
  • Leverages existing devices to gain insight into local and branch network health
  • Aggregates all flow metrics with other system metrics

Network and application teams can quickly see flow data traversing local or remote sites. Instead of searching for flow data in various silos, OI provides metrics throughout your IT environment and aggregates them with other infrastructure parameters for ease of use. This expedites issue prevention and optimizes delivery of services across your entire network.

Active Discovery

Sweeping Network Visibility

You're in the driver's seat with Observer Infrastructure (OI) active discovery, the first step in comprehensive device health monitoring.

Use OI to obtain immediate and actionable information methods:

  • Spot degrading application health 
  • Detect VMs consuming excessive resources
  • Uncover imminent disk drive failures 
  • Capture cloud provider metrics 
  • Assess critical infrastructure instantly
  • Measure multi-tiered applications for health 
  • Validate router tables and software updates
  • Visualize IT resources architecture

With advanced intelligence, OI automatically initiates the active discovery process by detecting the presence of all devices. Depending on device response, OI polls the device to build a comprehensive profile of each system. All of this is accomplished in a few easy steps.

Once the process begins, OI automatically:

  • Discovers
  • Collects
  • Correlates
  • Reports all IT operations
  • Catalogs all monitored elements
  • Periodically validates metrics via ongoing polling

If there's a response failure or values materially change, OI sends an instant alert so you can take appropriate action. With OI, automatic or user-defined logical groupings provide straight-forward information that meets your specific needs. For instance, you can build reports for server support that call out host and virtualization details, while the application team views relevant metrics for layer 7 parameters.

Network teams rely on OI's deep analytic power into router status and critical route paths – crucial for SLA monitoring by capturing IP SLA, NBAR, and WAAS services. Unlike other resource monitoring solutions, OI isn't limited to Windows-based applications (WMI) and SNMP environments. OI accesses and integrates IT resources from diverse perspectives, including application response time based on well-known ports and synthetic transactions.

What's Monitored

Deep Monitoring & Proactive Management

Profit from a wellness approach to network, system, and application health by taking proactive control of your most critical resources with Observer Infrastructure (OI).

What makes OI uniquely exceptional?

Most IT operational management solutions narrowly focus on a limited subset of key parameters, and many require numerous add-ons to attain comprehensive visibility. But OI is organically simple: one solution = in-depth network knowledge.

Using multiple strategic methods, OI easily quantifies thousands of critical metrics. Simply supply IP addresses and proper credentials and from that point forward, it's automatic and ongoing. No user input is required to get actionable information.

  • Applications
    • Apache Tomcat™
      • Bytes Per Request
      • Bytes Per Second
      • CPU Load
      • Requests Per Second
      • Scoreboard - Available
      • Scoreboard - Cleanup
      • Scoreboard - Closing
      • Scoreboard - Connecting
      • Scoreboard - DNS Lookup
      • Scoreboard - Finishing
    • Apache Tomcat™ (JMX)
      • OS – Free Physical Memory Size
      • OS – Free Swap Space Size
      • Request Processor – Bytes Received/sec
      • Request Processor – Bytes Sent/sec
      • Request Processor – Errors/sec
      • Thread Pool – Acceptor Threads
      • Thread Pool – Current Busy Threads
      • Thread Pool – Poller Threads
      • Thread Pool – Running
      • Thread Pool – Send File Threads
    • GlassFish™
      • Thread - Blocked
      • Thread - New
      • Thread - Other
      • Thread - Running
      • Thread - Sleeping
      • Thread - Terminated
      • Thread - TimedWaiting
      • Thread - Total
      • Thread - Waiting
    • Java™ Runtime
      • ClassLoading - Loaded Classes
      • ClassLoading - Unloaded Classes
      • GarbageCollector - Collection Time
      • GarbageCollector - Collections
      • Heap Memory - Committed
      • Heap Memory - Init
      • Heap Memory - Max
      • Heap Memory - Used
      • NonHeap Memory - Committed
      • NonHeap Memory - Init
    • Jboss® Server
      • ConnectionPool - In Use
      • ConnectionPool - Max In Use
      • RequestProcessor - Requests/sec
      • Server - Active Threads
      • Server - Free Memory
      • Server - Max Memory
      • ThreadPool - Queue Size
      • Transaction - Actives
      • Transaction - Commits/sec
      • Transaction - Rollbacks/sec
    • Lotus® Domino Server
      • Database - CurrentEntriesInCache
      • Database - DAFailover
      • Database – DAReload
      • Domino - SessionCache
      • Domino - ThreadsActivePeak
      • Domino - UserCacheHitRate
      • Mail - CurrentByteTransferRate
      • Mail - CurrentMessageTransferRate
      • Mail - DBCacheEntries
      • Mail - DBCacheHits/sec
    • Microsoft .NET®
      • .NET Applications - Active Sessions
      • .NET Applications - Requests
      • Exceptions
      • JIT - Time in JIT
      • Locks - Contentions
      • Locks - Queue Length
      • Memory - Heap Size
      • Memory - Time in GC
      • Security - Runtime Checks
      • Threads - Logical Threads
    • SharePoint™ Server
      • Active Server Pages - Transactions Pending
      • Active Server Pages - Transactions/sec
      • Business Data Connectivity - Total Calls/sec
      • Business Data Connectivity - Updaters/sec
      • Document Conversions - Incoming EMail Messages Processed
      • Document Conversions - Pending Conversions
      • Excel Services Web FrontEnd - Active Requests
      • Excel Services Web FrontEnd - Requests/sec
      • FAST Content - Avg Callback Time
      • FAST Content - Avg End To End Time
    • Weblogic® Server
      • ExecuteQueue - Serviced Request Total
      • ExecuteQueue - Thread Current Idle
      • JDBCPool - Active Connections Average
      • JDBCPool - Active Connections Current
      • JMSServer - Messages Pending
      • JMSServer - Session Pools Current
      • JRockit Total Heap
      • JRockit Total Physical Memory
      • SAFAgent - Remote Endpoints Current
      • ThreadPool - Completed Requests
    • WebSphere® Application Server
      • JDBC Connection Pools - Wait Time
      • JDBC Connection Pools - Waiting Threads
      • JVM - Free Memory
      • JVM - Process CPU Usage
      • Session - NoRoomForNewSession
      • Session - Timeout Invalidation
      • Thread Pools - Active
      • Thread Pools - Active Time
      • Transactions - Optimizations/sec
      • Transactions - Rolledbacks/sec
  • Database Servers
    • DB2® Database
      • Agent - Idles
      • Agent - Pooleds
      • BufferPool - Data Writes/sec
      • BufferPool - Direct Reads/sec
      • BufferPool Hit Ratio - Temp Data Page
      • BufferPool Hit Ratio - Temp Index Page
      • Dynamic Cache - Deletes/sec
      • Dynamic Cache - Inserts/sec
      • Lock - Waitings
      • Tablespace - Free
    • Informix® Database
      • ActiveTable - Lock Timeouts/sec
      • ActiveTable - Lock Waits/sec
      • Chunk - Page Reads/sec
      • Chunk - Page Writes/sec
      • Log - Writes/sec
      • Server - Buffer Flushes/sec
      • Session - Current Memory
      • Session - Isam Reads/sec
      • Session - Isam Writes/sec
      • Session - Lock Requests/sec
    • MySQL® Server
      • Connections
      • Opened Tables
      • Qcache - Hits
      • Qcache - Inserts
      • Qcache - Not Cached
      • Qcache - Queries in Cache
      • Queries - Slow
      • Queries - Total
      • SSL - Accepts
      • SSL - Callback Cache Hits
    • Oracle® Database
      • Database - Cache Hit Ratio(Get)
      • Database - Cache Hit Ratio(Pin)
      • Database - Physical Access(Read)
      • Database - Physical Access(Write)
      • DataFile - File Access(Read)
      • DataFile - File Access(Write)
      • Tablespace - Disk Space Allocated
      • Tablespace - Disk Space Used
      • Tablespace - Space Usage
    • SQL Server
      • Buffer Manager - Page Reads/sec
      • Buffer Manager - Page Writes/sec
      • Databases - Active Transactions
      • Databases - Data Files Size
      • General Statistics - Logins/sec
      • General Statistics - User Connections
      • Latches - Average Latch Wait Time
      • Latches - Latch Waits/sec
      • Latches - Total Latch Wait Time
      • Locks - Average Lock Wait Time
    • Sybase® ASE
      • Database - %Used
      • Database - Allocated
      • Database - Used
      • Memory - % Used
      • Memory - Free
      • Memory - Used
      • Process - Memory Usage
      • Process - Physical IO
      • Process - Time Blocked
      • Remote Connections - Active
  • Flow (IPFIX)
    • Cisco® Medianet (NetFlow)
      • % Max Entries
      • Dropped Entries
      • Dropped Intermediate Entries
      • Entry Count
      • Intermediate Entry Count
      • Skipped Records
    • Cisco® NBAR (NetFlow)
      • % Max Entries
      • Dropped Entries
      • Dropped Intermediate Entries
      • Entry Count
      • Intermediate Entry Count
      • Skipped Records
    • Citrix® NetScaler AppFlow
      • % Max Entries
      • Dropped Entries
      • Dropped Intermediate Entries
      • Entry Count
      • Intermediate Entry Count
      • Skipped Records
    • Flow Statistics (NetFlow)
      • % Max Entries
      • Dropped Entries
      • Dropped Intermediate Entries
      • Entry Count
      • Intermediate Entry Count
      • Skipped Records
      •  
  • Network Devices
    • Anue™ Net Tool Optimizer
      • Dynamic Filter - % Bytes Passed
      • Dynamic Filter - % Packets Passed
      • Dynamic Filter - Inspected Bytes/sec
      • Network Port Filter - Received Packets/sec
      • Network Port Group Filter - % Bytes Passed
      • Network Port Group Filter - % Packets Passed
      • Tool Port Filter - Transmit Utilization
      • Tool Port Filter - Transmitted Bytes/sec
      • Tool Port Filter - Transmitted Packets/sec
      • Tool Port Group Filter - % Packets Passed
    • Brocade® Device
      • Brocade CPU Utilization (1 min)
      • Brocade Process CPU Utilization (1 min)
      • DRAM - BGP
      • DRAM - OSPF
    • Brocade Fabric Switch
      • Class 3 Frames - Discarded
      • Class 3 Frames - Received
      • Frames - Recieved
      • Frames - Transmitted
      • Multicast Frames – Received
      • Receive Errors - Frame Too Long
      • Receive Errors - Invalid Ordered Sets
      • Received Frames - Class 2
      • Received Frames - Link Control
      • Received Frames - Truncated
    • Check Point®
      • CPU Interrupts
      • CPU Utilization
      • Current Connections
      • Disk – Free %
      • Disk – Free Available %
      • Disk – Free Space Available
      • Disk – Free Space
      • HA State
      • Packets/sec - Accepted
      • Packets/sec - Dropped
    • Cisco® CBQoS
      • Class Map Bit Rate – Dropped
      • Class Map Bit Rate – PostPolicy
      • Class Map Bit Rate – PrePolicy
      • Class Map Packets - % Dropped
      • Class Map Packets – Dropped
      • Class Map Packets – PrePolicy
      • Match Statement PrePolicy – Bit Rate
      • Match Statement PrePolicy - Packets
    • Cisco Device Memory Pools
      • Big Buffers - Misses
      • Buffer Elements - Creates
      • Buffer Elements - Hits
      • Buffer Elements - Misses
      • Huge Buffers - Creates
      • Huge Buffers - Hits
      • Huge Buffers - Misses
      • Large Buffers - Creates
      • Large Buffers - Hits
      • Large Buffers - Misses
    • Cisco NBAR Raw Protocols
      • Inbound bytes/sec
      • Inbound packets/sec
      • Outbound bytes/sec
      • Outbound packets/sec
    • Discovered IP SLA Operations
      • Discovered LSP Path Echo
      • Discovered Metro-Ethernet Echo
      • Discovered Metro-Ethernet Jitter
      • Discovered TCP Connect
      • Discovered UDP Echo
      • Discovered UDP Jitter
      • Discovered UDP Jitter for VoIP
      • Discovered VoIP Call Setup (Post-Dial Delay)
      • Discovered VoIP Gatekeeper Registration Delay
      • Discovered VoIP RTP-Based
    • Gigamon® Host Resources
      • Dropped SNMP Packets
      • Fan Status
      • Power Status
      • SNMP Error - Receive crc-align
      • SNMP Error - Receive fragments
      • SNMP Error - Receive jabbers
      • SNMP Error - Receive obsolete
      • SNMP Error - Receive under-size
      • SNMP Error - Receive unknown
      • SNMP Error - Send jabbers
    • Host Resources
      • Hard Disk Utilization
      • hrSystemNumUsers
      • hrSystemProcesses
      • RAM Utilization
      • Virtual Memory Utilization
    • HP-3Com-H3C Switch Resources
      • Buffers - % Used
      • Buffers – Total
      • Buffers – Used
      • CPU Cost Rate – 1 Min
      • CPU Cost Rate – 5 Min
      • CPU Cost Rate – 5 Sec
      • Rash - % Free
      • Rash – Free Bytes
      • Rash – Total Bytes
      • Memory - % Free
    • Net-SNMP Enabled Device
      • CPU Utilization – Idle
      • CPU Utilization – Interrupt
      • CPU Utilization – Kernel
      • Disk - % Used Inodes
      • Disk - % Used Space
      • Load Average
      • Memory Utilization – Physical
      • Memory Utilization – Swap
      • Number of Blocks Swapped – In
    • Network Interfaces
      • Discards/sec - Out
      • Discards/sec - Total
      • Errors/sec - In
      • Errors/sec - Out
      • Errors/sec - Total
      • MBits/sec - In
      • MBits/sec - Out
      • MBits/sec - Total
      • MBytes/sec - In
      • MBytes/sec - Out
    • Router & Switch
      • CPU Utilization (1 min)
      • Free Memory
      • Memory Utilization
    • Resources/ Utilization
      • Hard Disk Utilization
      • hrSystemNumUsers
      • hrSystemProcesses
      • RAM Utilization
      • Virtual Memory Utilization
    • UPS
      • UPS Battery - Status
      • UPS Battery - Time Remaining Min
    • Windows® System
      • Access Permission Errors/sec
      • Cache Data Map Hits %
      • LogicalDisk - % Disk Time
      • LogicalDisk - % Free Space
      • Logon Errors/sec
      • Memory % Committed Bytes in Use
      • Memory Available MB
      • Network Interface Output Queue Length
      • Paging File - % Used
      • Processor % Processor Time
      •  
  • Cloud Monitoring (Private)
    • FlexPod™
      • Cisco® Entity FRU Control Notifications
        • FRU Fan Tray Status Change
        • FRU Inserted
        • FRU Module Status Change
        • FRU Power Status Change
        • FRU Power Supply Output Change
        • FRU Removed
        • FRU Unrecognized
      • Cisco® MDS Switch FC Name Server Statistics
        • Get Requests - In/sec
        • Get Requests - Out/sec
        • Reg Requests - In/sec
        • Reg Requests - Out/sec
        • Rejects/sec
        • RSNCs - In/sec
        • RSNCs - Outsec
        • Total Rejects/sec
      • Cisco® MDS Switch Traps
        • Domain Conflict
        • IVR AFID Mis-Configuration
        • Sensor Threshold Notification
      • Cisco® MDS Switch Zone Statistics
        • Zone Change – Accepts Rx/sec
        • Zone Change – Accepts Tx/sec
        • Zone Change – Reqs Rx/sec
        • Zone Change – Reqs Tx/sec
        • Zone GS3 – Rejects Tx/sec
        • Zone GS3 – Reqs Rx/sec
        • Zone Merge – Accepts Rx/sec
        • Zone Merge – Accepts Tx/sec
        • Zone Merge – Reqs Rx/sec
        • ZoneMerge – Reqs Tx/sec
      • Cisco® Nexus Switch Traps
        • FRU Power Status Change
        • FRU Power Status Change
        • Sensor Threshold Notification
        • Sensor Threshold Notification
      • Cisco® UCS (XML API)
        • Bytes – Received
        • Bytes – Sent
        • Multicast Packets Received - Broadcast
        • Multicast Packets Received - Multicast
        • Packet Errors – Bad CRC
        • Packet Errors – Dropped Send
        • Packets Sent – Good
        • Packet Sent – Total
        • Server – Input Current
        • Switch CPU Load
      • Cisco® UCS Alarm Counts (SNMP)
        • Alarm Count- Critical
        • Alarm Count – Major
        • Alarm Count - Minor
      • Cisco® UCS Traps
        • Alarm Asserted
        • Alarm Count- Critical
        • Alarm Count – Major
        • Alarm Count - Minor
        • Fault Active
        • Name Server Database Full
        • Name Server Rejected Registration
        • Sensor Threshold Notification
      • Hyper-V™ Server 2008
        • Logical Processor - % Guest Run Time
        • Logical Processor - % Hypervisor Run Time
        • Partition - 1G GPA Pages
        • Partition - 2M GPA Pages
        • Root Virtual Processor - % Hypervisor Run Time
        • Virtual IDE Controller - Read Bytes/sec
        • Virtual Storage Device - Write Count/sec
        • Virtual Switch - Bytes/sec
        • VM Vid Partition - Physical Pages Allocated
        • VM Vid Partition - Remote Pages Allocated
      • NetApp™ & IBM® N Series
        • CPU Utilization - Idle Time %
        • CPU Utilization - Non CP Interrup %
        • DiskDrive - Completion %
        • DiskDrive – Free
        • DiskDrive - Used Blocks %
        • LUN - Errors/sec
        • LUN - WriteOps/sec
        • Volume - Available
        • Volume - Capacity %
        • Volume - Inode Capacity %
      • VMware® ESX Server-Host (WSD)
        • Host CPU - Usage MHz
        • Host CPU - Utilization %
        • Host Disk - Reads KBps
        • Host Disk - Usage KBps
        • Host Memory - Swap Used MB
        • Host Network - Receive KBps
        • Host Network - Transmit KBps
        • Host Network - Usage KBps
        • Host System - CPU Avg Usage MHz
        • Host System - Uptime Sec
      • VMware® ESX Server-Resource Pool (WSD)
        • Resource Pool CPU – Usage
        • Resource Pool Memory – Active
        • Resource Pool Memory – Balloon
        • Resource Pool Memory – Granted
        • Resource Pool Memory – Overhead
        • Resource Pool Memory – Shared
        • Resource Pool Memory – Swapped
        • Resource Pool Memory - Zero
      • VMware® ESX Server-VM (WSD)
        • VM CPU - Usage MHz
        • VM CPU - Utilization %
        • VM Disk - Reads KBps
        • VM Disk - Usage KBps
        • VM Memory - Consumed MB
        • VM Memory - Granted MB
        • VM Network - Receive KBps
        • VM Network - Transmit KBps
        • VM Network - Usage KBps
        • VM System - Uptime Sec
    • Hyper-V Cloud Fast Track
      • Cisco® UCS (XML API)
        • Bytes – Received
        • Bytes – Sent
        • Multicast Packets Received - Broadcast
        • Multicast Packets Received - Multicast
        • Packet Errors – Bad CRC
        • Packet Errors – Dropped Send
        • Packets Sent – Good
        • Packet Sent – Total
        • Server – Input Current
        • Switch CPU Load
      • Cisco® UCS Alarm Counts (SNMP)
        • Alarm Count- Critical
        • Alarm Count – Major
        • Alarm Count - Minor
      • Cisco® UCS Traps
        • Alarm Asserted
        • Alarm Count- Critical
        • Alarm Count – Major
        • Alarm Count - Minor
        • Fault Active
        • Name Server Database Full
        • Name Server Rejected Registration
        • Sensor Threshold Notification
      • Hyper-V™ Server 2008
        • Logical Processor - % Guest Run Time
        • Logical Processor - % Hypervisor Run Time
        • Partition - 1G GPA Pages
        • Partition - 2M GPA Pages
        • Root Virtual Processor - % Hypervisor Run Time
        • Virtual IDE Controller - Read Bytes/sec
        • Virtual Storage Device - Write Count/sec
        • Virtual Switch - Bytes/sec
        • VM Vid Partition - Physical Pages Allocated
        • VM Vid Partition - Remote Pages Allocated
      • NetApp™ & IBM® N Series
        • CPU Utilization - Idle Time %
        • CPU Utilization - Non CP Interrup %
        • DiskDrive - Completion %
        • DiskDrive – Free
        • DiskDrive - Used Blocks %
        • LUN - Errors/sec
        • LUN - WriteOps/sec
        • Volume - Available
        • Volume - Capacity %
        • Volume - Inode Capacity %
    • Vblock™
      • Cisco® Entity FRU Control Notifications
        • FRU Fan Tray Status Change
        • FRU Inserted
        • FRU Module Status Change
        • FRU Power Status Change
        • FRU Power Supply Output Change
        • FRU Removed
        • FRU Unrecognized
      • Cisco® MDS Switch FC Name Server Statistics
        • Get Requests - In/sec
        • Get Requests - Out/sec
        • Reg Requests - In/sec
        • Reg Requests - Out/sec
        • Rejects/sec
        • RSNCs - In/sec
        • RSNCs - Outsec
        • Total Rejects/sec
      • Cisco® MDS Switch Traps
        • Domain Conflict
        • IVR AFID Mis-Configuration
        • Sensor Threshold Notification
      • Cisco® MDS Switch Zone Statistics
        • Zone Change – Accepts Rx/sec
        • Zone Change – Accepts Tx/sec
        • Zone Change – Reqs Rx/sec
        • Zone Change – Reqs Tx/sec
        • Zone GS3 – Rejects Tx/sec
        • Zone GS3 – Reqs Rx/sec
        • Zone Merge – Accepts Rx/sec
        • Zone Merge – Accepts Tx/sec
        • Zone Merge – Reqs Rx/sec
        • ZoneMerge – Reqs Tx/sec
      • Cisco® Nexus Switch Traps
        • FRU Power Status Change
        • FRU Power Status Change
        • Sensor Threshold Notification
        • Sensor Threshold Notification
      • Cisco® UCS (XML API)
        • Bytes – Received
        • Bytes – Sent
        • Multicast Packets Received - Broadcast
        • Multicast Packets Received - Multicast
        • Packet Errors – Bad CRC
        • Packet Errors – Dropped Send
        • Packets Sent – Good
        • Packet Sent – Total
        • Server – Input Current
        • Switch CPU Load
      • Cisco® UCS Alarm Counts (SNMP)
        • Alarm Count- Critical
        • Alarm Count – Major
        • Alarm Count - Minor
      • Cisco® UCS Traps
        • Alarm Asserted
        • Alarm Count- Critical
        • Alarm Count – Major
        • Alarm Count - Minor
        • Fault Active
        • Name Server Database Full
        • Name Server Rejected Registration
        • Sensor Threshold Notification
      • EMC CLARiiON® (SMI-S)
        • Array IOs - Write Hit/sec
        • Array IOs - Write/sec
        • Array KBytes - Read/sec
        • Array KBytes - Transferred/sec
        • Disk KBytes - Written/sec
        • Snap Session IOs - Read/sec
        • SP Dirty Pages - /sec
        • SP Flushes - High Water/sec
        • SP KBytes - Written/sec
        • Volume - Disk Crossings/sec
      • EMC Symmetrix (SMI-S)
        • Array KBytes - Written/sec
        • Disk IOs - Read/sec
        • RR Group - Write IOs/sec
        • SP IOs - BE Read/sec
        • SP KBytes - BE Transferred/sec
        • SP KBytes - FE Transferred/sec
        • SP KBytes - SRDF Transferred/sec
        • Volume IOs - Read Hit/sec
        • Volume IOs - Read/sec
        • Volume IOs - Total/sec
      • VMware® ESX Server-Host (WSD)
        • Host CPU - Usage MHz
        • Host CPU - Utilization %
        • Host Disk - Reads KBps
        • Host Disk - Usage KBps
        • Host Memory - Swap Used MB
        • Host Network - Receive KBps
        • Host Network - Transmit KBps
        • Host Network - Usage KBps
        • Host System - CPU Avg Usage MHz
        • Host System - Uptime Sec
      • VMware® ESX Server-Resource Pool (WSD)
        • Resource Pool CPU – Usage
        • Resource Pool Memory – Active
        • Resource Pool Memory – Balloon
        • Resource Pool Memory – Granted
        • Resource Pool Memory – Overhead
        • Resource Pool Memory – Shared
        • Resource Pool Memory – Swapped
        • Resource Pool Memory - Zero
      • VMware® ESX Server-VM (WSD)
        • VM CPU - Usage MHz
        • VM CPU - Utilization %
        • VM Disk - Reads KBps
        • VM Disk - Usage KBps
        • VM Memory - Consumed MB
        • VM Memory - Granted MB
        • VM Network - Receive KBps
        • VM Network - Transmit KBps
        • VM Network - Usage KBps
        • VM System - Uptime Sec
  • Cloud Monitoring (Public)
    • Amazon® CloudWatch™
      • Auto Scaling Group
        • Auto Scaling Group Instances - in Service
        • Auto Scaling Group Instances - Pending
        • Auto Scaling Group Instances - Terminating
        • Auto Scaling Group Instances - Total
        • Auto Scaling Group Size - Desired
        • Auto Scaling Group Size - Max
        • Auto Scaling Group Size - Min
      • DynamoDB
        • DynamoDB – Consumed Read Capacity Units
        • DynamoDB – Consumed Write Capacity Units
        • DynamoDB – Successful Request Latency
        • DynamoDB – User Errors
      • Elastic Block Store™ (EBS)
        • Volume - Idle Time
        • Volume - Queue Length
        • Volume - Read Bytes
        • Volume - Read Ops
        • Volume - Read Time
        • Volume - Write Bytes
        • Volume - Write Ops
        • Volume - Write Time
      • Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2)
        • CPU - Utilization
        • Disk - Read Bytes
        • Disk - Read Ops
        • Disk - Write Bytes
        • Disk - Write Ops
        • Network - In Bytes
        • Network - Out Bytes
      • Elastic Load Balancing
        • ELB – Healthy Host
        • ELB – HTTP 2xx from back-end instances
        • ELB – HTTP 3xx from back-end instances
        • ELB – HTTP 4xx from back-end instances
        • ELB – HTTP 4xx from ELB
        • ELB – HTTP 5xx from back-end instances
        • ELB – HTTP 5xx from ELB
        • ELB – Unhealthy Host
        • Latency
        • Requests
      • Relational Database Service (RDS)
        • RDS - Bin Log Disk Usage
        • RDS - Connections
        • RDS - CPU Utilization
        • RDS - Free Storage Space
        • RDS - Read Latency
        • RDS - Read Ops
        • RDS - Read Throughput
        • RDS - Write Latency
        • RDS - Write Ops
        • RDS - Write Throughput
      • Simple Notification Service (SNS)
        • SNS Messages - Publish Size
        • SNS Messages - Published
        • SNS Notifications - Delivered
        • SNS Notifications - Failed
      • Simple Queue Service (SQS)
        • SQS Messages - Deleted
        • SQS Messages - Empty Receives
        • SQS Messages - Invisible
        • SQS Messages - Received
        • SQS Messages - Sent
        • SQS Messages - Sent Size
        • SQS Messages - Visible
    • CloudKick™
      • CPU - IO Wait
      • CPU - IRQ
      • Disk - Blocks Avail
      • Disk - Blocks Free
      • Memory - % Used
      • Memory - Free
      • Memory - Total
      • Memory - Used
      • Swap - % Used
      • Swap - Total
      • RackSpace™
      • GoGrid
      • Linode
      • Hosting.com
      • Joyent
      • OpSource
      • RimuHosting
      • Slicehost
      • Softlayer
      • VPS.NET
    • Google App Engine™
      • Channels - Data Sent
      • Channels - Data Sent %
      • Deployments
      • Deployments %
      • Mail Emailed - Recipients %
      • Memcache – Calls
      • Resource - CPU Time / sec
      • Resource Bandwidth – Incoming
      • Storage - High Replication Data %
      • Storage - Indexes %
    • SAN
      • DELL® EqualLogic
        • DiskDrive - IOs/sec
        • DiskDrive - Xfers/sec
        • Volume - CmdPdus/sec
        • Volume - ReadAvgLatency
        • Volume - ReadOp/sec
        • Volume - RspPdus/sec
        • Volume - RxData/sec
        • Volume - TxData/sec
        • Volume - WriteAvgLatency
        • Volume - WriteOp/sec
      • EMC CLARiiON® (SMI-S®)
        • Array IOs - Write Hit/sec
        • Array IOs - Write/sec
        • Array KBytes - Read/sec
        • Array KBytes - Transferred/sec
        • Disk KBytes - Written/sec
        • Snap Session IOs - Read/sec
        • SP Dirty Pages - /sec
        • SP Flushes - High Water/sec
        • SP KBytes - Written/sec
        • Volume - Disk Crossings/sec
      • EMC Celerra®
        • CPU - Util%
        • DiskVolumes - IO Retries/sec
        • dVol - Write KB/sec
        • FileSystem Space - Available
        • IP Total Packets - Sent/sec
        • Memory Free
        • MetaVolumes - Write Ops/sec
        • MetaVolumes - Write Requests/sec
        • NetDevices - Network In Errors/sec
        • NetDevices - Network In KiB/sec
      • EMC Symmetrix® (SMI-S)
        • Array KBytes - Written/sec
        • Disk IOs - Read/sec
        • RR Group - Write IOs/sec
        • SP IOs - BE Read/sec
        • SP KBytes - BE Transferred/sec
        • SP KBytes - FE Transferred/sec
        • SP KBytes - SRDF Transferred/sec
        • Volume IOs - Read Hit/sec
        • Volume IOs - Read/sec
        • Volume IOs - Total/sec
      • InforTrend EonStor® Series
        • Fan Status
        • Hdd Status
        • LDriver Status
        • PowerSupply Status
        • TempSensor Status
        • UPS Status
      • NetApp® & IBM® N Series
        • Cpu Utilization - Idle Time %
        • Cpu Utilization - Non CP Interrup %
        • DiskDrive - Completion %
        • DiskDrive - Free
        • DiskDrive - Used Blocks %
        • LUN - Errors/sec
        • LUN - WriteOps/sec
        • Volume - Available
        • Volume - Capacity %
        • Volume - Inode Capacity %
      • SAN™ Fabric Switch
        • Errors/sec
        • InvalidTxWords/sec
        • LinkFailures/sec
        • LossofSynch/sec
        • Rx - Bytes/sec
        • Rx - Class1Frames/sec
        • Rx - Class2Frames/sec
        • Rx - Class3Frames/sec
        • Rx - LinkResets/sec
        • Rx - Objects/sec
        •  
    • Unified Communications
      • Avaya® Gateway
        • Application Memory Manager - Memory Size
        • CPU Utilization - Average
        • CPU Utilization - Current
        • Memory Utilization - Allocation Failures
        • Memory Utilization - Dynamically Allocated Memory Available
        • Memory Utilization - Dynamically Allocated Memory Used
        • Memory Utilization - Percenatge of Memory Used
      • Cisco® UC Manager (Call Manager)
        • CTI Devices - Rejected
        • CTI Devices - Unregistered
        • Gateways - % Registered
        • Gateways - % Rejected
        • Gateways - Rejected
        • Gateways - Unregistered
        • Media Devices - % Registered
        • Media Devices - % Rejected
        • Phones - Unregistered
        • Voice Mail Devices - % Registered
      • Cisco® Unified IP Phone
        • Average Jitter
        • Interval Conceal Ratio
        • Latency
        • Max Conceal Ratio
        • Max Jitter
        • Max MOS LQK
        • Min MOS LQK
        • MOS LQK
      • Microsoft® Lync™ Server 2010
        • LS:QMSAgent - 00 - QoE - 017 - # Fails Snding Reports to ERC
        • LS:QMSAgent - 00 - QoE - 018 - # Reports Not Sent
        • LS:SIP - 00 - Networking - 006 - Cons Refused Due to Overld
        • LS:SIP - 00 - Networking - 007 - Cons Refused Due to Ovrld/s
        • LS:SIP - 02 - Protocol - 012 - Messages Inserver
        • LS:SIP - 02 - Protocol - 021 - Avg Inc Msg Processing Time
        • LS:SIP - 04 - Responses - 053 - Local 500 Responses/sec
        • LS:SIP - 04 - Responses - SIP - 055 - Local 503 Resps/sec
        • LS:USrv - 01 - DBStore - Usrv - 002 - Queue Latency (msec)
        • LS:USrv - 01 - DBStore - Usrv - 004 - Sproc Latency (msec)
    • Virtualization
      • Citrix XenApp™
        • Citrix Virtual Memory Optimization - Physical Memory
        • Citrix Virtual Memory Optimization - Virtual Memory
        • CitrixLicensing - Availability
        • CitrixLicensing - CPU Load
        • CitrixLicensing - Physical Memory
        • CitrixLicensing - Virtual Memory
        • Citrix XenServer
        • CtxHttp - Physical Memory
        • CtxHttp - Virtual Memory
        • ICA Session Input - Audio Bandwidth
        • ICA Session Input - Clipboard Bandwidth
      • Citrix XenServer™
        • HOST - Agent Memory Allocation
        • HOST - Agent Memory Free
        • HOST - Agent Memory Live
        • HOST - Agent Memory Usage
        • HOST - Control Domain Load
        • HOST - CPU Usage
        • HOST - Loopback Receive
        • HOST - Loopback Send
        • HOST - Network Receive
        • HOST - Network Send
      • Hyper-V® Server 2008
        • Logical Processor - % Guest Run Time
        • Logical Processor - % Hypervisor Run Time
        • Partition - 1G GPA Pages
        • Partition - 2M GPA Pages
        • Root Virtual Processor - % Hypervisor Run Time
        • Virtual IDE Controller - Read Bytes/sec
        • Virtual Storage Device - Write Count/sec
        • Virtual Switch - Bytes/sec
        • VM Vid Partition - Physical Pages Allocated
        • VM Vid Partition - Remote Pages Allocated
      • Microsoft® Virtual Server
        • Virtual Machines - Average CPU Utilization
        • Virtual Machines - Instances
        • Virtual Machines - Max CPU Utilization
        • Virtual Machines - Total Disk Space Used
      • Parallels Virtuozzo™
        • Net Statistics - Incoming KBytes/sec
        • Net Statistics - Incoming Packets/sec
        • Net Statistics - Outgoing KBytes/sec
        • Net Statistics - Outgoing Packets/sec
        • Quota Statistics - Disk Inodes Usage(Hard)
        • Quota Statistics - Disk Inodes Usage(Soft)
        • Quota Statistics - Disk Space Usage(Hard)
        • Quota Statistics - Disk Space Usage(Soft)
        • Quota Statistics - UGID Usage(Hard)
      • Sun Solaris
        • CPU-Percent System Time
        • CPU-Percent User Time
        • Disk Utilization - Space Free %
        • Disk Utilization - Space Free MB
        • Disk Utilization - Space Used %
        • Disk Utilization - Space Used MB
        • Number of Processes
        • Physical Memory-Free %
        • Physical Memory-Used %
        • Swap Memory-Free %
      • VMware® ESX Server (SNMP)
        • CPU Utilization
        • Disk Utilization - Reads/sec
        • Disk Utilization - Writes/sec
        • Memory - Free MB
        • Memory - Utilization
        • Network Utilization - In KBytes/sec
        • Network Utilization - In Packets/sec
        • Network Utilization - Out KBytes/sec
        • Network Utilization - Out Packets/sec
        • Virtual Machine State
      • VMware ESX Server-Host (WSD)
        • Host CPU - Usage MHz
        • Host CPU - Utilization %
        • Host Disk - Reads KBps
        • Host Disk - Usage KBps
        • Host Memory - Swap Used MB
        • Host Network - Receive KBps
        • Host Network - Transmit KBps
        • Host Network - Usage KBps
        • Host System - CPU Avg Usage MHz
        • Host System - Uptime Sec
      • VMware ESX Server-VM (WSD)
        • M CPU - Usage MHz
        • VM CPU - Utilization %
        • VM Disk - Reads KBps
        • VM Disk - Usage KBps
        • VM Memory - Consumed MB
        • VM Memory - Granted MB
        • VM Network - Receive KBps
        • VM Network - Transmit KBps
        • VM Network - Usage KBps
        • VM System - Uptime Sec
        • VMware for Windows (WMI)
      • VMware for Windows (WMI)
        • VM - Max % Physical Memory Touched
        • VM Instances
      • VMware vCenter Server
        • vCenter Hierarchy
    • VPN Appliances
      • Cisco® ASA
        • Active Tunnels - IKE Global
        • Active Tunnels - IPsec Global
        • IKE Global - Bytes In
        • IKE Global - Bytes Out
        • IKE Global - Packets Dropped In
        • IKE Global - Packets Dropped Out
        • IKE Global - Packets In
        • IKE Global - Packets Out
        • IKE Tunnel - Bytes In
        • IKE Tunnel - Bytes Out
      • Citrix Secure Gateway
        • CGP - Active Connections
        • CGP - Bytes/sec from Client
        • CGP - Bytes/sec to Client
        • CGP - KBytes from Client
        • CGP - KBytes to Client
        • CGP - Peak Bytes/sec from Client
        • CGP - Peak Bytes/sec to Client
        • CGP - Successful Connections
        • Connections - Actual /sec
        • Connections - Average (ms)
      • SonicWALL VPN
        • VPN Bytes - In
        • VPN Bytes - Out
        • VPN Fragmented Packets - In
        • VPN Fragmented Packets - Out
        • VPN Packets - In
        • VPN Packets - Out
    • WAN Acceleration
      • Cisco® WASS
          • WAAS CM
            • Device Alarmed Status Severity
            • Device Status
            • EPM Accelerator Status
            • HTTP Accelerator Status
            • MAPI Accelerator Status
            • NFS Accelerator Status
            • SSL Accelerator Status
            • Video Accelerator Status
            • WAFS Core Accelerator Status
            • WAFS Edge Accelerator Status
          • WAAS Core Server
            • CoreServer Received - Compression Ratio
            • CoreServer Received - KBytes/sec
            • CoreServer Received - Messages/sec
            • CoreServer Sent - Compression Ratio
            • CoreServer Sent - KBytes/sec
            • CoreServer Sent - Messages/sec
            • CoreServer Status - Connection
            • CoreServer Status - Running
          • WAAS Edge Server
            • EdgeServer Cache - Current Resources
            • EdgeServer Cache - Current Volume
            • EdgeServer Cache - Disk Space Utilization
            • EdgeServer Cache - Evicted Age
            • EdgeServer Cache - Resources Evicted/sec
            • EdgeServer Cache - Resources Utilization
            • EdgeServer CIFS - Bytes Read/sec
            • EdgeServer CIFS - Bytes Written/sec
            • EdgeServer CIFS - Connected Sessions
            • EdgeServer CIFS - Local Requests %
            •  
      • f5 BIG-IP®
        • f5 BIG-IP GTM™
          • GTM Pool - Dropped Connections
          • GTM Pool - Explicit IP Rule
          • GTM Pool - Resolve Return To Dns
          • GTM Pool Load Balance Method - Alternate
          • GTM Pool Load Balance Method - Fallback
          • GTM Pool Load Balance Method - Preferred
          • GTM Pool Member Load Balance Method - Alternate
          • GTM Pool Member Load Balance Method - Fallback
          • GTM Pool Member Load Balance Method - Preferred
          • GTM Virtual Server - Bits In
        • f5 BIG-IP Interface
          • Interface - Bytes In
          • Interface - Bytes Out
          • Interface - Drops In
          • Interface - Drops Out
          • Interface - Errors In
          • Interface - Errors Out
          • Interface - Multicast Packets In
          • Interface - Multicast Packets Out
          • Interface - Packets In
          • Interface - Packets Out
        • f5 BIG-IP LTM™ Pool
          • Pool Pva - Bytes In
          • Pool Pva - Bytes Out
          • Pool Pva - Packets In
          • Pool Pva - Packets Out
          • Pool Pva Assist Connections
          • Pool Pva Assist Connections - Current
          • Pool Pva Connections
          • Pool Pva Connections - Current
          • Pool Pva Connections - Maximum
          • Pool Server - Bytes In
        • f5 BIG-IP LTM™ Pool Member
          • Pool Member Pva - Bytes In
          • Pool Member Pva - Bytes Out
          • Pool Member Pva - Packets In
          • Pool Member Pva - Packets Out
          • Pool Member Pva Assist Connections
          • Pool Member Pva Assist Connections - Current
          • Pool Member Pva Connections
          • Pool Member Pva Connections - Current
          • Pool Member Pva Connections - Maximum
          • Pool Member Requests
        • f5 BIG-IP LTM™ Virtual Server
          • Virtual Server Client - Bytes In
          • Virtual Server Client - Bytes Out
          • Virtual Server Client - Packets In
          • Virtual Server Client - Packets Out
          • Virtual Server Client Connections
          • Virtual Server Client Connections - Current
          • Virtual Server Client Connections - Maximum
          • Virtual Server Ephemeral - Bytes In
          • Virtual Server Ephemeral - Bytes Out
          • Virtual Server Ephemeral - Packets In
        • f5 BIG-IP® System
          • GTM Wide IPs - Dropped Connections
          • GTM Wide IPs - Persisted Requests
          • GTM Wide IPs - Requests
          • GTM Wide IPs - Resolutions
          • GTM Wide IPs - Resolve Return To Dns
          • System Client - Bytes In
          • System Client - Bytes Out
          • System Client - Packets In
          • System Client - Packets Out
          • System Client Connections - Current
        • f5 BIG-IP® Web Accelerator
          • WAM Application From Cache
          • WAM Application From Cache - 100k
          • WAM Application From Cache - 10k
          • WAM Application From Cache - 1500
          • WAM Application From Cache - 1m
          • WAM Application From Cache - 500k
          • WAM Application From Cache - 50k
          • WAM Application From Cache - 5m
          • WAM Application From Cache - Bytes
          • WAM Application From Cache – Large
      • Riverbed & HP StorageWorks Riverbed Interceptor Appliance
        • WAN Accelerator
          • CPU Time - Idle
          • CPU Time - System
          • CPU Time - User
          • Neighbor - Connection Enable
          • Neighbor - Connections
          • Process - Failures
          • Process - Status
          • System - Health
          • System - Service Status
    • Web Servers/Other
      • Active Directory® Server
        • DNS - Virtual Memory
        • Dnscache - Availability
        • Dnscache - CPU Load
        • Dnscache - Physical Memory
        • Dnscache - Virtual Memory
        • DRA - Inbound Speed
        • DRA - Outbound Speed
        • IsmServ - Availability
        • IsmServ - CPU Load
        • IsmServ - Physical Memory
      • Apache™ HTTP Server
        • Bytes Per Request
        • Bytes Per Second
        • CPU Load
        • Requests Per Second
        • Scoreboard - Available
        • Scoreboard - Cleanup
        • Scoreboard - Closing
        • Scoreboard - Connecting
        • Workers - Busy
        • Workers - Idle
      • Blackberry® Server (SNMP & Services)
        • BBAttachServer - Physical Memory
        • BBAttachServer - Virtual Memory
        • BlackBerry Controller - Availability
        • BlackBerry Controller - CPU Load
        • BlackBerry MDS Connection Service - Virtual Memory
        • BlackBerry Policy Service - Availability
        • BlackBerry Router - CPU Load
        • BlackBerry Router - Physical Memory
        • BlackBerry Router - Virtual Memory
        • BlackBerry Server Alert - Availability
      • Exchange Server™ (2000, 2003, 2007, 2010)
        • Database - Table Open Cache Hits
        • ExchangeLink - Number of Messages
        • ExchangeLink - Size of Queue
        • ExchangeQueue - Number of Messages
        • ExchangeQueue - Size of Queue
        • MSExchangeImap4 - Physical Memory
        • MSExchangeImap4 - Virtual Memory
        • MSExchangeIS - Availability
        • MSExchangeIS - CPU Load
        • MSExchangeIS - Physical Memory
        • MSExchangeIS - Virtual Memory
      • Internet Information Server (IIS)
        • Connections - Peak
        • Logon - Attempts/sec
        • Logon - Non-Anonymous Users/sec
        • Requests - CGI/sec
        • Requests - GET/sec
        • Requests - ISAPI/sec
        • Requests - Not-Found Errors/sec
        • Requests - POST/sec
        • Traffic - Bytes Received/sec
        • Traffic - Bytes Sent/sec
      • IPMI Sensor Information
        • All Discrete
        • All Threshold-based
      • Microsoft Failover Cluster
        • Network – Availability
        • Node – Availability
        • Resource – Availability
        • ResourceGroup – Availability
        • Service – Availability
        • Shared Volume – Availability
      • Microsoft NLB Cluster
        • Node – Availability
        • Node - Priority
        • Node – Status
        • Port Rule - State

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