NETWORK MONITORING SOLUTION SERVERASSIST NOW MONITORS LINUX/UNIX SERVERS
September 07, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Technology NewsAldebaran Systems, Inc., a leading software development company, announced today the availability of version 4.3 of their flagship product ServerAssist. ServerAssist, which has been described as the most comprehensive server monitoring solution, has added the capability of monitoring L inux/Unix servers.
Specifically, the new version will allow IT professionals to proactively identify problems with Linux/Unix servers by monitoring their core metrics such as processor load, memory usage, and disk space. With this information IT professionals will have the ability to fix problems before they happen. 4.3 can monitor systems running RedHat, Suse, Ubuntu and others. This is in addition to the robust and comprehensive Windows server health monitoring and SNMP network device monitoring that is already available with ServerAssist.
“ServerAssist, with its agent-based and agentless architecture, combined with support for Windows and Linux, is the ideal solution for organizations of any size that rely on their IT infrastructure and line-of-business applications,” said Graham Bradshaw, President of Aldebaran Systems, Inc. “ServerAssist's broad feature set of comprehensive network monitoring, instant alerting, automatic recovery and real-time reporting make it a must have for all IT professionals.”
Networking problems and server downtime cost organization’s millions of dollars every year. Downtime can cut into any organizations’ overall revenue no matter how big or small the organization. ServerAssist can greatly reduce this costly situation allowing IT professionals to focus their time on other aspects of their demanding job.
Initial setup of ServerAssist is quick and painless as it can be deployed over the network from an administrator’s desktop. ServerAssist provides both an MMC snap-in and a web-based interface, and both local and remote computers can be fully managed using either interface. This gives IT professionals the ability to manage their entire network from anywhere.
A free evaluation edition of ServerAssist can be downloaded from the web site, www.serverassist.com . The 30-day evaluation software installs in minutes and comes with full technical support.
Aldebaran Systems, the software development company behind ServerAssist, started in 1995 and provides services to a broad range of organizations. The company develops complete e-business systems, fully integrated with existing business processes.