PRTG Network Monitor (NS521015)
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In the ever-evolving tech landscape, staying ahead of the curve is paramount. That's why we at Paessler made a decisive move by acquiring Qbilon, a promising trailblazer in IT landscape analysis. This acquisition isn't just about expanding our portfolio; it's about reshaping the way IT departments interact with their infrastructures. ?? We will take a look at the massive ROI benefit that Qbilon brings, but first, let's look at what they do, and why they caught our eye.
More and more companies are captivated by the RISC-V revolution (Reduced Instruction Set Computer - Version Five, say ?risc-five?). With a golden future on the horizon, RISC-V is poised to reshape the computing landscape. Tech giants like Google are recognizing its potential, going so far as starting to make RISC-V a ?tier-1 platform? in Android. The open-source nature of RISC-V invites collaboration and empowers developers to shape the future of computing. But what exactly is RISC-V, and what advantages does it hold in comparison to ARM and x86? In this article, we will embark on an enlightening journey to unravel the mysteries of RISC-V and delve into its extraordinary advantages.
Monitoring industrial information networks is essential to ensure performance, reduce unplanned downtime, and optimize energy use in daily production. An important aspect of monitoring these networks is understanding the protocols in use, the most common of which are HTTP, OPC UA, and MQTT, among others. For this article, we will focus specifically on monitoring MQTT, which has become more common in Operational Technology networks with the rise of the IIoT (Industrial Internet of Things).
Even the best managed, designed, and equipped network in the world will still occasionally go wrong (yes, we?re looking at you, DNS). Let?s face it, that?s why most of us sysadmins have a job: ?cos stuff breaks. When "bad stuff?" does happen, the quicker you know about it, the quicker you can fix it.
In the business to business (B2B) space, the term "observability" has been trending, sparking curiosity and many questions. In this article I'll answer some of the most common of these questions. So grab a seat, and let us dive right in! ??
Paessler PRTG 23.3.86 is now available in the stable release channel! The main focus of this release is to provide security fixes throughout PRTG. In addition, this release includes the experimental sensor SNMP Disk Free v2, improvements for several other experimental sensor types, and an update of the German and Spanish language files.
In today's technology-driven business landscape, IT monitoring has emerged as a formidable tool, not just for optimizing operational efficiency, but also for championing sustainable practices. By leveraging sophisticated IT monitoring, businesses can significantly reduce their energy expenditure, thereby contributing to both their bottom line and the environment. This article delves deeper into the expansive potential of IT monitoring and showcases how Paessler has been a beacon of change in aiding companies to monitor and enhance their resource utilization, all within the broader context of sustainability.
Continuously logging events is an essential aspect of modern IT infrastructure. Ensuring that everything is running smoothly requires keeping an eye on numerous logs. Today I will show you how PRTG monitoring solutions make this task more manageable. Let's go! ??
The industrial control cabinet has long been a staple in industrial environments. It provides a neat solution to keeping devices organized, often with protection against harmful conditions found on factory floors like excessive dust or humidity. With the rise of automation, the devices in a cabinet have become more varied as IIoT has required more network connectivity than in the past. Because of this, the role of ensuring all the parts inside the cabinet are working falls somewhere between the OT technicians and IT administrators. Knowing what?s going on inside an industrial cabinet requires a combined overview ? which is only possible with a holistic monitoring approach that spans OT, IT and the IIoT.
SMS Group uses Paessler PRTG Enterprise Monitor to ensure performance and reliability ? as well as identify and eliminate weak spots ? during the construction, testing, and start-up of metallurgical plants (steel production plants), and thereby optimize the quality of its production lines.
In today's fast-paced and interconnected world, organizations heavily rely on their network infrastructure to support their daily operations. Ensuring the security and optimal performance of these networks can be a complex task.
We realized early on that our users needed to access their PRTG alarms and data while at home, at work, or even on the go and after hours. This led us to develop an app for iPhone and iPad, followed quickly by an Android version. Briefly, we also had a Blackberry and Windows Mobile app ? but the history of those is a story for another day? ??
You?re crazy if you don?t start in the cloud; you?re crazy if you stay on it.
Backing up is not only for user data; it's also critical for security and network device configuration data. Although these kinds of backups can be complex and time-consuming, there are tools that help automate the process. Let's look at how BackBox and Paessler PRTG monitoring software can be used to do this.
If it is obvious that increasing requirements for the economy to effectively protect the climate lay in our future, how do smart decision-makers prepare for the new normal today? Each region of our world differs from the other in its economic parameters. And different ways of asking can sometimes yield conflicting answers. What unites us all is the disruptive impact of climate change, which is posing an ever-increasing threat to humankind. In this study, we examine the ASEAN and ANZ markets in more detail, to better understand the current state of sustainability practices among businesses ? and dive into current barriers in deploying green IT practices.
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You are using the Freeware version of PRTG Network Monitor so you can already cover all aspects of state-of-the-art network monitoring: . This enables you to monitor uptime , traffic and bandwidth usage with only one tool. You can also create comprehensive reports with the integrated reporting and analysis features. This makes PRTG one clear and simple monitoring solution for your entire network.
The software runs 24/7 to monitor your network. All you need is a computer with a Windows operating system. PRTG includes everything that you need in one installater so you can start monitoring your network right away. The Software records bandwidth and network usage and stores the data in an integrated high-performance database. Add all the network devices which you want to monitor via an easy-to-use web-based user interface and configure sensors that retrieve the desired data. You can create usage reports and provide colleagues and customers access to data graphs and tables.
PRTG supports all common protocols to get network data: Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP), Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI), Packet Sniffing, Cisco NetFlow as well as other vendor specific flow protocols, SSH, SOAP, and many other network protocols.
PRTG Network Monitor provides about 200 sensor types so you can start monitoring your standard systems directly after installation. These include monitoring Ping times, HTTP pages, SMTP, POP3, and IMAP mail servers, FTP servers, Linux systems, and many other hardware components and network services. You can easily monitor the performance of your network permanently to recognize imminent outages before they occur. In the case of an error, you will receive emails, SMS, or push messages immediately. PRTG constantly records performance data and downtimes in the database so you can compile reports about performance, downtimes, and SLAs at any time.