ServersCheck Monitoring Software

ServersCheck Monitoring Software

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browser based network monitoring ServersCheck Monitoring is a tool for monitoring, reporting and alerting on network and systems availability. It can monitor devices, using any TCP Port (HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, NNTP, POP3, SMTP, VNC, DNS, etc.) and also perform database checks (ODBC, Oracle, MySQL), trap SNMP values (disk space, free memory, CPU usage etc.), verify content served from a web server and check Windows services and process availability. In addition to regular network devices, the program can also can monitor environmental devices like temperature, humidity, flooding. ServersCheck Monitoring Software runs as a local service and is administrated via a web browser interface that provides statistical graphs and access to all configuration options. The alert options include notifications via email, SMS or MSN as well as sound alerts and command executions. Unlike many other monitoring tools, ServersCheck can alert you of an issue even when your network is down by using and optional hardware GSM modem (sold separately), which sends out alerts via SMS to your phone. As of version 12.0.0 the software is completely free to use, for as long as you want, on as many systems as you want. Copyright

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Publisher ServersCheck BVBA (2) Price Free
Version 14.2.4  history Last updated Jan 24, 2018
File Size 41.7 Mb Requirements None

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Absolutely unbeatable 5 stars by pcs800 Feb 19, 2012 (Read all my 222 reviews)
This software is not only comprehensive but easy to use at the same time. It's great for large businesses and corporations but at the same time is excellent for small business and home networks because you get 20 free monitors without having to buy the software! Been using it for years and will no doubt continue. show Review details
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