Performance Counter Monitoring
Monitor Linux, Windows & Custom Performance Counters
Monitor Devices Not Connected to the Internet


Performance Counter Monitoring
Monitor Linux, Windows & Custom Performance Counters. Monitor Devices Not Connected to the Internet.


End-to-End CPU, Memory,
Disk Utilization & Bandwidth Monitoring
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    Windows Performance Counters

    Collect & Monitor Windows Performance Counters
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    Linux Performance Counters

    Collect & Monitor Linux Performance Counters
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    Custom Performance Counters

    Collect & Monitor Custom Performance Counters
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Custom Performance Counters

Gather data from your own sensors and feed custom metrics into your account. Configure time sensitive alerts to be sent to team members if sensors fail to connect with Dotcom-Monitor or do not send data.
It’s Never Been Easier to See True End-To-End Monitoring Results in a Single View
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Plan for Future Capacity

Plan for system expansions based upon historical reports showing disk space, memory usage, bandwidth saturation, and any other Windows performance counter metrics. See which components are approaching maximum capacity and determine how resource allocation affects end user experience.
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Infrastructure Monitoring

Get a clear picture of the end-to-end performance of your infrastructure. Dotcom-Monitor’s external performance counter monitoring aggregates system metrics from servers across multiple locations. Quickly compare internal metrics with real-world website performance all in one easy, convenient dashboard.
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Unified Management

Unify the management of your servers and web infrastructure. Combine internal Windows performance counter metrics with Dotcom-Monitor’s synthetic website, application & e-commerce monitoring to receive a complete view of end-to-end performance from both a technical and real-world perspective.


Monitoring Linux Performance Counters

Monitor the minimum, maximum or average value of Linux Performance Counters. A MetricsView Linux Collector processes monitoring data sent by a MetricsView Linux Agent. An Agent is a service that runs on a user’s host. The data processed by the Collector is saved as part of a dotcom-monitor Device and is used for generating alerts and report data.

Share Data that's Accessible from Anywhere with Dashboard Panels

Share customized dashboards and reports with your team, third party vendors or customers that they can access anytime. Dashboard panels allow you to share a “heads-up” view of your monitored data with anyone.

Each panel is assigned a unique GUID-secured URL that can be viewed from anywhere on the Internet. End users can view and interact with panel widgets, but cannot edit – ensuring a common view for everyone and retaining admin control. If you decide to revoke viewing access, GUIDs can be reset at any time

Find Performance Correlations
One of the most powerful features of dashboard panels is correlation. Each panel displays a combination of response data, status, and event history data for hundreds of monitoring targets. Correlate CPU temperature and disk I/O with the speed of a shopping cart on your company website, or see how the bandwidth usage on a server farm creates CPU spikes on nodes in the cluster.
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Monitoring Windows Performance Counters

Windows Performance Counter monitoring sends aggregated data from your local host to dotcom-monitor via a Collector. Create error thresholds that allow you to create conditions that will generate an alert.
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View Multiple Servers at Once

Receive instant alerts when maximum or minimum Windows performance counter threshold values are breached. See Windows performance counter metrics like CPU, memory, disk utilization & bandwidth from anywhere on your network.

Dashboard panels display hundreds of performance counters in real-time. Historical charts provide recent history to help you see load over time and diagnose when performance issues began.

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Notify Any Person
On Any Device
Using Any System
of Every Alert
System Alerts Your Organization Can Count On
It’s easy to seamlessly integrate Dotcom-Monitor alerts with your existing network management systems. Execute a custom script or configure a group to send Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) messages and your management console receives alerts with the rest of the team.
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Alert Groups

There is no limit to the number of recipients or notification devices that can be included in an alert group. Send alerts to as many team members as needed, and each member can receive alerts via their preferred devices: email, SMS, phone, wireless, pagers, SNMP and via custom scripts. Learn More >
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Escalation Chains

Automatically alert additional teams or notify management if monitored performance counters continue to perform outside expected thresholds. Escalation chains can send alerts to different groups or individuals based on how long a threshold error state continues. An escalation chain might send an immediate alert to a server admin, to the ops team after 15 minutes & to an ops manager after 30 minutes.
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Custom Message Templates

Customized alert templates reduce mean time to repair (MTTR) by enabling simultaneous communication of the error, diagnostics and additional company-specific actionable information. A custom alert template for performance counters can include contextual information like physical location, admin name, contact information, vendor information, and more.
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