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Why is network monitoring and its components important? Almost every business today relies on a computer and network infrastructure to manage the Internet, network, telephone and email. A set of servers and network equipment is also needed to ensure that integrated business information flows among employees, offices and customers. The economic success of an organization is strongly linked to the unwanted data transfer. That's why your computer network should work properly. Reliability, speed and efficiency are very important. Like all other technical objects, network equipment may encounter problems at a time, potentially causing problems and loss of sales.
Therefore, network administrators need to maintain network reliability and network speed:
1. Launch the network to the correct. Use the trusted equipment and plan your network well.
2. Create the right planning at the time of the problem and disturb the network performance
3. Continuous monitoring of the network to receive information on problems encountered
PRTG Monitoring Software is a highly efficient and accurate application for small, medium and large networks. This software is suitable for small, medium and large networks and is able to monitor LAN, WAN, WLAN and VPN networks. You can also monitor web sites, emails and server records, Linux systems, Windows, routers, and many more. Monitoring network access and bandwidth usage, as well as various network parameters such as service quality, memory usage and CPU usage, even monitoring remote devices. Network monitoring using protocols: SNMP, WMI, packet sniffe, IPFIX and ........
PRTG continuously monitors network availability and availability of network systems. Data recorded in an internal database is stored for later analysis. Using web graphics interfaces and the Mobile Application, the network provides snooping on the network.
Important features of this software include:
•Monitoring and alerting you to up and downtimes or slow servers
•System health monitoring of your various hardware devices
•Network device monitoring, bandwidth accounting
•Monitoring virtual servers
•Service Level Agreement (SLA) monitoring
•System usage monitoring (for example, CPU loads, free memory, free disk space)
•Database performance and table values monitoring
•Email server monitoring and reviewing various backup solutions
•Monitoring your network's physical environment
•Classifying network traffic by source or destination, as well as content
•Discovering unusual, suspicious, or malicious activity with devices or users
•Measuring Quality of Service (QoS) and Voice over IP (VoIP) parameters
•Cloud monitoring services
•Discovering and evaluating network devices
•Collecting system information for various hardware types
•Finding unexpected relationships between your network components to detect potential security issues and assessing the real usage of your network and hardware
•Fail-safe monitoring using a failover cluster setup