Network monitoring helps keep your business healthy – avoiding expensive outages, addressing bottlenecks before they cause problems, and reducing costs by buying only the hardware you need.
So why don’t more people do it?
Managing your own network you’ve a thousand jobs to do. Little wonder you can’t spare the time to install and operate another system – especially while you’re still working out how to satisfy all the requests for changes to the system you’re on.
Zen manages networks actively, using advanced tools to anticipate issues, and analyse the operating environment, making adjustments on the fly.
Zen monitors everything in your infrastructure including LANs, WANs, servers, websites, applications and much more using market-leading PRTG.
We use PRTG to scan network segments by pinging defined IP ranges. It will automatically recognize the range of devices and systems within your network and create sensors from predefined device templates.
PRTG Maps provide a web view with up-to-date monitoring data designed to be easy to read quickly.
PRTG raises the alarm when it discovers warnings or unusual metrics. With our free Apps for Android, iOS, and Windows Phone you can get push notifications directly to your phone. We can easily setup notifications via email or SMS according to your needs.
PRTG Network Monitor collects statistics from machines, software and devices you designate. It retains the data so you can see historical performance, helping you react to changes.
We can easily share data from it with non-technical colleagues and customers, including via live graphs and custom reports. This will let you plan for network expansion, see what applications are using most of your connection, and make sure that no one is hogging the entire network just to torrent videos!
PRTG Network Monitor includes more than 200 sensor types for all common network services, including HTTP, SMTP/POP3 (email), FTP, etc.
Each sensor within PRTG is one aspect that you monitor on a device. For example a specific URL, the traffic of a network connection, a port of a switch or the CPU load on a machine.
The system can alert you to outages before your users even notice them, including via email, SMS, or pager. Even better, if you use PRTG to track request times and uptime for a few months, you can optimize your network to reduce problems and maintain network performance.