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SCRAMBLER ALERT DATACENTER MONITORING
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Scrambler monitors a wide range of servers (including legacy servers) with flexible notification choices and Database Reports. An extensive choice of Alerts is available.
All Scrambler licenses are now UNLIMITED DATACENTER (2 copies per site). By having 2 concurrent instances it is possible to cross-monitor the main server and it is also useful for testing and backup purposes. Also included is Database Reports.
Scrambler will monitor Microsoft Windows
servers, Windows PC's including Win 7/8/10, laptops and Surface PRO, providing
server monitoring, network
monitoring, email monitoring and website monitoring. Over
5,000 users worldwide
rely on Scrambler network, server and temperature monitoring.
Scrambler server monitoring allows great flexibility by using expert monitored object types such as SNMP, Disc Space, Task Objects, Event Logs, Unix Server, Unix Syslog etc. Each monitored object type is dedicated to a specialist server monitoring role. There are over 100 monitored object types to choose from and all can be monitored from a single Scrambler server or PC and now from a Microsoft Surface PRO.
Server Monitoring objects can be customised to provide specific monitoring duties. For example, Windows Event Logs can be examined by a VB Script which can be edited by the user to pick out any unusual events in the Windows Event Logs. Security monitoring can be easily accomplished by looking for problems in the Windows Security Event Log and using the MBSA object.
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