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Monitor servers, network services and local resources

The ServerSentinel sensors provide versatile and reliable monitoring, enabling you to control different resources in your building. If a computer is monitored remotely, an RDP connection can be established via the context menu.

For examples of application see the sensor pages or the ServerSentinel Recipes.

  • USB sensors

    Different USB sensors help you monitor environmental influences:
  • Hard disk sensors

    The hard disk sensors enable you to monitor content and state of your hard disks.
    • Folder and file features can be monitored with the file and folder sensor (if installed, SpaceObServer will be used for to monitor folder sizes in the background).
    • Monitor hard disk health with the S.M.A.R.T. sensor.
    • Monitor the RAID-Status with the RAID sensor.
    • Use the disk space sensor to collect information regarding the disk space usage and the disk space development on your system.
    • Use the file system sensor to monitor file system events.
  • Increase network reliability with the help of sensors

    With ServerSentinel you can keep an eye on your network.
    • The Ping sensor tests the availability of servers and single computers.
    • The SNMP sensor monitors network devices like servers, routers, printers or an uninterrupted power supply (UPS) and receives SNMP traps.
    • The HTTP sensor checks whether certain content is available.
    • With the TCP sensor you can check if a connection to a host is possible.
    • The FTP sensor monitors files and folders on FTP servers.
    • The DNS sensor verifies that a DNS server can solve a certain address.
  • Monitor Windows systems - remotely and locally

    Keep an eye on your running Windows systems.
  • Configure sensors individually

    All sensors can easily be adapted to the given requirements. This can be accomplished as follows:
    • Conditions (e.g. thresholds) and inspection intervals can be defined individually for each sensor.
    • Multiple actions can be performed consecutively.
    • Exception times for condition can be defined. This way you can make sure that, for example, an action stacking CPU load will not be run while a backup is being created.
    • Sensors can depend on each other: a sensor will only be run if the dependent sensor was successful.