Servers Alive is an end-to-end network monitoring tool running on Windows 2003/2008/2012/Vista/7/8. It works agentless and across operating systems. Its checks and alerts are on the cutting edge of technology.
Extensive Network Monitoring
High network monitoring performance without a high price. From a simple ping to more complex SNMP checks, web URLs to Windows performance monitoring. And if you can't find the check you need within our extensive list of available options you can always write your own using our very simple COM interface. Simply the most extensive network monitoring available.
Flexible Alerting Engine
Designed for real life alerting with maximum alerting types.
Alerts can be sent to teams or persons, that way you can adapt the address to which the alert is sent based on the person's schedule. You'll get the alert when you're on-call, and not on other days.
Create your own HTML templates using our easy to use HTML tags to get great looking web output.
Servers Alive uses industry standard RRD (Round Robin Database) to give you great looking graphics of check times and results that you can use in reports or web pages.
Agent-less for most monitoring, agents for secure environments
Most of the monitoring can be done without special remote agents. However for some secure environments we also have remote agents.
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If you're a business owner or manager, you know that network outages
can affect your income, brand integrity, and bottom line. Here's a
non-technical description of how Servers Alive can monitor your network
and alert your IT staff when there's a problem.
Servers Alive – Like Life Insurance For Your Business – Only Cheaper
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"Our Network group bought HP OpenView a year before my Database group bought SA. They paid $195,000, I paid $90. My group lets them know when the network is down. SA is so good it's scary."