REMOTE APPLICATION MONITORING FOR MICROSOFT INTERNET INFORMATION SERVER (IIS)

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REMOTE APPLICATION MONITORING
FOR MICROSOFT INTERNET
INFORMATION SERVER (IIS)
Proactively monitor and manage
IIS servers to ensure optimal
performance and reliability
Introduction
Corporate websites are being called upon to deliver
increasingly vital business services. Web servers are
at the core of these vital services, and no Web
server is relied upon more than Microsoft’s Internet
Information Services (IIS) Web server. The Damovo
remote application monitoring service for Microsoft
IIS provides a powerful solution for efficiently
monitoring IIS server activity throughout an
organisation. The IIS probe offers administrators the
tools they need to proactively monitor and manage
their IIS servers so they can ensure optimal
performance and reliability.
Features

Centralised views of all vital IIS performance
data

Seamless integration

Real-time service and technology dashboards
with point-and-click access to alarms and real-
time performance status

Alerts via email, pager and SMS
Monitors:

All activity within Microsoft IIS Web server
environments including multiple servers and
instances among both local and remote servers
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Comprehensive server monitoring of all vital
checkpoints across system, Web services, IIS
and ASP categories
Benefits

Improved performance and uptime – proactive
monitoring and alerting accelerates the
identification of performance issues enabling
administrators to respond before end-user
productivity is affected

Enhanced resource optimisation – a centralised
cohesive view of performance delivers insights
into opportunities for resource optimisation
Fast, intuitive analysis
Administrators can access graphical views that
provide at-a-glance real-time status indicators and
historical performance analysis of any IIS health
metric.
Comprehensive IIS server
monitoring
Organisations gain an extensive view of their entire
IIS Web server infrastructure whether it is comprised
of a single Web server at headquarters or a number
of servers spread throughout multiple offices and
geographies. The probe can: supervise IIS request
execution times and pinpoint hanging scripts and
resources; and monitor a full range of server
statistics ensuring that the health and performance
of each Web server is tracked in a comprehensive
fashion. The probe can be configured to monitor all
critical IIS checkpoints, which are mechanisms for
gauging the health and performance of specific
subsystems within the IIS Web server.
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REMOTE APPLICATION MONITORING
FOR MICROSOFT INTERNET
INFORMATION SERVER (IIS)
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The IIS probe can monitor checkpoints in these
categories: system; Web services; IIS; and ASP. It is
also possible to define custom checkpoints, which
can include additional IIS Web services, such as File
Transfer Protocol (FTP) and Simple Network
Management Protocol (SNMP).
To the right is a complete list of the checkpoints that
the probe can monitor:
Meaningful and easily accessible data
The IIS probe offers powerful intuitive access to
information, making it easier for administrators to
spot trends and gain early warnings about potential
problems. The probe’s centralised view of all IIS
Web servers and its sophisticated graphical user
interface also enables administrators to get a
snapshot of the real-time status of the entire IIS
infrastructure. Through this centralised console,
administrators can simply double-click on the icon
of any Web server being monitored and drill down
to access graphs and status indicators on any of the
specific server indicators that are being monitored.
The service offers convenient access to a range of
reports, including IIS checkpoint reports, which
provide instant access to historical trend data for a
specific checkpoint. These reports can provide
views of the past 6, 12, 24, or 48 hours and can
display minimum, maximum and average data
values. In addition, IIS server request reports detail
the level of website activity and number of requests
that the IIS server is servicing based on any
selected time interval; by hour, day or month. IIS
server summary reports summarise top server
statistics, including HTTP response time, cache hits
and misses for any specified time intervals.
Part of the Damovo Managed
ICT Services family
Damovo provides a comprehensive range of
solutions to improve end-user experience. From
monitoring the application response time at the
desktop through to monitoring the performance
and availability of the entire IT infrastructure.
Our services provide a full 360-degree view of
business critical services. All information is
displayed in business service dashboards and
measured against pre-defined SLAs, allowing you
to monitor performance at any time.
System checkpoints
Available physical memory
Memory in use
Memory usage
NW bytes total/sec
Total CPU
Current connections
Get requests/sec
Measured async I/O bandwidth
Usage
IIS checkpoints
HTTP response time
HTTP response value
IIS status value
Total allowed async I/O requests
URL cache flushes
Total memory
Web services checkpoints
Bytes received/sec
Bytes sent/sec
Bytes total/sec
Connection attempts/sec
URL cache hits
URL cache hits %
URL cache hits/min
URL cache misses
URL cache misses/min
ASP checkpoints
Request bytes in total
Requests executing
Requests queued