AppManager for Linux
AppManager® for Linux extends AppManager beyond simply managing Windows and UNIX-based systems, and adds support for Red Hat and SUSE® Linux. In addition to delivering comprehensive event management and proactive alert messaging, this module checks for potential problems, triggers appropriate actions and gathers long-term data for planning, analysis and reporting.
The Red Hat and SUSE Linux AppManager modules deploy quickly to ensure availability and a high return on your investment, helping you meet your Service Level Agreements.
Features & benefits
Automates systems management. Provides out-of-the-box management for Linux servers that not only minimizes system downtime but also frees you from daily firefighting to focus on high-value projects.
Delivers easy customization. Delivers system-, database- and application-specific information via Knowledge Scripts that are user extensible and customizable by importing new or existing Linux scripts.
Utilizes standards-based scripts. Supplies Knowledge Scripts based on industry standards, including Perl for Linux and UNIX. This ensures easy customization throughout your infrastructure.
Uses unique technology. Lets you dynamically configure measurement values. A single script can do the job of many by utilizing unique Knowledge Scripting technology.
AppManager for Linux provides out-of-the-box Knowledge Scripts that manage simple or complex events and collect data for diagnostics and real-time and historical performance analysis. Examples include:
CPULoaded. Monitors CPU usage and queue length.
DiskBusy. Monitors physical disk operation time and queue length.
MemByProcess. Monitors the individual memory usage for each specified process and total memory usage for all specified processes.
PingMachine. Checks server availability by sending a ping command and returning response time.
PortHealth. Checks whether system ports are working properly.
PriviledgedProcs. Monitors system processes being run as root.
RunAwayProcs. Detects runaway processes by sampling CPU usage and (optionally) terminates the process.
TopCpuProcs. Monitors total CPU used by all processes and which processes consume the most CPU resources.
TopMemoryProcs. Monitors the total memory used by all processes and which processes consume the most memory.