Remote Performance Observer 3.5
Operation System: Windows NT/2K/XP
Size: 2.53 MB
Remote Performance Observer is a distributed client/server system intended to provide detailed system information on computers in a network. It performs real-time monitoring of system-critical parameters making it possible to diagnose existing and potential bottlenecks on Windows 2000/XP computers.
The system performs customizable diagnostics of the network computers revealing and explaining the existing performance bottlenecks. Moreover, it recommends the operator any possible solutions.
Remote Performance Observer enables you to control all system aspects of the remote machines of your network. It provides you with information on computer's resources usage, running processes, active services and much more. It's possible to set powerful and flexible alarms to be warned as early as possible if any parameters of a remote system are out of their normal range...
Here are some key features of "Remote Performance Observer":
· Remotely collecting data on machines' resources usage (Memory, Processor, Hard Drive, Network Adapter, etc.),
· current services and protocols states on the machine (Web Service, Indexing Service, IP, TCP, UDP, ICMP, SMTP, etc.),
· OS critical parameters (Paging File, Running Processes, etc.),
· running processes information (Processor Usage, Memory Consumption, Threads, Priority, etc.).
· Setting remote expert diagnosis on processor, memory, hard drive, network components.
· Maintaining alarms with logging to a file, playing sounds, sending e-mails, sending messages to the machines and much more.
· Visualizing data in the following ways: at the plot, as statistical report, as indicators (bar, gradient and scale).
· Sending short messages to the users of the stations in a network.
· Making screen shots of remote desktops.
· Performing remote administration tasks: running programs, locking machines, etc.