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The Importance of Monitoring Your Networks

As networks evolve and become more complex and developed, the need for network monitoring has remained constant. It continues to be crucial for businesses to monitor their networks in order to be productive and avoid serious threats from network failures and server downtime

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Why monitor your networks?

Network monitoring software can analyze performance in real-time, meaning that if a failure or issue is detected, you can be immediately alerted via methods such as email. This rapid relay of information means that you can be informed of network problems wherever you may be, allowing you to instantly take corrective action and minimize potential downtime. 

In addition, network monitoring software eliminates the need for a physical system administrator and manual checks. This can save your company both time and money, meaning that the problem is addressed effectively. 

Another major benefit is the reporting generated from network monitoring. These reports can help you identify patterns and trends in system performance, as well as demonstrating the need for upgrades or replacements. Performance baselines can also be easily established. 

Finally, network monitoring systems can assist you in being able to identify the specific areas of your network that are experiencing problems. This means that you can quickly pinpoint the issue, saving you time and money when it comes to addressing the problem. 

Here are several other reasons why monitoring your networks is so important: 

  • To optimize network performance and availability
  • Stay informed
  • Diagnose issues
  • Report issues
  • Eliminate the need for manual checks
  • Proactive approach
  • Track trends
  • Benchmark performance and availability data

We can help!

Opsview network monitoring software allows you to correlate data from a wide variety of network devices and applications to give you a 360° view of your virtual, physical and cloud network infrastructures in a single pane of glass. 

Whether it's 50 or 20,000 hosts you’re monitoring, Opsview gives you the visibility required to monitor the health and performance of your network and make informed decisions to prevent costly downtime

 

Get unified insight into your IT monitoring with Opsview

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by Megan Woodhall,
Marketing Assistant

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