Corner Bowl Server Manager is an enterprise-wide systems and application monitoring software package enabling both small business and large enterprise System Administrators to proacitvely manage their networks and fullfill compliance requirements.
How it Works?
· Installs to a single server then remotely manages computers, devices and hosts.
· Is configured though a client user interface which can be installed to any Windows computer at any location.
· Fires alerts and notifications through email, SMS, remote desktop popups, SNMP traps and more.
· The software also generates reports to various formats: text, HTML, XML and CSV.
Here are some key features of "Corner Bowl Server Manager":
· Consolidates, Archives and Monitors Windows Event Logs, Syslogs and Text Logs.
Includes Security Event Log Reports such as:
· Failed Logon Attempts
· Successful Logons
· Account Management
· Account Lockout
Monitors resources such as:
· Disk space
· CPU load over time
· Memory load over time
Monitors and controls applications and services such as:
· Email servers
· Windows Services and Processes
· Monitors Internet connectivity and throughput.
· Includes extensive disk and directory monitoring and analysis functions and reports
· 2-8 GBs of available memory. 4 GBs minimum when monitoring Windows Security Event Logs on large networks or heavily loaded servers
· .Net Framework 3.5
· 20 days trial period
· Nag screen
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Previously when monitoring a webserver running on a non-standard port an extra license node was consumed when no other templates were assigned to the webserver. The port has been removed from the hostname and a port field added to the template. Existing templates are converted.
· Users can now search for objects within the Object Explorer. To search for an object by name press Ctrl-F or F3.
· Summary Reports now union host and template assignments to allow for fine tuned results.
· Previously when monitoring an SMTP email server running on a non-standard port an extra license node was consumed when no other templates were assigned to the email server. The port has been removed from the hostname and a port field added to the template. Existing templates are converted.
· Previously when monitoring a SQL Server instance an extra license node was consumed when no other templates were assigned to the database server. The instance name has been removed from the hostname and an instance f...