QuickMon is a monitoring and alerting tool that allows you to monitor and alert on various resources and services both locally or remotely on 64-Bit operating systems.
QuickMon has many features including:
Polls resources on predefined frequency Agents use a \\\'plug-in\\\' architecture Agents are (XML) config driven - Each \\\'agent\\\' can be customized on its own Collectors can service multiple collector agents - of different types Collector hosts returns one of three possible states: Good, Warning or error Several different notifier agent available for alerting Each notifier can be set up to fire on collector states - e.g. only errors/errors and warnings Groups of resources can be monitored (and alert on) as a unit - using Monitor packs Parent Collector host specifies if child collectors get run based on specified \\\'Check behavior\\\'. Collector hosts can run as a \\\'different user\\\' (impersonation) Alerting can be customized in several ways - like suppression, delaying, repeating etc. Resources on remote machines can be monitored via remote host functionality if direct access is blocked (e.g. firewall) Collector agents can be set to operate only in specified \\\'service windows\\\' Collector agents can suppress/override polling frequency Corrective scripts can be executed if collector returns error/warning Monitor packs can be used in both a Windows client or a Windows Service
Version History for QuickMon: Auto Refresh in \\\'Collector Details\\\' window set to true by default Clicking on refresh button in collector detail window will trigger a state refresh When using \\\'Show Filenames In Details\\\' you can also specify top # filenames to return.