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What makes NetCrunch network monitoring system unique?

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Enterprise-scalable, robust network monitor: NetCrunch!
There's a multitude of different network monitoring solutions out there, and you're probably wondering what makes NetCrunch so special.

  • It's completely agentless, but does let you create an agent, if you desire.
  • It offers powerful scalability on a single machine and requires only 4GB of RAM and 4 cores, which can be on a VM.
  • It's rule-based: it has monitoring packs, which are sets of rules for alerts. These can be applied by policy to any number grouping of nodes. This makes monitoring larger networks a breeze.
  • It has a pending alerts view, which shows you all the current problems that you have in your network instead of making you dig through the event log.
  • It's great at presenting live data. Your data can be shown on dashboards, live widgets or on custom views. On top of that, it's optimised for a multi-screen NOC room setting.
  • It supports all major operating systems and SNMP. There's also an extension protocol, that lets you write your own scripts and fit data in.
  • It comes with an embedded database so there's no requirement for additional administration or licensing.
  • There's no limit on a size or length of time to keep your performance data.
  • It runs on Windows and is very stable. Some of our clients are running version 5, which is over 7 years old!
  • It has simple, node-based licensing - just count the number of nodes you have. There's no limit on the number of elements, counters or sensors.

NetCrunch is available at https://www.adremsoft.com/ Free live installation and support is included, even in trial installations.
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