Computer systems are a cornerstone in every organization, therefore monitoring these systems have become a fundamental task of the IT team. However high-end some devices might be, it's pretty common that a system will eventually run into issues. In some cases, the problem might be due to low specced hardware, but in many cases, it turns out to be something else. Being able to monitor performance allows you to take maximum advantage of your IT resources, prevents downtime and avoids resource bottlenecks.
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Once Lansweeper's discovered your assets, you can take things a step further and keep a close eye on problematic or business-critical machines.
Lansweeper scans performance counters for Windows and Linux machines within your network, collecting various statistics from your devices. Here's the kicker: there's no need to install any agent on your devices. These performance counters are used to provide information as to how well the operating system or an application, service, or driver is performing. The counter data can help determine system bottlenecks and fine-tune system performance.
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The operating system, network, and devices provide counter data that an application can consume to provide users with a graphical view of how well the system is performing. This performance information consists of resource usage of CPU, RAM, hard drives and network bandwidth. Metrics such as CPU utilization & Disk Utilization are primary attributes to measure in order to measure the load on your CPU and to have an overall assessment of the server memory utilization.
Being able to access performance information and checking up on your most critical technological assets enables you to improve the efficiency and performance of your IT resources.
Gathering performance data is essential for cloud migration trajectories as you're planning growth and migration based on the real use of your assets. Through usage reports, you can detect trends and know when you'll need more storage space or a memory upgrade.