Argus provides complete monitoring through Simple Network Management System (SNMP) for delivering critical information on health and usage metrics, service state, and more.
In computing, comma-separated values (CSV) file stores tabular data (numbers and text) in plain text. Each line of the file is a data record. Each record consists of one or more fields, separated by commas. CSV is a common data exchange format that is widely supported by consumer, business, and scientific applications.
Our highly concurrent solution is capable of monitoring large numbers of sensors by requesting, receiving and processing logs in the formats such as XML and JSON in parallel.
Our interactive charts feature click & drag for zoom in, Time units down to microseconds, and the ability to hide/show a KPI
By using Apache Cassandra as the main storage, Argus provides linear scalability and fault tolerance to handle large amounts of data (more than petabytes) across many commodity servers. Scalability is a very important feature when you want to invest in a system with confidence that you won't outgrow it.
To deliver robust, consistent service quality to customers and business users, you need effective ways to monitor and optimize the performance of business-critical workloads. Argus solutions for performance monitoring can help maximize the performance and availability of your key applications and databases while simplifying management.
Advanced Reporting lets you easily review comprehensive data across your network, from high-level overviews to granular details. You get to filter just the information you want to see so you will have all the reports. You need to monitor performance and respond to problems.
A fully connected network, complete topology, or full mesh topology is a network topology in which there is a direct link between all pairs of nodes. Networks designed with this topology provide a high degree of reliability due to multiple paths for data that are provided by large number of redundant links between nodes.
Top sensor allows you to find the maximum or minimum sensor value among large number of selected sensors. For example you can choose a device and its services and KPIs and then find the five maximum values.
Our powerful comparison tool allows the engineers to compare KPIs with different units altogether in one chart easing their rather difficult job of troubleshooting.
Event log gives you the list of all the events. You can see the event type and the exact date and time that an event has occurred.
Access log gives you a list of all the actions of every user with exact time and description of the activity.
Supporting ACL ensures security in terms of accessibility and modification limitation. Moreover, it allows network owners to provide KPI visibility to the companies that buy or lease services and thus building a reliable and transparent relationship with their customers.
Time to live allows you to set a period of time for keeping processed CSV file and graph data, allowing you to maintain your server space.
Filtering panel allows you to filter the topology as per user's need:
1. You can either filter by choosing a group or writing the node name
2. If you enable the "Filter by SLA Violated" checkbox, only the nodes which their SLAs are violated will be shown
Businesses today are faced with the tedious challenge of maintaining the network's consistent availability and productivity. Using our real time SLA feature and event logs makes the problematic monitoring task easier.
A service-level agreement is a part of a standardized service contract where a service is formally defined. Particular aspects of the service - scope, quality, responsibilities - are agreed between the service provider and the service user.
In Add SLA, we can define conditions for each sensor parameter. If the value of each parameter violates the condition, an SLA Violation alarm will be sent to the system.
Management is often included as a factor of improving an organization's performance. Argus provides the capability for managing devices, services, circuits, sensors, sending messages and giving different permissions to users.
With Argus management features your job in network monitoring is much easier.
Server requirements depends on data retention time, data resolution and the number of sensors. There is no theoretical limitation on the number of sensors or retention time if hardware requirements are satisfied.
Minimum hardware requirement: