Monitoring & Reports of the Organizations.

The term network monitoring describes the use of a system that constantly monitors a computer network for slow or failing components and that notifies the network administrator (via email, pager or other alarms) in case of outages. It is a subset of the functions involved in network management.

There are two main methods by which application performance is assessed for production applications. The first is measuring the resources used by the application. The second is measuring the response time of applications from the perspective of the end user.

  • End-user experience monitoring
  • Application runtime architecture discovery and modeling
  • User-defined transaction profiling (Also called Business Transaction Management)
  • Application component deep-dive monitoring
  • Application data analytics
  • Monitoring on the employees activities is being recommended by their Higher Authorities. 
  • We can provide you the logs & activities done by employee during their working hours. 
  • We can even help you to visualize a live screen through which you can monitor his activities. 
  • A log for Antivirus & Backup will be emailed to you at every day. 

Analytics/Reporting (Primary)

A good practice is to collect the raw data from the other tool sets that will allow you to answer a wide variety of performance questions as they arise. Most products will summarize or roll-up the detail data for reporting and archiving purposes and may fall short in answering long term trending questions. It is also beneficial to find a product that has an open data mining interface within the context of their own tool set. This will give others the flexibility to create their own reports and become somewhat of a “self-feeder” when it comes to answering questions on performance.
It is important to come to a common set of metrics that you will collect and report on for each application. Then standardize on a common view on how you will present the real-time performance data as well as the monthly SLA reports despite the diverse technologies and different platforms each application may be running on.

  • A detailed monthly report would be send to the Directors for the work which is being done at your site. 
  • Every changes in the Infrastructure would be documented and reported at the month’s end to the Concerned Department. 
  • A review would be taken from the Directors for the performance of the engineers (If placed) and the work done to his satisfaction.