AKK@DA is a network monitoring system designed for small and mid-sized computer networks. Its purpose is to quickly detect system or network faults and to display information about any detected problems for the administrator. AKK@DA is designed as a pro-active network monitor. It does not need to be provided with information from any agents, systems, etc. It collects information automatically every single minute (this period can be shortened even to 1 second if needed). Almost all services of the monitored hosts are discovered automatically.
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: A new network faults inference engine that detects network faults and correlate them to identify the root cause was added. GTalk and Gadu-Gadu notifications were added along with top 10 utilization reporting, histograms of test periodicity, new search options, support for Cisco PIX IPSec tunnels, LVS, Powerware UPS, and F5 BigIP (TMM, virtual servers, pools, nodes, failover, fans, power supplies, temperature), and a freshness guard that watches if services are tested frequently enough. This release contains many fixes and improvements and is available as a stand-alone app and VMware appliance.
Release Notes: This release is available as an appliance.
Release Notes: Some bugs have been fixed and some new functionality has been added.
Release Notes: Some bugs were fixed and some new functionality was added.
Release Notes: This release fixes a major bug with ignoring discover excludes by the windows_service probe.