A life-saver application for those MIS specialists needing to guarantee up-time on desktop application style server utilities. Now network monitoring and even automatic re-starting of failed applications is possible.
Dec 26, 2011 12:07:47
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Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
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Description: Are you an over-worked network administrator? Get calls complaining about system outages you have no way of monitoring? Don't know if your payroll server is up or down? Rest easy. AppMon makes it easy to run applications and monitor them from your current network monitoring package....even restart your applications automatically if they fail!! Get AppMon and get some sleep, you deserve it.
How AppMon Works
STEP 1: AppMon is installed locally on a server that has applications that need to be monitored.
STEP 2: AppMon starts one or more programs that you specify.
STEP 3: Configure your network monitoring tool* to monitor the appropriate TCP/IP port where AppMon resides.
That's it! If any one of the Applications started by AppMon fails (or is accidentally closed), you will be notified visualy, audibly, by email and through your network monitoring tool.
*Suggested network monitoring tools include: What's Up Gold and Server's Alive.
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