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SNMP Bandwidth Monitoring

Point-and-click SNMP bandwidth monitoring.
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SNMP Interface Monitoring

Alerts about interface status changes, errors, discards, unicast packets, queue lengths
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SNMPv3

Full SNMP Version 3 support for all monitoring. Support for the latest security algorithms including AES and SHA-512.
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Ping Monitoring

Run pings every few seconds. Alert on average and maximum response time based on multiple pings. Get alerts about ping failures, see traceroute details.
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Windows Performance Counters

Monitor multiple performance counters, set thresholds and get alerts about values that are our of bounds.
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Custom SNMP

Monitor a custom set of OIDs or symbolic names. Import MIBs to extend device support.
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Windows Server Monitoring

Disk, CPU, bandwidth, memory monitoring, more. Window service monitoring, event logs, performance counters.
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CPU Monitoring

Get alerts about high CPU usage, measure overall CPU or per-core.
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Process Monitoring

Monitor individual processes for CPU and memory usage. Alert if processes are stopped.
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Windows Event Log Monitoring

Filter based on type, source, event ID, and even event message text. Get alerts about matching events.
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Windows Service Monitor

Check service status. Alert if running/not running. Attempt to restart stopped services.
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Monitoring Log Files

Check log files on a regular basis. Get alerts based on new content.
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Drive Space Monitoring

Get alerts about low disk space conditions. Detect large changes in available space.
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PowerShell Scripting

Script your own checks using PowerShell and integrate them with our monitoring and alerting engines.
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Python Scripting

Script your own checks using Python and integrate them with our monitoring and alerting engines.
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VMware ESX Host Monitoring

Check on host health. Monitor overall CPU, data store usage, memory and bandwidth.
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VMware ESX Guest Monitoring

Monitor guest VM status, resource consumption and running state.
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Hyper-V Monitoring

Monitor both guest and host health. Get alerts about guest state and health metrics.
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Uptime Monitoring

Build reports showing uptime for a variety of systems including servers, switches, routers and other networking gear.
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Customizable Dashboards

Get the views your team needs by building custom dashboards using our point-and-click dashboard editor.
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Active Directory Monitoring

Get alerts about locked out users, group membership changes, new users, deleted users.
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Two Factor Authentication

Protect access to your monitoring configuration by enabling two-factor authentication
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SQL Server Monitoring

Check database sizes, run test queries and check the results.
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IIS Monitoring

Monitor web sites and application pools. Monitor traffic and request rates.
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SSL Certificate Monitoring

Get alerts about SSL certificates that are due to expire soon.
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Amazon AWS Monitoring

Get alerts about your DynamoDB databases.
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Notification Triggers

Configure your priority settings for event monitor notifications.
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Oracle Monitoring

Monitor your Oracle databases for availability. Check SQL result text for specific values.
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Task Scheduler Monitoring

Receive alerts about task scheduler statuses and results.
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VMware Host Health Monitoring

Keep an eye on the health values of your VMware hosts. Receive alerts if CPU, Bandwidth, Memory, or ping are degraded.
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Custom Calculations

Create custom calculations you can use to receive alerts on various metrics.
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Monitoring Windows Inventory

Detect and update the inventory data for selected Windows systems.
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Windows Updates

Detect and apply new updates. Receive alerts about machines that have not recently been updated.
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Monitoring for System Restarts

Learn about new restarts as soon as they happen with real-time notifications.
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SNMP Browser

Scan your SNMP-based devices. Retrieve and view detected values.
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Maintenance Windows

Schedule periods during which maintenance will take place. Silence event monitors while network devices are under maintenance.
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SNMP Discovery

Detect new SNMP devices and automatically onboard them to your monitoring configuration.
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Active Directory Discovery

Detect new systems in Active Directory and automatically onboard them to your monitoring configuration.
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Ping Discovery

Detect new network devices using ping. Automatically onboard them to your monitoring configuration.
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Microsoft 365 Service Status Monitoring

Detect and alert based on Microsoft 365 service status.
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FrameFlow Dictionary

Learn terminology to better understand your FrameFlow instance.
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Network Device Organization

Learn new ways to organize your network devices into groups and subgroups.
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Advanced Website Monitoring

Monitor your websites' page content and alert based on a variety of metrics.
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Email Notifications

Configure email notifications to your liking.
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Device Property Inheritance

Use device property inheritance to save time configuring event monitor settings.
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Spreadsheet Views

View and manipulate network devices and event monitors.
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Logbooks

Record monitoring actions. Coordinate and schedule IT tasks.
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Monitoring by Tag

Assign tags to your network devices. Monitor and alert by those tags.
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Device Widgets

Learn how to use device widgets.
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Authentication Profiles

Define and assign notification profiles.
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Email Templates

View FrameFlow's built-in email templates. Determine which one is right for you.
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Login and Security

Make sure your logins are secure.
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SMTP POP3 Loop Monitoring

Monitor emails to make sure they're actually being delivered. Receive alerts if the test fails.
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HP iLO Monitoring

Communicates with the iLO interface on your HP servers. Monitors for potential hardware issues.
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Dell iDRAC Monitoring

Monitor hardware metrics on your iDRAC interface. Get alerts about potential problems.
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Monitoring Shared Folders

Monitor available shares for readability and writability. Receive alerts when a specific folder or group of folders is shared.
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Amazon AWS Bill Monitoring

Monitor your monthly AWS bill. Receive alerts when threshold prices are close to being exceeded.
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FTP Monitoring

Ensure that your FTP servers are both secure and running.
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Custom VBScript Monitoring

Use VBScript to build custom monitoring and alerting actions.
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Azure Bill Monitoring

Monitor costs associated with your Azure account. Receive alerts about current and projected bills.
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Azure Discovery

Discover and automatically onboard new Azure devices.
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VMware VMs Snapshot Monitoring

Monitor VMs hosted by VMware servers. Receive alerts about snapshot space, number, and age.
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Personal Dashboards

Create and use personal dashboards for a targeted view of operations.
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SNMP Trap Monitoring

Monitor SNMP traps, receive custom alerts.
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SNMP Table Monitoring

Monitor SNMP table values and receive custom alerts.
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SNMP UPS Monitoring

Monitor metrics for your uninterruptible power supplies.
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SNMP Process Monitoring

Monitor both running and stopped processes for any SNMP-based device.
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SNMP Uptime Monitoring

Monitor uptime for all SNMP-based devices.
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Linux/SSH CPU Monitoring

Monitor CPU usage metrics for your Linux devices.
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System Health Dashboard Panel

Monitor system health in real time on customized dashboards.
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Dashboards: Sector Graphs

Create a sector graph with a bird's eye view of your monitoring configuration.
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Network Diagrams

Visualize your monitoring configuration with an interactive network diagram.
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Event Monitor Queue Dashboard Panel

Take a look under-the-hood at the work your event monitors are doing in real time.
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Dashboards: Event Monitor and Network Device List Panels

View a priority-sorted list of your network devices or event monitors.
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Dashboards: Data Point Value and List Panels

Display important data points on your FrameFlow Dashboards.
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SNMP Connection Profiles

Learn how to configure SNMP connection profiles.
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Dashboards: Graphs

Create beautiful custom graphs. Display any metric you want to get the data you need.
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Dashboards: Current Alert and Current Status Panels

Find out at a glance the current alerts and current status of your monitoring configuration.
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Amazon AWS EC2 Monitoring

Watch your AWS instances, elastic IPs, snapshots, and security groups for state changes.
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POP3 Monitoring

Monitor your POP3 servers. Receive alerts about their contents.
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VMware Discovery

Discover new VMware VMs and hosts. Automatically onboard them to a designated folder within your monitoring configuration.
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No matches but you can probably use our scripting event monitors for what you need.
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Latest Updates

May 26th 2022
The second article in our series about advanced notification settings is now live! In this article, you'll learn how to implement a tiered support structure for all your incoming notifications. Click here!

May 24th 2022
Get to know FrameFlow's Drive Space Event Monitor with our latest video tutorial. Browse the full collection of video tutorials in the Screenshots & Videos section of our website!

May 17th 2022
Make sure your monitoring never skips a beat by learning how to schedule alerts for both your regular hours and off-hours teams. Click here to check out the blog post!

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Make Sure Critical Systems are Up and Running

Make Sure Critical Systems are Up and Running

Run checks against your systems 24×7 to make sure critical systems and services are up and running.

Detect Issues Before They Become Big Problems

Detect Issues Before They Become Big Problems

Set thresholds for warning, failure and critical for all metrics. Get alerted before small problems escalate.

Monitor Systems at Multiple Remote Locations

Monitor Systems at Multiple Remote Locations

Monitor 10s or 1000s of systems at multiple remote locations all through one elegant master console

Extensible with Industry-Standard PowerShell Scripting

Extensible with Industry-Standard PowerShell Scripting

Whip up a bit of PowerShell script and integrate it with FrameFlow’s monitoring and alerting engines

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Unified Monitoring:
Your Single Pane of Glass

There's no time to struggle with different, incompatible monitoring systems. FrameFlow delivers Unified Monitoring, the single pane of glass that shows you complete IT status for all of your vital equipment.

Servers, networking gear, cloud services, power equipment, hardware and more. You've got it all covered with FrameFlow.

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Build Beautiful Dashboards With Color-Coded Status

Point, Click. Drag, Drop. Build beautiful dashboards in minutes with our elegant web-based dashboard editor.

With FrameFlow network diagrams are more than just pretty pictures. They also show color-coded status so you can quickly spot potential issues.

Network Diagrams

Monitor the Status of All Your IT Equipment

FrameFlow is your single pane of glass for servers, networking, power equipment and all your other IT equipment.

For servers it can monitor CPU, disk, bandwidth and memory usage. It can monitor applications, log files, performance counters log files and more. For switches and routers FrameFlow can monitor bandwidth, interface status, uptime, hardware status and error rates. For your power systems and HVAC units you can monitor temperatures, UPS battery levels, PDU wattage and much more. You can even monitor the status of the cloud services that you rely on for your daily operations.

Try it now. You'll be up and running in five minutes or less.