System administrators do this monitoring work and obviously are stressed out because of unavailability of essential tools. In addition, installing more tools can sometimes incur more costs.
To address this, Ipswitch has introduced new free tools for system administrators and IT teams to monitor app availability and performance for Microsoft Active Directory and SQL Server apps.
“System administrators thrive in an open source world. We are thrilled to expand our suite of free tools with new offerings for managing four of Microsoft’s most popular products,” Daniel Okine, director of product management at Ipswitch said in a press release.
“These free tools are powerful, yet designed to be as easy to download and use as apps from the Apple or Google app store,” Okine added. “At the end of the day, our free tools are helpful resources for IT teams charged with protecting business critical applications.”
Among the new tools offered by Ipswitch are WhatsUp IIS Monitor, Track Microsoft Active Directory availability and performance, and solutions for complex IT problems.
The tools are engineered to improve IT teams’ performance for complex IT infrastructures. By using them, companies will gain the visibility and intelligence they need to provide solutions for their offerings before they reach the end user.
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