Network Monitoring and Management
Network Monitoring and Management Software
AggreGate Platform

Apache Monitoring

Apache HTTP server is traditionally serving billions of web pages worldwide. Both SMBs and large corporations use it as a strong foundation for their web infrastructure.

AggreGate Network Manager provides in-depth Apache server availability, response time and performance monitoring. Apache monitoring dashboard provides statistical information for the following Apache-specific KPIs:

Server name Server version
Listened ports Uptime
Total traffic Total served pages
Busy processes Idle processes
Number of requests per second Current traffic

Most of the above metrics are available as spot values and trends. Additionally, the Apache monitoring dashboard renders detailed statistics for the following HTTP errors:

  • Bad Request (HTTP code 400)
  • Forbidden (HTTP code 403)
  • Not Found (HTTP code 404)
  • Method Not Allowed (HTTP code 405)
  • Internal Server Error (HTTP code 500)
  • Not Implemented (HTTP code 501)
  • HTTP Version Not Supported (HTTP code 505)

Website Monitoring

In addition to tracking Apache-specific parameters, the Network Manager offers full range of generic web server and website monitoring features:

  • Web server response time monitoring
  • Monitoring of individual virtual hosts (sites) configured on a web server
  • Monitoring of SOAP-based Web Services
  • Remote web server log analysis and alerting upon occurrence of specific error patterns
  • Receiving web server errors via Syslog and Windows Event Log
  • Consolidated status of servers participating in a failover or load balancing cluster
  • Multiple servers of a distributed AggreGate installation will "see" a single site from different locations
  • Comprehensive monitoring of underlying application servers and database engines
  • Monitoring CPU load, memory, bandwidth usage and other KPIs of web server machines
  • Auto-disabling monitoring during scheduled maintenance periods
  • Out-of-the-box threshold violation alerting
  • Comprehensive management reports on website metrics history and trends
  • Hourly/daily/weekly/monthly/yearly downtime percentage statistics
  • Dashboards, graphs and charts visualizing web server status

See Web Server and Website Monitoring for details.

User Perspective Monitoring

The Network Manager also provides advanced web page content tracking opportunities:

  • Web page load time tracking and threshold alerting
  • User perspective monitoring of regular HTTP URLs and HTTPS URLs, including ones that are protected by realm authorization or require client certificates
  • Support for HTTP redirects
  • Form submission via specification of HTTP GET and POST parameters in URL requests
  • Simulation of different User Agents and customization of other HTTP request headers
  • Modelling and business rule engines for dynamic web page content validation and analysis
  • Web page change tracking and alerting
  • Validating operability of underlying scripts and database engine

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