Solaris monitoring capabilities include (but aren't limited to) collecting, reporting, visualization and alerting for:
|CPU load||Network interfaces and traffic||SAR command output (via SSH)|
|Disk space usage||Disk I/O performance||RAID controller status (via SSH)|
|Physical/virtual/swap memory usage||Processes and SMF-managed services||ZFS and pools statistics (via SSH)|
|Log files, including messages file (via FTP)||System events (via Syslog)||Sun Cluster status (via SSH)|
Solaris SNMP-based monitoring is performed via standard MIB files, injecting hundreds of different metrics into a server-side device snapshot and enabling further analysis with a few mouse clicks. Standard operations (such as Solaris OS detection, CPU/memory/disk monitoring, etc.) are implemented by using models, allowing full customization.