NetXMS provides performance and availability monitoring with flexible event processing, alerting, reporting and graphing for all layers of IT infrastructure.
Fine tuning can be performed by using NetXMS built-in scripting language called NXSL (stands for NetXMS Scripting Language). NXSL was designed specifically to be used as embedded scripting language within NetXMS.
This is free and open source software.
- Network monitoring:
- Automatic Layer 2 and Layer 3 discovery, visualization and search of the connected components.
- Full SNMPv3 support.
- Active discovery with scanning probes.
- Passive discovery based on information from monitored devices – ARP and routing tables, interfaces.
- Application and server monitoring:
- All the basic metrics you would expect: CPU, file systems, I/O, memory, traffic.
- JMX bridge for monitoring Java applications.
- Application specific extensions: Oracle, MySQL, PostgreSQL, MongoDB, DB2, Tuxedo, and many more.
- Integration API for in-house applications.
- Designed for large networks:
- Single server can monitor hundreds of metrics on thousands of devices.
- Full support for distributed monitoring and horizontal scaling.
- Overlapping IP subnets monitoring.
- Flexible access control for operators and customers.
- Automation – wide range of actions, flexible thresholds and custom scripting when your imagination is even wilder than ours.
- Secure – all communications are encrypted with AES256 and authenticated. Access control down to the specific metric.
- Flexible data collection – everything is a datasource – SNMP, NetXMS agent, your application of a script. Once collected, filter or convert values before they are processed further.
- NAT-friendly – NAT penetration as well as proxy for SNMP, ICMP, and native protocol.
- Remote management – send SNMP SET commands, run applications remotely, transfer files (even in bulk) or just take a screenshot to see how system operates.
Support: GitHub Code Repository
License: Mixed licensing – most libraries are licensed under GNU Lesser General Public License, with the rest of the components licensed under the GNU General Public License
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