"Intermapper is a network mapping and monitoring software that is designed to help IT and network administrators stay ahead of network outages. "
Intermapper provides network administrators a handy and effective tool for network monitoring, available for Mac, Linux, and Windows operating systems. Robust and secure, Intermapper finds devices with IP addresses and monitors their performance.
This tool helps administrators stay ahead of network outages by IP-based monitoring of all physical and virtual devices, including routers, switches, wireless devices, and virtual servers. This software minimizes downtime for most important system components by immediate alerts to administrators, helping them to detect slowdowns in a real-time manner.
Outages of a critical system can be a serious problem to the productivity and revenue of an enterprise. Using Intermapper's monitoring and alerting features, network professionals can see what's happening on the network in real-time, which is critical to preventing potential outages. With this tool, they are able to create live network maps, monitor network traffic and bandwidth usage, as well as establish remote access for monitoring from anywhere.
Autodiscover your network and create live maps
Monitor anything with an IP address
Set alerts to notify you of outages or poor performance
Integrate with Automate for automatic network remediation
Monitor network traffic and bandwidth usage in real time
Give users remote access to monitor the network from anywhere
Real-time performance alerts
Bandwidth monitoring and flows analysis
Free monitoring probes
It supports Windows 2008/Vista/XP/2003/2000, MacOS X 10.4, Solaris, RedHat, Fedora, SuSE, Debian, Ubuntu, and FreeBSD.
The main users of Intermapper are administrators of networks of all sizes wanting a simple, easy to use device monitoring interface.
Yes, it offers an API.
This service is generally used for network monitoring.
Integration: Automate, Google Earth, Scrutinizer, Winbox, AutoMate Now, and Splunk.
Support: Community Support, FAQs, Knowledge Base, Videos, Webinars, Email Support, and Phone Support.