distributed network monitoring software for Windows. Monitor devices and services when remote networks or company offices are spread over the world and can be located behind firewalls, routers, NAT, etc. All the monitoring results will be stored in a centralized database.
Distributed monitoring of devices in remote networks with a central database and graphic console.
Display results on a graphic map. Create a SCADA-like dashboard with gauges and widgets.
Analyze historical data and trends on charts. Save and print reports.
CPU temperature, fan speed, voltage, disk space, and CPU usage monitoring.
Receive alerts about accidents and deviations of parameter values.
SNMP trap support (for various hardware sensors).
Monitor industrial and advanced devices using OPC-DA, Modbus, MQTT, Netflow, etc.
Easy setup and configuration. No need to forward ports through NAT to check hosts on a remote network!
We have been developing monitoring solutions for 18 years since 2003. So we are offering the powerful product with tons of useful features to you.
Check dozens of monitoring protocols and sensors supported (ICMP ping, SNMP, Traps, WMI, HTTP(S), SQL databases, SSH, TCP, ARP, Event Log, processes, services, JS scripts, disk space, S.M.A.R.T., CPU load, temperature and fan speed, printer toner/ink, switches, UPS, surveillance IP cameras, DVR/NVR, CCTV systems, network bandwidth, NetFlow, ...)
We have created a short video (4 minutes) for explaining the program concept and its features.
The operation of the program is based on periodic polling of the monitored hosts by sequentially performing the checks specified for each of them. Depending on the result of this procedure, the checks receive a status (passed or failed), and the results are recorded to the database.
All settings and monitoring results are stored in a single SQL database. Monitoring servers (centers) installed on remote networks interact with the database independently being connected to it through NATs and Firewalls without any port forwarding. At the same time, the entire system can be deployed within the private network of the enterprise according to the "Private Cloud" scheme, providing all the conveniences of a cloud monitoring system and without violating the network security.
You can also spread execution of checks over several monitoring servers to decrease load on the servers and improve the monitoring performance if your checks consume a lot of CPU (monitoring WMI) or network bandwidth (CCTV monitoring).
In addition to increasing reliability, the distributed monitoring scheme allows you to perform centralized checks of several remote networks, with collection of the statistics to one database. It is only necessary to install a monitoring service on the server of each remote network and configure its connection with the database (two TCP ports are used: 3050 and 3051).
The program (the desktop management console, monitoring server, web UI, and remote agents) works on all modern versions of Windows including Windows XP/Vista/7/8.1/10/11, Server 2003/2008/2012/2016/2019/2022 and provides high performance for the network device and host monitoring.
The program monitors devices using 30+ built-in monitoring checks which use common networking protocols including ICMP, TCP, ARP, SNMP, SSH, and WMI. The required performance of a server or PC for the program operation strongly depends on the number of monitoring checks (sensors) used and on the types of checks that differ in processor load (low: ICMP, ARP, TCP, HTTP, FTP; medium: SNMP, SSH; high: WMI, RTSP).
If there is no need to store the accumulated check statistics, you can turn it off and maximize the performance.
For the successful program operation, it is necessary to install at least three components - the graphical console, the monitoring service, and the database core. The database can be deployed on any server so that the service and console can communicate with it over the network. You can install the service and database on a server, and the graphical console on your working computer for connecting the console to the database server, configuring the system, and watching the results.
Firebird, Java, and Jetty software that we use can run on different platforms. Thus, the 10-Strike Network Monitor Pro program is almost completely cross-platform system having in mind that it can be managed using the web UI. The only exception is the only monitoring service, which requires a Windows host for the installation.
The list of components required for operation can give the impression of a complex installation and configuration process of the system. However, if you do not spread the components across servers with different operating systems, everything can be installed on one PC running Windows from one installation file, which you can download from our website. All necessary components are included in one file (the program, the monitoring server, and the database system). The web server for the web console operation is downloaded as a separate file.
You can manage the system not only from the program installed on a Windows PC, but also through the web interface from any device! It can be a laptop on the Internet, a tablet, a smartphone, etc.
Having passed the authentication, you can not only view the results of checks and build graphs based on the accumulated data, but also create new checks or edit existing ones.
The program supports multi-user access and differentiation of access rights. You can set up limited users and administrators by separating permissions across monitoring servers.
"The System Administrator" magazine, September 2017
Some systems are very expensive and not available for purchase by small and medium-sized organizations, other systems are difficult to configure and understand the principles of operation, others are not very stable, or their functionality is insufficient. The 10-Strike NM Pro system stands out against the background of all known and not so well-known monitoring systems... The program is easy to use (everything works out of the box), not overloaded with unnecessary functionality, with fast and adequate technical support. ... the system is not inferior to its competitors in terms of functionality and convenience, and in some cases surpasses them.
PC Magazine/RE's annual software review "Best Soft 2015", December 2015
"This program allows you to monitor the IT infrastructure starting from switches and servers, and ending with UPS and door sensors in racks with equipment polled via the SNMP protocol. It is allowed to control not only the device operability, but to check whether some device's parameters are beyond critical thresholds. For example, this can be the CPU temperature, voltage, toner level in a printer, signal level in a fiber optic line, or amount of free space on disks. There are several methods of notifications available for an administrator. Charts displaying parameters help predicting trends before a real failure occurs".
Cristian Locicero, C.L. INFORMATICA, Italy
"Congratulations on the speed with which you have updated the "Network Monitor Pro" program. I have been trying NM Pro for a few days and I think it is an excellent product that is simple, very functional and scalable, the type of NMS that I could offer to my customers (PMI)."
Ivan Simkin, MTS, Russia
"10-Strike Network Monitor has been repeatedly noted for good functionality from the top management of our company. The last happiness / misfortune was a big accident on our network, notifications of which reached the management via SMS."
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