Jun 182012
 

FrameFlow is server monitoring software that helps you to make sure your critical systems are up and running.

FrameFlow Features

FrameFlow Core

Out-of-the-Box FrameFlow Offers Great

Monitoring Features
FrameFlow is free monitoring software to help you monitor and manage your servers, switches, routers, web sites and more. Check out the screen shots below to see some examples of the really amazing dashboards, displays and other functionality that you’ll get with FrameFlow.

FrameFlow – System Health Monitor

Monitor CPU, Bandwidth, Drive Space and Memory
FrameFlow includes system health monitoring which automatically tracks CPU usage, bandwidth, drive space and available memory on all of your Windows and Linux-based systems.

Dashboards give you an at-a-glance view of current system health for all of your network devices, all in one place. Each category is sorted by status so the systems that under the most stress appear at the top of the list. Color coding can be customized so you can set thresholds defining at what point a metric will be displayed in green, yellow or red.

FrameFlow – Web Site Monitoring

Make Sure Your Web Site is Up and Running 24 x 7
FrameFlow includes a web site event monitor that can regularly check your web sites to make sure they are responding or alert you right away if they are not.
Just add our Web Site event monitor which comes free with FrameFlow and enter a list of web URLs that you want it to check. Next in the settings you can choose the schedule for the event monitor down to single second granularity and select how you want to be notified.
The event monitor will begin checking your web sites on a continual basis and alert you if any of them are not responding.

FrameFlow – SNMP Monitoring

Monitor Your Switches, Routers and Other SNMP Devices
FrameFlow includes an SNMP monitor to that can watch your switches, routers and other SNMP-enabled devices. Just add a new SNMP Uptime event monitor and point it to your SNMP devices. It will start monitoring them on the schedule you choose, will report on their uptime and will alert you about power downs and restarts.

FrameFlow – Notifications

Get Alerted Right Away About Potential Problems

When an IT system fails it’s not long before people start complaining. FrameFlow can alert you about systems that have failed regular checks so you can sometimes fix problems before they trickle down to end users.

E-mail Notifications

FrameFlow has robust support for e-mail notifications. Every notification includes complete details about the checks that were attempted and exactly why they failed. E-mail notifications are sent in formatted HTML by default so they are clear and easy to read but you can switch to text-only notifications or even a special compact format that is designed especially for mobile devices.

Rules-Based Notification Engine

FrameFlow includes a power rules-based notification engine that gives you complete control over who is notified and when. With a few clicks you can setup alerts for one staff group during business hours and a different staff group off-hours. It even includes intelligent recognition of public holidays so that you can be sure the difference between on-hours and off-hours is always correctly recognized.

Template-Driven Notifications

All e-mail notifications are based on templates that you can easily customize. You can add extra details such as troubleshooting steps, contact information, system technical details and much more.

Escalation of Alerts

FrameFlow notifications also support escalation. For example, for the first two failures you might choose to just display error status in dashboards and reports. On the next failure you can notify your first line support staff. Then if the error condition persists on subsequent checks alerts can be directed to second tier or higher level staff members. It’s a great workflow mechanism that helps you to ensure that critical issues get the attention that they require.

FrameFlow – Dashboards

Gorgeous, Customizable Dashboards Show All Your Network Status

FrameFlow automatically installs a set of dashboards designed to give you a complete view of your network and monitoring status. Dashboards are 100% web-based so they can be viewed from anywhere and they use color coding so you can immediately spot systems that have failed checks and need attention.

Dashboards give you an at-a-glance view of current system health for all of your network devices, all in one place. Each category is sorted by status so the systems that under the most stress appear at the top of the list. Color coding can be customized so you can set thresholds defining at what point a metric will be displayed in green, yellow or red.

Customizable Dashboards

Every dashboard is fully customizable and you can add new dashboards too. To edit a dashboard, just right-click on its name in the tree on the left and select “Edit Dashboard”. Now you can start moving elements, resizing them, adding graphs, changing colors and much more. In just a few minutes you can have a beautiful display of your critical IT systems and it’s all done right in your browser using the latest HTML5 technology.

Full Screen Dashboards

If you have a large LCD screen in your operations room you can easily take advantage of FrameFlow’s full-screen dashboard option. Showing a dashboard in full-screen removes all of the navigation elements so you get just the dashboard content displayed up high where it can be viewed by everyone in your IT operations group.

Light Panel Dashboards

Our light panel dashboard is probably the most popular one. It shows a two-dimensional array of indicator lights with green lights for monitoring checks that have succeeded and red lights for combinations that have failed. At a glance you can spot which system failed which check and take action to correct the problem.

System Requirements

Windows Server 2003/2008/2008 R2
or Windows XP/Vista/7, 32 or 64 bit
2G RAM, 5G disk

Download Frameflow

You can download frameflow from here

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