Zenoss Monitored Device List

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Zenoss monitors the performance & availability of software applications such as databases, Java application servers & web servers. Monitor performance and availability of Java application servers and Java virtual machines using JMX:* Apache Tomcat App Server

  • BEA WebLogic Server
  • IBM WebSphere Application Server
  • JBoss Application ServerMonitor the performance and availability of various databases, including roundtrip query time:* MySQL
  • Oracle
  • PostgreSQL
  • Microsoft SQL ServerMonitor Microsoft Exchange and Active DirectoryUse synthetic transactions to check web site availabilityCreate custom SQL queries to verify databases are responding in a timely manner* Virtual Servers

Zenoss provides comprehensive monitoring of your entire virtual infrastructure. The performance & availability information for the virtual and physical infrastructure is automatically correlated and displayed together in a single pane of glass. Automatic discovery and inventory of the entire VMware vSphere environment including: VMs, ESX servers, clusters, and data storesMonitor performance of VMs including memory, disk & CPUReal-time detection when VMs move from one VMware host to another (called VMotion)Zenoss is a VMware Ready certified solutionIntegration with VMware Virtual Center and vCenter Server:* Cloud MonitoringMonitor the the performance & availability of Amazon EC2, OpenStack and CloudFoundry instancesAutomatically discover EC2 instances as they are added and removedView performance reports across all EC2 instances and instance typesSetup in a matter of minutes using Amazon's authentication services:* Physical Servers Zenoss monitors the performance & availability for the most popular server operating systems including: Windows, Linux and UNIX. Monitoring is done remotely (agentlessly) and does not require any software to be deployed on the target machines being monitored. Agentless technology allows monitoring to be set up in minutesLinux and Unix OS monitoring can be fully secure using Secure Shell (SSH)Native Windows monitoring using WMI & PerfmonAn inventory of software packages installed on each server is automatically createdAbility to monitor Windows services and Linux/UNIX processes:* Network Zenoss monitors the performance & availability of virtually any network device including routers, switches and firewalls. Monitor any SNMP enabled network deviceUnderstand your network's dependencies by using the Layer 3 topology viewGet detailed information on network interface bandwidth utilizationFind out what software is running on the network device:Power/Environment Zenoss monitors the environmental conditions of server hardware including temperature and humidity. Zenoss is also integrated with devices that measure environmental conditions of the entire data center. Measure hardware environment of both Dell and HP ServersMonitor data center environmental conditions from any SNMP enabled sensor device such as WebsensorMonitor the availability of Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS)Technologies The following is a sample list of some of the network devices, operating systems, and software applications that are currently monitored by Zenoss. Open standards and APIs allow organizations with special needs to create their own ZenPacks.

Network Devices* Alvarion WiFi
  • BigIP LTM Virtual Server
  • BlueCoat Appliances
  • Brocade Switches
  • Cisco IP SLA
  • Cisco Security Appliance
  • Colubris Wireless
  • Fortigate
  • Funkwerk
  • IronPort Email Security & Relay Appliances
  • Juniper
  • LTM Virtual Server
  • MRV wireless
  • Netasq
  • NetScreen
  • Nortel
  • Raytalk Wireless
  • SourceFire:Operating Systems* IBM AIX
  • Sun Solaris
  • HP-UX
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux
  • CentOS Linux
  • Fedora Linux
  • Debian Linux
  • Ubuntu Server Linux
  • openSUSE Linux
  • SUSE® Linux
  • Microsoft Windows
  • Mac OS X
  • Netware Loadable Module
  • BSDVirtual InfrastructureCitrix XenServerVMware vSphere v4VMware Virtual Center (VI 3)Amazon EC2Application ServersApache Tomcat Application ServerBEA WebLogic ServerColdFusion MXIBM Websphere Application ServerJava Applications via JMXJava Virtual MachinesJBoss Application ServerMicrosoft Messaging and Queuing Server:Databases* MySQL
  • Oracle
  • PostgreSQL
  • Microsoft SQL Server
  • Generic SQL Queries
  • Round-trip SQL timeWeb Servers* Apache Web Server
  • Microsoft IIS
  • Server Load Balancing Virtual Server
  • Squid
  • Web (HTTP) TransactionsMicrosoft Technologies* Microsoft Active Directory
  • Microsoft Exchange
  • Microsoft IIS
  • Microsoft SQL Server
  • Microsoft Terminal Services
  • Microsoft Windows Services:Storage* Brocade SAN Switches
  • EMC Celerra,/li.
  • NetApp FilersCRMSugarCRMSecurity
  • LDAP Queries
  • ASSP Anti-Spam
  • VPN Tunnels
  • Microsoft Active Directory:Email Servers* Microsoft Exchange:Power & Environment* APC UPS PowerNet
  • Dell Servers
  • Eltek Power Systems
  • HP ProCurve Switches
  • HP Servers
  • HP Systems Insight Manager Adents
  • HP Temperature Sensors
  • Netbotz
  • Powerware UPS
  • Sentry Cabinet Power Distribution Unit (CDU)
  • WebsensorProtocols* DIG
  • DNS
  • FTP
  • Generic Printer Monitor
  • IRC
  • Jabber
  • NNTP
  • NTP
  • RPC