Fully automated inventory of your UNIX servers. Server(s) ready for polling in 5 secs from scratch. No server agent required to inventory or poll. Only an SSH login required on your UNIX servers. Ultra lightweight inventory and poller design. Polls 100.000 resources per min (1000 servers). On-demand graphs over any precise period. On-demand graphs with multi server resources. Allows hundreds of resources per graph. Generates any custom graph in an eye-blink. Zero maintenance / growth RRD archives used. Provides clear datacenter scalability trends. Allows proactive datacenter capacity planning. Contains an all in one desktop interface Contains a multi-user client / server interface. Graphs can be saved as an image file to disk. Autoscales your graph when resizing window. User friendly date and time picker to set period. Smart search or drag and drop known resources. Quick change line colors or thickness in graphs. Different user privileges: admin or regular users. Currently Linux, Solaris & Darwin (OSX) supported. Unsupported UNIX OS's included free of charge.
Single click trend view: move left/right on time-scale; move up/down on value-scale; zoom in/out on time-scale; zoom in/out on value-scale. DatacenterManager is an everything done by interface application. Search Engine: "cpu idle storage perc" Creates a graph with all cpu stats & filesystem usage percentages of all your servers. "Linux cpu Linux diskio" Creates a graph with all your Linux servers cpu stats & diskio. "network error" Creates an entire datacenter network interface error graph. "x86 tcpstat x86 numofprocs" Creates a graph with all Intel X86 servers tcpstats and number of processes. "mem swap used mem ram free" Creates a graph with memory consumption of all your servers e.g. detecting datacenter memory leaks in a snap.
You don't have to type search phrases, you can also slide open the inventory view and drag and drop any inventory items into the search bar. The smart search engine will search every word you specify in all inventory fields, which provides a lazy search capability to you, isn't that great? Multiple different search criteria allowed by specifying a " " character. Match Search and Exact Search possible allowing you to search for parts of words or entire words (the wildcard % also works in Exact Search). You can even edit the search results (selected resources).