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Friday, May 23, 2014

Serahkan 'pusing' monitoring Anda kepada kami

Anda punya begitu banyak yang harus anda monitor ? Serahkan kepusingan Anda itu kepada kami. 
Kami memiliki banyak solusi untuk monitoring hardware, server, router, switch, bandwidth, storage, aplikasi hingga helpdesk untuk mendukung operasional IT dan perusahaan Anda.
Anda yang mencari solusi integrasi untuk monitoring website perusahaan, bisa menggunakan layanan yang didukung oleh site24x7. Anda cukup membayar bulanan / tahunan untuk mendapatkan layanan ini.
Anda yang mencari solusi monitoring jaringan (network, hardware, server, router, switch) bisa menggunakan beragam layanan kami, baik membayar aplikasi secara full ataupun menyewa aplikasi dengan membayarnya tahunan.
Anda yang mencari solusi monitoring bandwidth, bisa menggunakan software monitoring berbasis Netflow / Sflow / Jflow, memudahkan anda monitoring aplikasi dan user menggunakan bandwidth perusahaan Anda.
Anda yang mencari solusi monitoring storage, bisa menggunakan software monitoring storage kami.
Dan Anda yang ingin mencatat semua permasalahan dan request dalam internal perusahaan Anda, bisa menggunakan produk helpdesk , dan memilih pembayaran yang paling flexible dengan Anda.
Kontak kami dan serahkan 'pusing' anda kepada kami.

Academy gunakan PRTG Network Monitor

Oxford Spires is a academy, which opened in 2011, that primarily serves the East of Oxford. The school educates 800 pupils between years 7 and 14, and employs around 116  members of staff. The academy's IT team were already monitoring their network using Mutiny, but after a major hardware upgrade they found that the product's features were too limited for their needs.
 "As our infrastructure became larger and more sophisticated, it was increasingly hard to keep a handle on exactly what was going on in the network," says James Preston, ICT Network Manager at Oxford Spires Academy."In addition to nine brand new IT labs, we have been gradually equipping all of the classrooms with SMART boards and ensuring that all the teachers have  portable access to our ICT Services through a Tablet PC (iPad or Windows) or a Laptop.  So as you can imagine, we have an awful lot of different devices to keep track of."

Introducing PRTG

With the academy and its classrooms becoming more and more reliant on technology during lessons, it is vital for the academy that the IT department keeps the network up and running so that lessons can continue with minimum disruption to the timetable. "We had been doing some fairly basic monitoring of our network when it was still quite small, but as we replaced the hardware we found that we simply didn't know enough about what our growing infrastructure looked like, which could have led to problems down the line," says James.
 "We were adding devices that we hadn't attempted to monitor before, like IP phones and new multifunction printers, and we found that Mutiny didn't have the features that we needed to do the job with our new kit," says James. "After switching to PRTG, we were able to monitor all of our network devices for any information we wanted."
 "I had heard about PRTG from other network managers, so we decided to investigate it as an alternative solution, and you could tell immediately that there was a lot more of the detail we needed to keep an eye on the network effectively," adds James.

Detecting problems in the network

The IT team are also responsible for ensuring the academy's intranet is always live, even outside of traditional school hours. Oxford Spires students are expected to log onto the intranet whilst at home, to access information related to their lessons and upload their homework. According to James, any failure of the system outside of traditional school hours would significantly disrupt student's learning. "Network monitoring is really important in this new setup we have introduced that allows the students to work from home," he explains.
"PRTG acts as a status dashboard, which allows us to check up on the network in near real-time, picking up on potential problems before they happen so any disruption to the intranet is minimised."
After installing PRTG, the IT team were able to identify that a section of the network was only being supported by copper wire, which wasn't anywhere near a high enough capacity for the school to use. It was replaced with fibre optic cable and performance improved as a result. James explains: "It is often the little things that make a lot of difference to how your network performs. We were impressed that there was no loss of granularity with PRTG, no matter how far you drilled down into the data, and we were able to start making helpful changes very quickly."

Saving time and money

With students reliant on the network outside of working hours, James and his team need to be able to successfully manage surges in demand. "Due to these new usage patterns, we are getting spikes in traffic at different times and we have to compensate for that. Now, we get a big drop off for the school run when everybody leaves, and a big surge a couple of hours later when people start to log back on and continue their work," says James.
As a result of being able to manage demand effectively using PRTG, James explains that the school can get far more value out of its bandwidth by knowing what the peaks are and when they are going to happen. "This way we can have just the right capacity, rather than paying too much for capacity we don't need or risking downtime by having too little," he adds.
James and the team have identified a number of other ways that PRTG can be used to save time and money quickly. As he explains: "For example, our reprographics department use PRTG to keep an eye on how much paper there is available in their 12 multifunction printers, and which printers need to be re-filled. But they are also able to determine how much has been used over time using historical information. This allows the department to spend their budget more wisely and only buy as much stock as they need using a custom SNMP trap we created."

Endless possibilities

Looking to the future, James has plans to utilise more of the software's capabilities. "We already have plans to monitor the health of our internal email clients using the Email Round-Trip sensors; we're also planning to marry the product up with our service manager Microsoft System Centre to give us a central location to monitor all our tickets from," he explains. "There are plenty of customisation options too; for example the custom SNMP sensor for the printers that we've already created."
Based on his experience with the network monitor, James has already recommended PRTG to peers and on his blog. "I have found it to be an invaluable tool for monitoring the infrastructure that, when combined with the maps, can really change the way you see your network and how it operates," he explains.  

Monitoring of Things dengan PRTG

We love technology. It's what drives our developers. It's what drives our product. It's what drives our marketing. We try to avoid jumping on the bandwagon of every new IT buzzword that's out there—at least if it isn't directly related to a possible application for our customers. That's why we've carefully kept an eye on the Internet of Things (IoT) trend and tried to determine if it's a topic that might offer substantial benefits for our customers in the years to come. We don't know yet if IoT will live up to the hype, but we are convinced that it will have an impact on the way we experience IT—and the time to get prepared is now.
Internet of Things Cloud

Internet of Things basically means everything is connected, with all its advantages and disadvantages. For the network administrator of the future, this rising complexity will come with a whole new set of challenges. Forget about BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) and start thinking about BYOT (Bring Your Own Thing)—and "thing" could be, if you follow recent IT media articles, everything from a coffee machine to a car that's parked in the underground parking lot of a company. Especially wearables (electronic devices you wear on your body) seem to be one of the first trends within this almost infinite area of applications.

Who Monitors the Monitor?

Wearables often are intended to be used for extended healthcare purposes, for example monitoring a patient's pulse or heart-rate. If there's a sudden drop in the heart-rate, an ambulance could automatically be informed, find the patient via GPS signal and hopefully save his life—but what happens if the software crashes, the device gets disconnected or is simply turned off? The recipient of the body monitoring data also has to be informed about the status of the wearable. You have to monitor the device in order to being able to guarantee a constant flow of reliable body monitoring data. For hospitals equipping their patients with these kinds of wearables, the integration into their IT environment is only a first step. They also have to think about updating their network monitoring strategy. Remember, everything will be connected.
Monitoring of Things - Healthcare
Monitoring of Things - Healthcare

One of the biggest challenges will be to integrate a very heterogeneous group of devices into an already existing network structure. This is even truer for companies in industries with a huge scope of possible "things" to integrate into their network.

The Intelligent Industrial Network: Industry 4.0

Also in the manufacturing industry wearables that, for example, measure the noise exposure of factory workers could be a realistic scenario—but that's just the beginning: imagine assembly lines that are never affected by unplanned downtimes, maintenance work that can be scheduled to an exact point in time, and spare parts that arrive even before a replacement is necessary. No more warning lights that only flash after an error has occurred or after a part has exceeded its life cycle.
This development is known under different terms like Smart Manufacturing or Industrial Internet—in Germany it is called Industry 4.0, which refers to the fourth industrial revolution and was initiated as a project in the high-tech strategy of the German government. The goal is to create intelligent networks along the entire value chain, which can control each other autonomously. Although we might yet stand at the beginning of this revolution, it's important to start planning for the future now. Especially the sensible integration with the existing IT infrastructure should not be taken lightly. What's happening to the data that gets picked up off the machines? It has to be added to the central IT system in order to enable further processing, useful display and a basis for maintenance workers to take action. Monitoring things, in this case complex industrial machines, isn't so different from monitoring network devices—what matters is getting relevant data that can be analyzed and put to a purpose.

The Evolution of Monitoring

As with the different stages of the industrial revolution, also IT is an area that never stops evolving—and network monitoring is a big part of this development. When the concept first was introduced, the technology mostly was used to monitor physical IT devices (Monitoring 1.0), like routers or switches. With the ongoing virtualization of networks, new concepts and functionalities had to be found (Monitoring 2.0) in order to gather and process new kinds of relevant data. The next logical step was to run applications in the cloud and even further extend the virtualization. To enable users of SaaS (Software as a Service) solutions and other cloud applications constant access to their productive environment, the connection to the cloud has to be closely monitored (Monitoring 3.0)—this includes the monitoring of services and resources from every perspective to guarantee the smooth operation of all systems and connections within the cloud.
Monitoring 4.0

Besides the necessity to continue monitoring all devices, virtual machines and cloud based applications, which have been monitored in the past, the Internet of Things also launches a new era in network monitoring (Monitoring 4.0) as with every new thing connected to the network, also the amount of data that can and should be monitored, is constantly growing. Due to the heterogeneous nature of "things" and applications, many of which we probably even can't think of today, it will be difficult to have an out-of-the-box solution that covers every possible scenario. Applying custom sensors is a feasible solution, already used by many of our customers. In the past we've seen users of PRTG Network Monitor being on the forefront of creativity, using custom sensors to monitor prawn farms, pellet stokers or even the blood fridge of a hospital—all not being network devices, but "things". We're learning about new applications almost every day and are excited about this development. Based on our customer's feedback, we're constantly improving PRTG and implementing new features, so that when the time has come, our customers will be able to monitor every "thing", they want.
If you can think of an exciting thing to monitor, or even have written a custom sensor yourself, let us know:

Wednesday, May 21, 2014

ManageEngine memproses 100k Flows/Sec dengan NetFlow Analyzer v10

ManageEngine, the real-time IT management company, today announced that NetFlow Analyzer v10, the real-time traffic and security analytics software, can now process up to 100,000 flows per second. This marks a 10x improvement in scalability for NetFlow Analyzer, which previously handled up to 10,000 flows per second with raw data storage. Without raw data storage, NetFlow Analyzer can now scale up to 250,000 flows per second. In addition, NetFlow Analyzer includes a new Ember.js-based web client and enhanced support for Cisco Application Visibility and Control (AVC) reporting.
ManageEngine is demonstrating the new features of NetFlow Analyzer atCisco Live 2014 being held May 18-22, 2014, at Moscone Center in San Francisco. A silver sponsor of the event, ManageEngine is in booth 2205.
Due to surging volumes of network traffic caused by bandwidth-intensive applications, a growing number of IT teams need a highly scalable monitoring solution capable of handling high-traffic volume. NetFlow Analyzer’s scalability of up to 250k flows per second will seamlessly solve the scalability issues that arise while monitoring networks with high speed and high flow rates. Perhaps the biggest challenge IT teams face as they try to scale their traffic monitoring solutions is managing the multiple collectors needed to handle the traffic load.
“NetFlow Analyzer now scales up to 100,000 or 250,000 flows per second — depending on raw data storage needs — eliminating the need to have multiple collectors,” said Dev Anand, director of product management at ManageEngine. “Large enterprises and data centers don’t have the time and energy to babysit multiple collectors and would greatly benefit from a single tool that can manage enterprise-grade flow volume. We are glad we have a solution that not only fits their budget but also their load.”
In an attempt to meet the challenge of application visibility in the network and further enhance the ability to monitor and control application-wise bandwidth usage, NetFlow Analyzer has sharpened its Cisco Application Visibility and Control reporting.
“We are glad to be associated with Cisco in the joint development of the AVC management feature,” added Anand. “AVC simplifies a lot of steps for a data center network manager and presents a full solution with control capabilities — and not just a way to look deeper. The ability to restrict bandwidth for social activities such as Facebook, Skype and Torrents versus official activities such as CRM, remote meetings, etc. is a face-saver for any network manager.”
Pricing and Availability
NetFlow Analyzer v10 is available immediately for download at Pricing starts at $3,750 for 50 interfaces.
For more information on NetFlow Analyzer, please visit For more information on ManageEngine, please visit; follow the company blog at; on Facebook at and on Twitter at@ManageEngine.
About NetFlow Analyzer
ManageEngine NetFlow Analyzer is a powerful bandwidth monitoring and traffic forensic tool that supports IPv6. It has other capabilities such as IP SLA reporting, QoS reporting, AVC monitoring, Medianet reporting, WAAS reporting and more. It has also passed the interoperability verification testing for IP SLA, WAAS, NetFlow and Medianet monitoring and is certified Cisco Compatible. For more information, please visit
About ManageEngine
ManageEngine delivers the real-time IT management tools that empower an IT team to meet an organization’s need for real-time services and support. Worldwide, more than 90,000 established and emerging customers — including more than 60 percent of the Fortune 500 — rely on ManageEngineproducts to ensure the optimal performance of their critical IT infrastructure, including networks, servers, applications, desktops and more. Another 300,000-plus admins optimize their IT using the free editions of ManageEngine products. ManageEngine is a division of Zoho Corp. with offices worldwide, including the United States, United Kingdom, India, Japan and China. For more information, please visit; follow the company blog at, on Facebook at and on Twitter at@ManageEngine.
ManageEngine is a trademark of Zoho Corp. All other brand names and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.
Tags: ManageEngine, real-time IT, Zoho, NetFlow Analyzer, Cisco Live, Ember.js, Application Visibility and Control , AVC, bandwidth monitoring, traffic forensics, virtualization, cloud, IT management, business service management, user experience monitoring, workflow automation, network management, server management

StruxtureWare menangkan DCS Awards untuk DCIM

Schneider Electric StruxureWare for Data Centers Wins DCIM Category at DCS Awards
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Schneider Electric, the global specialist in energy management and leading provider of data centre infrastructure solutions, has announced that it has received the DCS 2014 Award 'Datacentre Infrastructure Management (DCIM) Product of the Year' for its StruxureWare™ for Data Centerssoftware solution. The award was presented at the prestigious Data Centres Solution Annual Gala Industry Event held at the Millennium Hotel, London.
Run by Angel Business Publishing, publishers of Data Centre Solutions magazine, the DCS awards have become a leading event in the industry calendar. Receiving the award, Schneider Electric IT UK vice president, Dale Wrangles said, "Schneider Electric is delighted to have won this accolade for its StruxureWare for Data Centers DCIM solution. I'd like to thank the editorial judging panel for shortlisting us in the DCIM category as well as the many people that have voted to make this award to StruxureWare for Data Centers.
"The market for DCIM is developing rapidly and already many companies are starting to benefit from the actionable intelligence which StruxureWare for Data Centers software provides, to enable an ideal balance of high availability and peak efficiency throughout the entire data centre life cycle," Dale Wrangles added.
Developed by Schneider Electric, StruxureWare for Data Centers is an integrated DCIM suite which is comprised of comprehensive modules for data centre operations, control and management. Schneider Electric DCIM software applications enable businesses to prosper by managing their data centres across multiple domains.
At the core of the software suite is StruxureWare Data Center Operation, the physical infrastructure management application. Unlike other DCIM platforms, it provides an integrated dashboard that facilitates vendor neutral inventory management. What's more, this dashboard displays real-time device failures and data within the data centre physical infrastructure layout, as well as recommendations on how to resolve issues.
The ability to make such informed decisions from a "building-to-server" perspective can be multi-layered with the addition of optional modules created to meet specific user requirements, from Capacity and Change Management to Energy Cost, Energy Efficiency and IT Power Optimisation.
The suite enables comprehensive dashboards of live data centre operations, mobile operation for real-time tracking of equipment adds, moves and changes and on-the-go access via smartphones and tablet apps.
StruxureWare Data Center Expert provides vendor-neutral, scalable monitoring software which collects, organizes, and distributes critical alerts, surveillance video and key information, providing a unified view of complex physical infrastructure environments from anywhere on the network.
At a control level, StruxureWare Data Center Expert provides an efficient way for organizations to monitor company-wide multi-vendor physical infrastructure: power, cooling, security, and environment. Real-time monitoring, user-defined reports and graphs, and instant fault notification and escalation enable quick assessment and resolution of critical infrastructure events that can adversely affect IT system availability.
StruxureWare Power Monitoring Expert provides comprehensive electrical system intelligence for the data centre. With deep insight into the operation of electrical infrastructure, it ensures your infrastructure can operate at the design level of reliability while still minimizing energy costs and making the most of current assets.
StruxureWare applications allows additional applications to be added incrementally, while its 'plug and play' design ensures the applications will connect seamlessly. StruxureWare Cooling Monitoring Expert is based on Schneider Electric industry-leading Building Automation systems, but tailored to the specific application of cooling system automation for facility HVAC experts and mechanical engineering teams.
For more information about the StruxureWare for Data Centers™ DCIM suite as well as other Schneider Electric integrated power, cooling and management solutions, please visit
About Schneider Electric
As a global specialist in energy management with operations in more than 100 countries, Schneider Electric offers integrated solutions across multiple market segments, including leadership positions in Utilities & Infrastructure, Industries & Machines Manufacturers, Non-residential Building, Data Centres & Networks and in Residential. Focused on making energy safe, reliable, efficient, productive and green, the Group's 150,000 plus employees achieved sales of 24 billion euros in 2013, through an active commitment to help individuals and organizations make the most of their energy.
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Monday, May 19, 2014

Draytek Vigor 2912, solusi powerful utk cabang Anda.

    • Dual WAN load-balance and redundancy (broadband)
    • USB 2.0 port as WAN 3 (3G/4G USB mobile broadband)
    • Object-based firewall with Web Content Filtering
    • Bandwidth management with intelligent VoIP Qos
    • 16 VPN tunnels with VPN failover (backup)
    • 802.11n wireless LAN 
    • TR-069 Central Management via the VigorACS SI
    • Support IPv6 and IPv4 networks

Dual WAN Load-balance and Redundancy

 USB 2.0 Port for 3G/4G* LTE Mobile, FTP Drive and Network Printers


 Object-based Firewall with Web Content Filtering 


 VPN for Secure Inter-Office / Remote Access


Secure Business Wi-Fi Network


2912 station control

 Working with DrayTek Network Traffic Analyzer