Push Notification di PRTG

Get Notified Easier With PRTG Push Notifications

Hi there,
Reaction time is vital for your job. Being informed as soon as some component or service in your network behaves in an unusual way can save your free evening or even your weekend. In today's mobile world you're always on the go and push notifications reach you within seconds wherever you are.

Advantages of Push Notifications

This new free feature of PRTG Network Monitor is easily set up and comes with a full bag of advantages: Similar to a text message (SMS), you'll be notified immediately. Push notifications also do not drain your battery, because only a small part of the app will run when your system receives a push message.
In order to send push notifications, simply set up a corresponding notification trigger for your sensors. For a detailed guide on how to set up push notifications, please have a look at the "Push Notifications from PRTG" article in the Paessler Knowledge Base.

How Push Notifications Work

 The schematic workflow of push notifications from PRTG

Receiving a push notification is the simplest thing in the world, but behind the scenes, they require a really advanced setup at Paessler. We've set up the PRTG Cloud which handles all the requests and triggers the delivery of push notifications to your device.
Do you want to stay up-to-date about the status of the PRTG Cloud? Follow our special Twitter feed @PRTGCloudStatus and be the first to learn about status changes!
Please note: Push notifications from PRTG are currently in beta phase and we're excited about the possibility to provide this service to our users. With your help we will be able to test our cloud under real world conditions and can further optimize it.
If you have any further questions please feel free to contact us at learnmore@paessler.com. We are happy to help you.
Your Paessler Team
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