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Friday, May 08, 2015

Kenali ESET Business Edition Version 6



Gateway Server
ESET Endpoint Antivirus (EEAB)

ESET Endpoint Security (EESB)

ESET Endpoint Protection Standard (EEPS)

ESET Endpoint Protection Advanced (EEPA)

ESET Secure Business (ESBE)

ESET Secure Enterprise (ESEB)


1. ESET Endpoint Antivirus (EEAB)
Antivirus, Antimalware, AntiSpyware, Anti-phising, HIPS, Device Control, ESET Remote Administrator
2. ESET Endpoint Security (EESB)
Antivirus, Antimalware, AntiSpyware, Anti-phising, HIPS, Device Control, Antispam, Personal Firewall, Antispam for Microsoft Windows, Web Control, ESET Remote Administrator

1. ESET Endpoint Protection Standard (EEPS)
ESET Endpoint Antivirus + ESET File Security + ESET Mobile Security + ESET Remote Administrator
2. ESET Endpoint Protection Advanced (EEPA)
ESET Endpoint Security + ESET File Security + ESET Mobile Security + ESET Remote Administrator
3. ESET Secure Business (ESBE)
ESET Endpoint Security + ESET File Security + ESET Mail Security + ESET Mobile Security + ESET Remote Administrator
4. ESET Secure Enterprise (ESEB)
ESET Endpoint Security + ESET File Security + ESET Mail Security + ESET Gateway Security + ESET Mobile Security + ESET Remote Administrator

Monday, May 04, 2015

Strategi Data Center Modern Anda

Gartner Highlights Five Reasons Why a Modern Data Center Strategy Is Needed for the Digital World

As a new digital world emerges from the dual impact of the Nexus of Forces and the Internet of Things, the personality, structure and role of data centers will need to be changed or business agility and competitive strength will be compromised, according to Gartner, Inc. 
"For over 40 years, data centers have pretty much been a staple of the IT ecosystem," said Rakesh Kumar, managing vice president at Gartner. "Despite changes in technology for power and cooling, and changes in the design and build of these structures, their basic function and core requirements have, by and large, remained constant. These are centered on high levels of availability and redundancy, strong, well-documented processes to manage change, traditional vendor management and segmented organizational structures. This approach, however, is no longer appropriate for the digital world." 
Gartner highlighted five reasons why organizations need to develop a more appropriate and modern data center strategy: 
Make the Data Center Behave More Like a Factory and a Laboratory
By 2020, more than seven billion people and businesses, and close to 35 billion devices, will be connected to the Internet. This will result in a significant increase in the speed and volume of data that needs to be handled by data centers. In this sense, data centers will need to behave like theoretical factories with production lines that can scale up to handle ever-increasing volumes of work. 
They will also be expected to churn through huge volumes of data to connect applications and allow for better real-time analytics. Therefore, certain parts of the data center need to behave like a laboratory, forensically analyzing this vast ocean of data to provide insight and actions for the business. 
Manage the Pressure on the Data Center to Become Agile and Innovative
The disruption triggered by digital business is fluid and nonstop, with the potential for massive innovation driving significant changes in IT service delivery. In order to deal with these rapid changes, become agile and, at the same time, maintain process-driven integrity and safety of existing systems, many organizations have begun operating in two modes or speeds of IT. Gartner calls this "bimodal IT." 
As the core engine delivering IT services, the data center will need to become far more agile and responsive than it has ever been and operate in a bimodal way. Without adapting the mentality and approach of data centers away from continuous stability to managed change and innovation, data center managers will find it increasingly difficult to prove their value. 
Manage Different Types of Risk
Digital business will not only see a huge number of devices connected, but will also see data centers as the focal point of these connections. Traditionally, data centers have focused on risk management, which is normally associated with downtime, system availability and application-centric breaches. Data center strategies fit for the digital world must have a key focus on a broad approach to risk management. Another important risk for many digital business transactions is that no single entity will own availability and performance service levels for the complete end-to-end transaction. This will create a whole new set of service assurance challenges. 
Make the Data Center Part of a Broader Hybrid Topology
Traditionally, IT spending has been through IT departments with data centers delivering IT services. This is rapidly changing. Currently, 38 percent of total IT spend is outside of IT, with a disproportionate amount in digital projects; by 2017, it will be more than 50 percent. Lines of businesses will spend with cloud and third-party service providers if they feel their data center is either too slow to respond or too closed to new technologies. As a result, infrastructure & operations leaders must ensure that their internal data centers are able to connect into a broader hybrid topology. 
Embrace New Technologies in a Different Way
The digital world is bringing a host of new technologies that will need to be managed differently in data centers. At the edge, there will be mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets, which will need the operational control of data centers, such as software configurations, standardized operating environments and security patching. 
At the same time, there will be changes in the more traditional data center hardware of servers, storage and network equipment, forcing data center managers to rethink their procurement, management and support strategies. Yet another change will be in vendor relationships. The digital world is reshaping the vendor landscape and the technologies and vendors that have traditionally been instrumental in strong data center services are going through changes, meaning I&O leaders will need to reshape their strategy for providing IT services. 

Sunday, May 03, 2015

Survey kepuasan pengguna PRTG

Austin, Texas and Nuremberg, Germany - April 29, 2015 - Paessler AG, the innovative network monitoring solutions specialist, today announced the results of its customer satisfaction survey, which highlights the key features and functionalities IT departments look for most in a network monitoring tool, as well as insight into how network monitoring is used. The survey, conducted over the past year, sought feedback from 648 customers worldwide, with 190 respondents based in North America.
The survey results revealed the rising importance of mobile for network administrators. Among all respondents, 49 percent access PRTG Network Monitor on their mobile device. The number highlights the growing importance of mobile solutions for businesses and the popularity of push notifications. Paessler has made several improvements in mobile in the past year, including the development of a mobile application for all major operating systems, a refined user interface and the introduction of customizable push notifications.
PRTG users highlighted time and cost savings in relation to network management as key benefits, with 64 percent of respondents reporting exceptional value in time savings and 46 percent realizing exceptional value in cost savings. Additionally, 55 percent of respondents reported weekly time savings of 2 hours a week or more, with 23 percent reporting savings of 4 hours a week or more. By saving just two hours a week, IT departments gain 13 working days of time.
"One of our core values is to proactively improve PRTG Network Monitor to ensure that network administrations are never put into a position where they need something and have to wait for us to develop it," said Dirk Paessler, founder and CEO of Paessler. "We worked diligently in the past year to make PRTG more user-friendly and to develop mobile solutions, and the response from our customer base has been substantial. Between our mobile success and high satisfaction rates, I believe our efforts in the past year have been a major accomplishment and look forward to providing even more for our dedicated users in the future."
Dirk PaesslerDirk Paessler, Founder and CEO, Paessler AG
Other highlights from the survey include:
  • Recommendation - 96 percent of respondents would be happy to recommend PRTG to a colleague, or have already done so.
  • Fast Installation - 65 percent of respondents saw exceptional value in PRTG's installation time.
  • Ease of Use - 79 percent of respondents rated PRTG's ease of use as high or very high.
  • Quality Support - Only 43 percent of respondents needed to request support, but among those that did, 87 percent found support to be helpful.
  • Reliability - 78 percent of respondents were very satisfied with PRTG's reliability.
The report was conducted from February 2014 to February 2015.
For more about PRTG Network Monitor, please visit

Monitoring Business Processes di PRTG

For most of today's companies a smoothly running IT infrastructure is essential and a critical business requirement. There is hardly any business which does not rely on IT services like email, websites, databases, or online shops within their business process portfolio.
In most cases, the IT infrastructure will be handled by people with a deep technical knowledge, the company's IT support. These people and the management need to communicate proactively all the time to ensure that the infrastructure has no critical issues, fits the business needs, and is suited for the future development of your company. Usually, the management continuously receives reports from the IT department which show recent events in the IT system of the company.
On the one hand, this approach is fine to examine the current overall status and to plan future developments, on the other hand it might be inconvenient for the management to prioritize short-term actions on actual impacts to the overall business process if one of the IT services fails. Moreover, other non-technical staff needs only to know about outages that affect their daily work (for example, if the email system stops working).

Different Devices - One Overall Status

For example, networks in general operate with a substantial margin of safety so that when a small number of devices, providers, or the like fail, it does not cause total system failure. Consider a load balancer that might fan out traffic to five switches with each operating at 60% of its rated capacity. The failure of any one switch would result in each of the remaining four switches going to 75% of its rated capacity. So one device is in an error status but the system as a whole still runs stably-it is important for the system admins to get a notification about the failure, but management or non-technical colleagues of the admin team most probably will not notice this outage of a single switch.

Assuming your company shows its current network status on a dashboard so that everyone can see if there is a system affecting issue, there is no need to show a red status icon to non-admins in this case, alerting of something that is not really of interest for them. Everything still works as expected, for example, emails still come in and go out, so a big green OK icon for the overall system status would be fine while the IT team is investigating the failed switch. A yellow status (consider it as a "warning") helps a lot because everybody can see that the systems might be a bit slower, for example, but the overall functionality is still assured.

Cumulated Real-Time View

With the capabilities of PRTG, your company's IT department is able to provide a cumulated real-time view of all the system components which are needed to ensure a working network, as well as the status of particular processes. In the case of a single failing switch, business processes like emails or online shop orders still work and so an OK status can be shown. For the non-technical staff with a surface point of view, nothing more is important-they do not need to know about any issues of internal system components which do not affect their daily work and won't be interested in the "invisible" failing switch.
But how to sum up the states of several network devices or business process stages into one overall status? And how to set the according status? The solution is included as a feature of PRTG: the Sensor Factory. You just have to add the Sensor Factory sensor to PRTG like a common sensor, provide the desired source channels, and define when it would show an alert. With this powerful tool your IT department has the ability to cumulate a summary status based on the states of "source" sensors or even with individual logical formulas.

Combining Several Business Process Steps Into One Overall Process Status

Assuming you run an online shop. Then the corresponding "business process" might be the whole process from the first visit of your shop's website until the ordered packet is delivered to the customer by your logistics partner. In order to monitor this process appropriately, you have to consider several underlying components.

  • You have to ensure the availability of your shop's webpage, suitable loading times, and a properly working web server.
  • The database of your shop has to be connected, running with an acceptable performance, and it must process requests correctly.
  • Your email server has to be able to deliver and receive emails of (potential) customers.
  • The inventory control system service has to run to ensure that every order is booked correctly. 
  • You may also check the system of your logistics partner and see via their web service how many of your packets are still on their way.

You can monitor all these single points with the according sensors, having an eye on every part of the process. But this will result in potentially dozens of fine-grained sensors. With PRTG's Sensor Factory you can combine them to get only one status for the whole course of related events: Your business process "online shop" is OK-or not.
This is what matters to the management, selling things works without any issues. Non-admins rather won't care if the buffer cache hit ratio value of the database is a little bit low-it's in the admin's interest though to have an eye on those "internal" things: PRTG's solution fits to all these different needs.

You can find a detailed technical description of this sensor type in our manual. Furthermore, we provide a step-by-step tutorial for creating a basic Sensor Factory for the "business process" email in our Knowledge Base. Just adapt this approach to your specific use cases and see the overall status of any process at a glance!

Try out PRTG for free if you don't use PRTG Network Monitor and cannot monitor your business processes so far!

Monitoring hasil dari SSH Script Anda

A few months ago, we've featured the SSH Script sensor, which allows you to use your own scripts to customize your Linux monitoring. The SSH Script Advanced sensor takes the customization potential even further as it enables you to show values returned by an executable script located on the target system in multiple channels. This really comes in handy if you want to monitor multiple processes and return the result of each process in a separate channel.

In order to set up the SSH Script Advanced sensor, select a script from the /var/prtg/scriptsxml directory on the target Linux/Unix system. Please note that the script files stored in this folder must return valid XML in order for the sensor to show the expected values. If set up correctly, the sensor can show the following:
  • Execution time, and
  • Values returned by the script in multiple channels.
The areas of application for the SSH Script Advanced sensor are virtually infinite. You can use it to monitor, for example, multiple processes of your web shop and return the results of each check in a separate channel:
  • The number of new orders in the last 24 hours,
  • The number of registered users, and
  • The number of new customer tickets.
This allows you to keep a detailed overview of your running processes—all within one sensor. If you set limits in PRTG for the monitored values, you can also set up notifications to get alerted if these values are exceeded and go into error state.
For more detailed information on the SSH Script Advanced sensor, please have a look at the PRTG manual. For deeper insights into your Linux systems also take a look at the Python Mini Probe, which enables you to run a mini probe directly on the Linux target system.

Monitor respon HTTP dari seluruh dunia

Today's business relies very much on the internet. This is true not only for vendors with big web shops, but also for companies, which present their product portfolio, or provide their services online. Downtime will actually mean revenue loss. As business is becoming more global, it isn't enough to monitor the availability of a web server from one single location—and that's where our brand-new Cloud HTTP sensor comes into play...

The Cloud HTTP sensor keeps a close eye on your web server from various locations, which are distributed over five continents around the globe. Just enter the URL the sensor should connect to. This could either be a URL leading to a webpage, for example, to measure the loading time of the page's source code. Or you could enter the URL of a page asset, for example, an image to measure its availability and loading time. Currently, all measurements are performed from the following locations:
  • Asia Pacific: Singapore
  • Asia Pacific: Sydney
  • Asia Pacific: Tokyo
  • EU Central: Frankfurt
  • EU West: Ireland
  • South America: Sao Paulo
  • US East: Northern Virginia
  • US West: Northern California
  • US West: Oregon
The sensor also shows you the global average response time. Pretty great, isn't it?
For more detailed information on the Cloud HTTP sensor, its requirements, and settings please have a look at the PRTG manual. Because this sensor type is currently in a beta status, we would really appreciate your feedback on your experience with it—just let us know! Please note that currently you can only use 5 sensors of this type at the same time.

PRTG bisa digunakan monitor apa pun ...

Our surroundings are getting more and more technical. More and more devices and objects we use do have a network connection. Theoretically you could incorporate all these things in your network monitoring. Quite a lot of PRTG users have gone beyond theory and are monitoring things you wouldn't have thought possible. What about you?

„We use PRTG to monitor the JACKPOT VALUES in our casinos. This gives us insight on how the value is build up and its hit frequency. We also use the live values to show them on our internal narrowcasting system " (Gerard Feijth, Manager ICT at Krijco Casinos & Leisure)
„At a TURKEY HATCHERY you can't leave temperature and humidity to chance. These two factors will determine how many chicks will be able to hatch in the end. All eggs are kept in incubators that draw the air they need from the rooms they are located in. These rooms we monitor with PRTG to make sure it is always warm enough for our turkey eggs." (Elisabeth Miko-Peer, Turkey Hatchery Miko)
„I came up with the idea of building a custom PRTG sensor to monitor the GAS STATIONS on my way to work. No sooner said than done! Now I check all gas stations I want on the website I set up for this purpose before I start off for work." (Manuel Wolff,
In four Calvary HOSPITALS in South Australia Ben monitors quite a lot with PRTG apart from the IT infrastructure. First of all there is the blood fridge: PRTG sends out email alerts instantly if the blood is approaching a critical temperature. Furthermore, Ben monitors the fuel levels of their back up generator as well as the dishwasher temperatures. A force gauge to tells them how full their compactus is and alerts are going to the cleaning company telling them a new bin is required. Not to mention the air conditioning systems, boiler rooms, lift counters, dry contact switches, air flow, and all of their server rooms, ... the works... (Calvary Hospitals)
Ever thought of how those delicious prawns land on your plate? How their life was? If they come from New-Caledonia maybe Yann Urbes of Indeo took care of them. He set up PRTG Network Monitor for a PRAWN FARM. PRTG monitors the water's temperature, salinity and PH value. The farmers get all pool settings in real time onto their smartphones. No matter where they are they can make sure their prawns thrive.
"The 'WEAR-A-TIE' sensor is my favorite 'secret' sensor: Our boss insists that we wear a tie, so as soon as he enters the office, a little cartoon guy on our PRTG dashboard switches from wearing a green shirt to a white shirt and a red tie. This is achieved with a custom map object where some Javascript swaps the image based on an ADO SQL sensor. This sensor actually reads the boss' presence from an Access back-end database linked to our electronic in/out board at the reception desk. So as soon as we see this little guy wearing a tie ... we open our drawer and grab our tie!" (Wim Van Haver, Sonoco Alcore)
For more than 10 years now ADITUS Ltd. from Hannover manage ENTRANCE AND CHECKOUT SYSTEMS at trade shows and other big events. Do you know Germany's big tech fair CeBIT? ADITUS managed all ticketing and entrance systems. How do they guarantee their systems don't fail? You guessed it, with PRTG Network Monitor.
The city of Grenoble in France always knows how many kids run around in the municipal KINDERGARTENS. ID cards are being scanned at the entrance and all information is then tracked in PRTG. Nice way to make sure all kids are safe, right?
Matthias Schindler is a world class PARA-CYCLING athlete who carries a PRTG Android small probe whenever he practices or takes part in a tournament. His Android small probe monitors where he is, what distance he put behind himself and how fast he went. Here is how it looks like.
A few weeks ago our CEO Dirk Paessler stumbled upon NetAtmo, a WEATHER STATION that is reasonably priced and offers almost every value that might interest you in regard to your network's environment. Being mostly used as an end customer device, NetAtmo is really easy to set up. In cooperation with PRTG Network Monitor, you could almost call it "Plug and Monitor".
MUSEUM of international renown is testing a new concept: They monitor the number of people in each exhibition room with light barriers. All data is collected in PRTG which sets off an alarm if a room is too crowded.
Van Berge Henegouwen Installaties has been focused on integrating technology onboard luxury SUPERYACHTS for more than 25 years. And on each of their yachts a PRTG installation keeps an eye on the network. Luxury yachts were not exactly what we had in mind when developing PRTG but we sure like the idea.

What about you? Are you struggling to integrate non-IT 'things' into your IT-infrastructure? Stop struggling and try PRTG Network Monitor now!
The trial version comes with full functionality and no commitment. If you love it - buy it, if not - the trial version will automatically switch to the freeware version with 100 sensors. No risk, all fun!