Data Source Integrations
Without the need to deploy additional agents, the Netuitive integration platform leverages and improves your existing monitoring investments as well as any custom data sources that exist in your increasingly virtualized and distributed infrastructure.
Custom Integrations with Integration Studio
Many critical enterprise applications involve a high degree of customization. For these applications, Netuitive offers Integration Studio, which is a set of tools that enables the end-user developer to create templates and write adapters for integrating third-party data into Netuitive. The toolset will include APIs and Java SDK for adapter development, UI/portal development, security integrations and CMDB integrations. APIs and report samples are also included to facilitate custom report writing for end-users. For more details see the features page.
For integrations to existing commercial monitoring solutions, Netuitive provides many Adapters built to facilitate real-time data collection and a set of best-practice Templates that use both expert knowledge and statistical techniques to determine which metrics are the best candidates to characterize statistical behavior of managed elements such as servers, virtual machines, clusters, transactions and so on. The table and descriptions below illustrate just a partial list of standard integrations already available for Netuitive, as well as what key IT infrastructure or application components they monitor. Together, the integrations give you the capability to add predictive analytics to monitor applications and services from an end-to-end perspective, as well as all of the underlying individual key components.
Servers – understand server health and workload based on key performance indicators (KPIs) like CPU, Disk and Memory from the most commonly used Operating Systems (OS) like Unix and Windows. Support is also included for AS400 and OpenVMS.
Network – monitor the performance of network devices like routers, switches and ports as well as other network health indicators like pings and SNMP traps.
Storage – monitor the capacity and performance of enterprise storage in aggregate, as well as physical and virtual storage devices, including I/O metrics.
Virtualization Resources – monitor specialized KPIs and attributes for physical and virtual resources in virtualization environments including virtual machines, hosts, clusters, and resource pools.
Applications & App Servers – integrate and monitor various aspects of application infrastructure including:
- Popular application servers (Weblogic, WebSphere, Tomcat, etc.)
- Packaged applications (MS Exchange, Active Directory, Oracle Sieble, etc.)
- Configuration Mnagement Databases (CMDBs)
Transactions and User Experience – leverages tools that monitor transaction and end-user experience health by analyzing transaction volumes, errors and web application response times from a hop-to-hop and end-to-end perspective to isolate in the underlying application infrastructure.
Databases – track the performance and health of the most popular relational databases (Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, IBM DB2, Sybase, Informix, etc.).
Web Servers – monitor the web facing tier of your infrastructure by monitoring the performance of web servers (IIS, Apache).
|Integrations||Servers (OS)||Network||Storage||Virtualization Resources||Applications & App Servers||Transactions & User Experience||Databases||Web Servers|
*Note: the table above is only a sample intended to outline Netuitive’s general product direction. It is for information purposes only and does not imply any commitment on behalf of Netuitive regarding future integrations or currency to latest versions of 3rd party products. The development, release, and timing of any integrations described in this table is still subject to change. Please contact Netuitive for more information.