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Atera

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Atera is a cloud-based end-to-end IT management software solution geared to small to midsize businesses in the IT sector. It includes functionality for time tracking, expense tracking, billing and invoicing, help desk and knowledg...Read more about Atera

Site24x7

Site24x7 is a cloud-based website and server monitoring platform that helps small to large size businesses monitor websites, servers, clouds, networks, applications and real-time users. The platform enables users to derive insight...Read more about Site24x7

4.54 (56 reviews)

New Relic

New Relic One is a cloud-based network monitoring and observability platform designed to help businesses analyze, optimize and troubleshoot software stack. Features include real-time alerts, serverless monitoring, incident managem...Read more about New Relic

Pulseway

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Pulseway is an integrated IT assets and network monitoring solution designed for IT administrators to remotely monitor and control their business IT resources. The solution supports multi-deployment architecture, allowing the user...Read more about Pulseway

NinjaOne

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NinjaOne (formerly NinjaRMM) is the leading unified IT operations solution that simplifies the way IT teams work. With NinjaOne, IT teams can manage all their endpoints and support end-users within one fast, modern, intuitive plat...Read more about NinjaOne

ManageEngine PAM360

PAM360 is a web-based privileged access management (PAM) solution that defends enterprises against privilege misuse by regulating access to sensitive company information. Through powerful privileged access governance, smoother wor...Read more about ManageEngine PAM360

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SoftActivity Monitor

SoftActivity Monitor is a cloud-based employee monitoring solution that helps businesses track staff activities to protect enterprise systems from internal threats. Key features include internet usage monitoring, screen activity r...Read more about SoftActivity Monitor

4.59 (66 reviews)

ManageEngine OpManager

ManageEngine OpManager is a network management solution that includes network and server monitoring, bandwidth analysis, configuration management and fault management. The solution is suitable for businesses of all sizes. OpM...Read more about ManageEngine OpManager

4.64 (61 reviews)

Plesk

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Plesk is a WebOps and hosting platform with tools to build and manage multiple sites from one centralized dashboard. It can be used by developers, infrastructure providers, IT admins, content managers, and digital agencies. The pl...Read more about Plesk

N-sight

N-able N-sight RMM offers a comprehensive set of tools to secure, maintain, and improve IT operations across client networks of all complexities and sizes. Trusted by over 25,000 MSPs globally, N-able N-sight RMM offers powerful p...Read more about N-sight

4.36 (72 reviews)

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Scalyr

Scalyr offers cloud-based log management and server monitoring for engineering, DevOps teams, sysadmins and technology officers. Scalyr’s dashboard allows users to view servers, process metrics and web traffic. Users can cust...Read more about Scalyr

4.47 (15 reviews)

DymaxIO

DymaxIO is an application performance management tool designed to help businesses maximize I/O throughput by identifying and deploying performance enhancement technologies across individual systems and applications. The artificial...Read more about DymaxIO

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RunCloud

RunCloud is a web-based server management solution designed to help businesses configure cloud servers and create and manage PHP websites or applications. Features include atomic deployment, IP whitelisting, site authentication, d...Read more about RunCloud

3.00 (1 reviews)

cPanel & WHM

cPanel & WHM is a server management software that helps small and medium enterprises, developers, business leaders and partners manage websites and web servers. It enables teams to create domains, launch email networks and backup ...Read more about cPanel & WHM

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VirtualMetric

VirtualMetric is an all-in-one infrastructure monitoring and reporting solution that combines advanced IT management tools with agentless monitoring to track the performance and reliability of all aspects within any IT infrastruct...Read more about VirtualMetric

5.00 (1 reviews)

Datadog

Datadog is the monitoring, security and analytics platform for developers, IT operations teams, security engineers and business users in the cloud age. Datadog's SaaS platform integrates and automates infrastructure monitoring, ...Read more about Datadog

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Airbrake

Airbrake is a cloud-based error and bug reporting solution that caters to development teams in small and midsize organizations. The features of this solution include backlog management, filtering, ticket management, issue tracking...Read more about Airbrake

4.70 (30 reviews)

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AppDynamics

AppDynamics is an AI-powered application performance management (APM) platform that provides businesses with complete observability over the performance of their IT infrastructure. Unifying full-stack performance monitoring, AppDy...Read more about AppDynamics

4.56 (27 reviews)

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LogicMonitor

LogicMonitor’s SaaS-based observability and IT operations data collaboration platform helps ITOps, developers, MSPs and business leaders gain visibility into and predictability across the technologies that modern organizations dep...Read more about LogicMonitor

4.75 (71 reviews)

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BlazeMeter

BlazeMeter is a load testing solution designed to help businesses create and run functional, performance and API tests on a unified platform. The open-source application offers a reporting and analytics tool, which allows IT profe...Read more about BlazeMeter

4.44 (16 reviews)

Buyers Guide

Last Updated: July 31, 2022

If your business draws a major chunk of its revenue from online channels, things are looking up for you! If you're yet to tap into online channels, it's time you did.

The number of people buying goods and services online is expected to exceed 2 billion by 2021. This expanded pool presents an opportunity for you to multiply your customer base and enter new markets. But, increased online sales bring something else with it: lots of traffic, which can slow down your website, clog your client communications, and cripple order processing.

So, while you wouldn't want to prune this traffic, you'll need to ensure that your servers don't get inundated. This is what server management software helps with.

This Buyers Guide covers the details you need to keep in mind when making a purchase decision.

Here's what we'll cover:

What is server management software?

Server management software is used by IT system administrators to monitor and optimize the performance and overall health of servers. The tool also provides a centralized repository for tracking records of past server outages and event logs.

Dashboard for monitoring server health in ManageEngine (Source)

Common features of server management software

The features of a server management solution are geared toward letting users monitor servers and identify issues that affect their performance.

Here's a quick look at the common features:

Monitoring

Track your servers that host cloud services or provision virtual machines using a single tool. Understand performance details such as CPU/memory utilization, temperature, and power supply status.

Capacity planning

Analyze graphs to understand server usage trends and plan resources to handle changing server requirements.

Log management

Create a repository of server logs, such as records of page requests on a web server, and analyze them to identify trends or recurring issues.

Alerts

Receive notifications via email or SMS for server issues, such as website traffic overloads, system crash, and unauthorized access.

What type of buyer are you?

Server management software buyers can be largely categorized into two groups based on their IT requirements.

  • Companies that mostly outsource IT-related functions: These businesses outsource the majority of their IT functions to managed service providers (MSPs) or provision services from cloud vendors such as Amazon and Microsoft. They typically handle only a few business-critical functions in-house, for which they manage a small number of servers. In such cases, all they need is a stand-alone tool with streamlined capabilities for server monitoring.
  • Companies that handle most IT-related functions in-house: These businesses often have dedicated in-house teams to handle their IT infrastructure management needs, which go beyond server monitoring and management. They need additional software modules for handling a range of processes such as network monitoring and patch management.

Benefits of server management software

In the above sections we've briefly touched upon the benefits of using server management software. Here, we'll examine the benefits more closely.

  • Time savings: The features in server management solutions can drastically reduce the time required by your IT staff to monitor server issues and build summary reports. For instance, theses solutions offer pre-built templates for monitoring different applications and reporting dashboards to view the performance of different servers in a central location.
  • Enhanced security and stability: A server failure can be the result of external factors, such as cyberattacks, or internal issues, such as overheating CPUs. These incidents can not only cause your business a great deal of embarrassment but also lead to costly lawsuits. With server management software, you can mitigate such failures by continuously monitoring servers for suspicious logs, status of firewalls, and even the physical health of the equipment.

Note: The applications selected in this article are examples to show a feature in context and are not intended as endorsements or recommendations. They have been obtained from sources believed to be reliable at the time of publication.