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After installing the WhaTap agent, log in WhaTap Monitoring Service. The WhaTap monitoring service provides information for smooth service provision, stable operation, and monitoring and identification of anomalies.

Server Monitoring is easy to derive the cause of failure through real-time collection. Reporting has been enhanced to improve operational convenience, and the preferred notification method can be selected.

The WhaTap server monitoring service provides the following key functions:

  • Real-time integrated monitoring

    • Real-time usage for less than 300 server resources
    • Provision of the overall server summary metrics
    • Provision of top 5 servers based on the CPU, memory, disk I/O, and IOPS usage
    • Provision of top 5 processes based on the maximum share of CPU and memory
  • ** Performance analysis**

    • Status of all collection servers
    • CPU, memory, disk, and network performance collected more than 10 cases per minute
    • Performance comparison with metrics charts between maximum of 5 servers
    • Sum of multi-process resource usage after process grouping
  • ** Event notification**

    • Email, SMS, and SNS (Telegram, Slack) transmission
    • Event occurrence by setting the event duration and threshold and the event simulation based on the past data
    • Same event notification suppression by the silent setting time registration and keyword repetition
    • Function to automatically apply to a specific server after bundling individual notifications and providing them as a policy
    • Notification of server event settings according to the restart status, communication failure duration, and resource usage
    • Notification of process event settings by the process count increase/decrease, CPU usage, and memory usage
    • Notification of event settings and event risk level settings by the file log keyword
  • ** Statistics and reports**

    • Server daily/weekly report
    • Server monthly report
  • Management

    • Role management
    • Agent deletion
    • Pre-entry of the maintenance plans