Apache Tomcat is one of the leading JavaEE application servers in the market and a popular choice for customers for deploying their application. Monitoring of performance and availability is key to an effective application performance management strategy.
“The simplicity introduced with rolekit and cockpit have made server deployments a breeze. What took me a few days on other operating systems took less than an hour with Fedora 26 Server. It just works.” Dan Mossor, Systems Engineer
This post is part 1 of a 3-part series on monitoring the health and performance of the Windows operating system. Part 2 details how to monitor Windows Server 2012 natively with a variety of tools, and Part 3 explains how to monitor Windows with Datadog. For an in-depth webinar and Q&A session based on this series, check out this slide deck and video.
Blade or Standard Servers for virtualization is a topic of discussion which has been around from the past few years in enterprise IT world. But factually speaking, there are no definitive answers from any of the so-called experts. In order to understand this further, an unbiased analysis of the two technologies is very much needed.
A dedicated server gives you the ultimate in control, power and security. With your own server, there'll be no more noisy neighbors disrupting your website performance. You'll have access to all the server resources and horsepower you need for your website. Plus, with our dedicated server experts managing and monitoring the performance of your server 24x7, you can focus on your business.
The Source Dedicated Server or SRCDS is a tool that runs the server component of a Source game without the client component. In other words, it simulates the game without drawing it. SRCDS is chiefly used by server providers who want to serve up as many games from the same computer as they can.
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