New Memory Management System just added to The Guardian. The Guardian has been developed to give the IT industry an application that will reside on the PC or Server and guard against prolonged application and network failures. This is done by monitoring applications and network connections on the Server or PC. There are many ways The Guardian can be configured to respond to failures. The Guardian can take action when a failure exists. It can restart the application, reboot the Server or PC, or initiate a command line programmed by you the user. The Guardian can also be configured to alert in many different ways. Upon a failure The Guardian has the ability to provide, audio, multiple visual, and e-mail alerts.
The Guardian has the ability to IP Ping other connections and alert when the connections fail. There are many times when two or three Servers are running applications that are critical and related to one another. The Guardian can be programmed to IP Ping these other Servers and ensure that the network connections are up and running. If they are not, notifications can be sent via e-mail, audio, or visually to alert of the condition.
The Guardian comes with many powerful tools for diagnostic purposes. These tools can show executables running, executables running with associated processes, on-line monitoring of The Guardians's activities, Server Information such as hardware, bios, etc., and real-time log of events.
Any Server or PC running critical programs should have The Guardian installed. This application can save time and money by restarting failed processes or alerting people when the processes have failed. The Guardian is a must in an industry running multiple Servers and applications.