Managing remote system availability
Managing remote system availability is a critical and often a difficult process. Webyfy has come out with technology which can monitor 1000 status information with just 1 Kb of data being sent. This has very little processing load at both ends and the periodicity can be managed.
Integrated managing of remote installations is the need of the hour for many businesses having multiple installations spread across geographical area. In such cases, understanding the availability of the remote system in real time is critical. Once the system is down, the command center which monitors the remote location loses touch with the respective location and hence will be blacked out from the location. Many a times, it so happens that the Command center may not even know that the location is down unless the operator looks for it.
Constant monitoring of thousands of locations simultaneously is a difficult task. It sucks up significant bandwidth and processing power when conventional methods are utilized. Many a times, it may be necessary to know the status of multiple sub systems in a specific location to have a complete picture of the operational status.
Sending heart beats is the usual method of understating the live status of the system. The periodicity is altered to suit the application environment. However, this method becomes cumbersome when multiple subsystems need to be monitored. In addition, the processing requirement increases at the server at the command center.
Webyfy has emerged with a technology which can monitor 1000 status information with just 1 Kb of data being sent. This has very little processing load at both ends and the periodicity can be adjusted to suit the need.
This technology is extremely useful when monitoring hundreds of parameters simultaneously from hundreds of locations.