Today, more enterprises are adopting IT infrastructure monitoring tools in order to provide an efficient service and ensure product availability. Indeed, the IT infrastructure monitoring tools market will reportedly experience phenomenal growth between now and 2025.
The value of IT infrastructure monitoring tools
According to the latest market report from Persistence Market Research, the global IT infrastructure monitoring market value will increase from $19.24 billion in 2015 to $34.1 billion by 2024. Overall, this amounts to a CAGR of 6.6% during the forecast period (2016–2024).
As Persistence observes, this is due to the growing need for enhanced security and monitoring in organisations across the globe. In effect, more enterprises now recognise the importance of reducing system downtime.
The software is vital for organisations striving to avoid the financial losses associated with undetected system failures. As a result, more companies are readily adopting IT infrastructure monitoring solutions for various stages of their operations.
Adopting a solution
Zabbix offers one of these solutions, promising real scalability, high and robust performance, ease of use, and extremely low ownership costs. With this solution, enterprises can effectively monitor a wide range of IT infrastructure, services, applications, and cloud resources.
For example, Zabbix enables users to monitor any possible performance metrics and incidents in a network. From network performance to network health and configuration changes, the company’s robust monitoring solution is truly comprehensive.
Using calculated and aggregated metrics, users can also benefit from flexible data gathering. In addition to this, the auto-discovery tool automatically detects network devices and configuration changes.
Meanwhile, Zabbix creates complex logical expressions regarding the monitored statistics of network devices. By defining hysteresis, users are also able to avoid false positives and ultimately ensure flexible problem detection.
Significantly, Zabbix also allows companies to define multi-level dependencies between related network nodes. As a result, organisations can detect the root cause of any system failures and subsequently provide a better service or product.
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