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Real-Time Application Monitoring

HQ monitoring is automatic, ready-to-use, and easy-to-tailor.

Hyperic HQ monitoring enables rapid implementation and significant configurability, in that order. Getting up and running is painless—Hyperic HQ starts collecting metrics as soon as you import your auto-discovered resources to inventory. HQ's default metric collection provides immediate visibility into availability, performance, utilization, and throughput.

When and if you need to, you can implement your own metric collection strategy from the HQ user interface. Based on the nature of your applications and your service level requirements, you can choose what metrics to collect and how frequently to collect them.


Have it your way: You can view performance and availability results from multiple perspectives. Depending on your role and responsibility, you can view and analyze metric data for an individual resource, a group of resources, or at the application level. The HQ Dashboard provides a single-pane view into operations health and well-being. You can tailor the Dashboard, by user or by role, to provide constant visibility into important resources and potential problems.

Alert and respond: HQ metric collection is the foundation for automated alerting and action. You can set alerts for individual resources, groups of resources, resources of the same type, and at the application level. Based on the type and severity of the condition that triggers an alert, you can kick off a variety of automatic responses, for instance, an email notification, a server restart, or a message to your ticketing system.

Analyze and correlate: HQ provides multiple views and tools for monitoring and analyzing performance and availability. The metric collection choices you make are reflected in the tabular and chart views that are automatically presented in the HQ user interface. You can adjust chart views on-the-fly to correlate multiple metrics, and understand relationships and ripple effects.