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Pro.Monitor is composed by a server with an internal database, holding the monitoring configuration
The server integrates a monitoring engine executing monitors, for checking systems in real time.
An embedded monitoring library provides default profiles, helping to configure and customize the monitoring
An embedded web server is used for the user interface and can be reached via a web browser
By default, Pro.Monitor is standalone, but it can also be used in a
mode, with several agents and a central server.
In order to cope with scalability and network constraints, Pro.Monitor server can be configured to work with a grid of agents
One instance can be configured as central server and several instances can be set as agents
The server will control the configuration and dispatch workloads to agents
Agents can be used to improve resilience, increase processing power or access to systems within an isolated network.
Communication between server and agents will always be initiated by the agents, allowing to cope with security constraints when the server is not located in the same network than the systems
In this scenario, communication between agents and server will always be initiated by the agents, allowing to host the server in a public network while keeping the agent in a private one.
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