MaaS (Monitoring as a Service)Octarine Cloud
Octarine Cloud has partnered up with Kaseya to bring you the ultimate tool in the Next Gen RMM Software. With Kaseya’s VSA (Virtual System Admin) you’ll have the world’s fastest remote control, powerful discovery, reliable patch management, and a host of monitoring and security tools all in one complete easy to use RMM solution.
Kaseya VSA was built to solve the problems that mean the most to you – delivering better service and improving your team’s efficiency. With Octarine Cloud’s certified professionals Deploying, Configuring and Managing your services leveraging one of the most efficient RMM tools in the market, we’re sure you’ll find the solution you’re looking for!
- Patch Management
- Audit & Inventory
Security through Unification and Standardization
IT Professionals know that when their network is at risk, the organization is at risk. Most IT Professionals spend unnecessary cycles trying to apply the same patch policy across complex networks that span multiple locations, include multiple domains, traverse multiple firewalls, and include remote and home users. They need different tools for different reasons and suffer from a tremendous amount of work trying to aggregate results to see vulnerability.
We provide real-time visibility to the patch status of your complete responsibility, including on-and-off network devices. Software Management is powered by policies to ensure we automate software maintenance across platforms, and easily address the complexities of patch deployment.
Audit & Inventory
Get the Power of Network Audit & Inventory
Having good data at your fingertips means that you can make better decisions, give better answers, and have a better understanding of the current state of your endpoints. We can grab every piece of useful data from your managed machines.
Leveraging VSA’s Network Audit and Inventory, knowing and tracking every system and software detail becomes simple, efficient, and reliable no matter where your machines are located.
- Discover, install, and audit new systems that enter the network
- Deploy system configuration templates and standards
- Log any hardware, software, or system changes
- Be alerted when changes are made to individual systems
- Report on current hardware and software statistics
With Audit, you can schedule machine audits in any way that you see fit. With clear status reporting you can see when the last audit was completed, when the next one is scheduled, and when you last did a baseline audit for your machines. Find everything in one place.
- View complete computer summary on one screen
- Pinpoint failures by manufacturer and model
- Review changes against the baseline
- User defined reports
- E-mail notification
- Export to HTML, Excel or Word
Get Visibility into Network Performance Problems
Monitor Windows, VMware, Linux, Cisco IOS and 20 other operating systems covering a wide range of networking devices, web, database and email servers, log files and Windows performance counters.
Agentless monitoring platform integrated directly into the Management Conole which can be used to monitor all aspects of network connected devices including servers, hypervisors, routers, switches and firewalls.
We also provide agent based management for endpoints/VMs that require additional monitoring and automation capabilities. Our RMM experts can customize monitor sets tailored according to your monitoring needs. Monitoring machine’s resources like CPU, RAM and Disk utilization and setting thresholds to generate an email alert as soon the threshold is met or exceeded.
- Reporting elements include charts, data tables, toplists and more.
- Reports can be scheduled to be generated and delivered by e-mail to specific operators or automatically published in local or remote folders via file transfer
- Network Monitoring includes a set of pre-configured reports.
The toplist function delivers key metrics on all monitored resources in your network. The toplists can answer questions such as:
- What machines are using most CPU on average this month and how does it compare to last month?
- What machines have the least available disc capacity and how fast are the amounts of free disc space declining?
- What machines in the network transfer most data over the network during a day, week or month?