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PRTG monitors your whole IT infrastructure 24/7 and alerts you to problems before users even notice. Find out more about the monitoring software that helps system administrators work smarter, faster, better.
|PRTG||Network Monitoring Software
Version 126.96.36.19983 (November 9th, 2017)
|Languages||English, German, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Dutch, Russian, Japanese, and Simplified Chinese|
|Unified Monitoring||Network devices, bandwidth, servers, applications, virtual environments, remote systems, IoT, and more|
When we say you can monitor ‘everything’,
we mean EVERYTHING!
PRTG comes packed with specialized monitoring features you’ll love learning to use.
No hidden costs, no add-ons. PRTG fits into any budget and grows with your needs.
Are you master of your network?
If not, then our videos and webinars will help you to be!
The Paessler support team offers videos and free live webinars to help you start monitoring your network. The topics cover installation and auto-discovery, setting up notifications, and background information on using remote probes in distributed networks.
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Success Stories from Our Customers
Discover companies like yours who found success with PRTG. See all our Case Studies.
There is more to Fulham FC than simply putting on a football match every other Saturday. With an IT network that is distributed across several sites, and central to the activities of more than 250 members of staff on a day to day basis, Head of IT Alex Malinov has a sizeable job on his hands. As he puts it, "In spite of having live football at its heart, Fulham FC is a 365-day-a-year organisation.
There are around 24 performances in a typical week across the National Theatre's three spaces, and the job of lighting control manager Daniel Murfin is to ensure that each of them goes according to plan. The lighting control system he oversees is underpinned by a complex network of control desks, devices and managed switches, and as Daniel puts it, "It's essential that we're able to respond quickly if equipment fails as there may be several thousand people watching a performance. Time really is of the essence."
University IT departments are charged with a lot of responsibility. They have to ensure a wide variety of services for faculty and students, they truly need to maintain 24/7 availability for critical services and they often play the role of a service provider as well. At Seattle Pacific University, Brendan McGree works as a system engineer responsible for monitoring servers, services and applications hosted both on campus and in the cloud.
How can PRTG tune your IT infrastructure
to peak performance?