Anfibia Reactor 4.0
Anfibia Reactor is a fast web-based server monitoring solution.
Anfibia Reactor monitors cpu, memory, battery, hard drives and makes sure network connections are working, checks databases, restarts services and much more.
Continuous monitoring enables you to learn about problems and resolve them before they become too serious. Be notified when a hard drive shows signs of a possible malfunction, or when a server connection is down, for example.
Anfibia Reactor is a server monitoring solution that:
-runs on your own server, meaning you have full control over your private data, setup and configuration
-is web-based, meaning it is accessible to you via a web browser from any computer, and iPhone
-is amazingly easy to install and use
-very low memory and cpu consumption
-works on Windows XP, 2003, Vista, 2008 and Windows 7 works on 32bit and 64bit systems
-works on servers and workstations
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