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Hardware Monitoring

Hardware Monitoring

Take the monitoring of your IT infrastructure to the next level of excellence


Hardware Monitoring provides powerful resources to monitor multi-vendor server hardware. In large and heterogeneous environments, the solution detects the hardware components of almost all types of devices – physical, virtual and blade servers, SAN switches, tape libraries, and so on. Valuable health-related metrics are automatically integrated to your BMC framework to help rapidly detect and resolve IT problems before they impact critical systems.

Hardware Monitoring

At a glance

  • Solution Brochure

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  • Technical Datasheet

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Hardware Monitoring

Meet the Experts

Christopher Pugh, expert in monitoring solutions and consultant for Sentry Software, explains the differences, benefits and disadvantages of both active and passive solutions for monitoring your datacenter. Watch the video - 5:20
Comprehensive and Centralized Dashboard

Get All You Need in a Comprehensive and Centralized Dashboard

  • Unmatched visibility on hardware, virtualization and storage systems
  • Complex and heterogeneous IT infrastructures inventory
  • Hardware failures and poor performance detection
  • Unified real-time monitoring dashboard

Leverage a Powerful and Easy-to-use Monitoring Solution

  • Deployment effort reduced to a minimum
  • Instant visibility of the status of critical indicators
  • Reliable thresholds-based notifications
  • Full range of high-performance monitoring features
A Powerful and Easy-to-use Monitoring Solution
Be the First to Know

Be the First to Know

  • Early hardware failures and performance problems detection
  • Baseline value definitions for every critical hardware components
  • Constant in-depth visibility into usage of server resources
  • Effective reports on performance and power consumption

Make Better and Faster Decision

  • Consolidated graphs and reports for a better end-to-end visibility
  • Useful recommendations for faster technical problem resolution
  • Detailed information about faulty components to facilitate replacement
Make Better and Faster Decision

Meet John, The IT Manager

Find out why free vendor-specific monitoring solutions are not so free

Watch the video - 2:58
Hardware Monitoring

Key Benefits


Discover all of the internal components of servers, disk arrays, fiber switches and tape libraries.


Monitor the hardware of your heterogeneous infrastructure into one single console.


Get detailed information about each monitored component (vendor, model, serial number, part number, FRU number, location in the chassis, etc.).


Generate reports to know the capacity of the monitored system or the actual power consumption for all servers and storage devices.

Hardware Monitoring

Monitored Components

Critical Devices

  • Processors
  • Memory Modules
  • Network Ports


  • Controllers
  • Physical Disks
  • Logical Disks
  • LUNs


  • Temperature Sensors
  • Fans
  • Power Supplies
  • Voltage Sensors
  • LEDs
Hardware Monitoring

Supported Platforms

Our Hardware Monitoring solution supports the following vendors running the major Operating Systems (Windows, Linux, VMware, Solaris, etc.)
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Hardware Monitoring

Customer Testimonials

The components inventory & reporting recently got me brownie points from my boss!

Our IT team can now rapidly determine where the deficiencies and performance issues are across our hardware assets and help the CEO make educated decisions about future investments

Hardware Monitoring helped me improve the way I manage the hardware health of my infrastructure and helped me take incremental steps towards the objectives of my Business Service Management strategy.

I am now able to better manage my electricity demand. Hardware Monitoring is the only solution on the market, able to report on the power consumption of all my servers and storage devices, including those that are not instrumented to report their power consumption.