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Basics of Sitescope and Sitescope Different Features in Brief

Once you install the Sitescope you will be given a url which is called localhost: 8080/Sitescope.

Launch the application in the browser. You will see the Sitescope application as shown in the following image.



I will explain briefly on different options that are available in Sitescope.

We have mainly Monitors, Remote Servers, Templates, Preferences, Server Statistics, Tools.

Monitors: In Monitor tab we mainly do adding different monitors For example adding CPU, Memory etc.

Remote Servers: In remote servers tab we add  the servers to the Sitescope for example, if you want to monitor a Linux server first we need to add that server and then we can add the different monitors like CPU.

Templates: We can group a couple of monitors in a template and save it as a template. We have mainly user defined templates and predefined solution templates. We can create our own templates in order to meet our requirements.

Preferences: This is mainly for Sitescope settings. In this section we can create the users, log settings and email settings etc.

Server Statics: In this section you can see different type of log statics and number of monitors running on this Sitescope etc.

Tools: Sitescope has given a set of very useful tools. Some of them are Microsoft Windows Media player tool, Database Connection Tool, Network Status Tool and Ping Tool etc.

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