It is an agentless network monitoring software from Paessler AG. It can monitor and classify system conditions like bandwidth usage or uptime and collect statistics from miscellaneous hosts as switches, routers, servers, and other devices and applications.
PRTG has a wide variety of features that make you stay ahead of IT infrastructure issues by monitoring anything, and everything in your network.
Multiple user interfaces
Full-featured web interface: based on AJAX with high-security standards, highly performant thanks to Single Page Application (SPA) technology, and optimally adjusting to your systems by its responsive design.
PRTG Desktop app: native application for PRTG, especially for several PRTG installations.
App for iOS and Android.
All user interfaces allow SSL-secured local and remote access and can be used simultaneously.
Maps and dashboards
Visualize your network using real-time maps with live status information.
Create dashboards with the PRTG map designer and integrate all your network components with more than 300 different map objects – from device and status icons to traffic charts and top lists. Individualize your map using custom HTML.
Share your map providing its unique URL on a dashboard within your company LAN only, or even outside your company.
PRTG Technical Monitoring Scope
What can PRTG monitor?
Monitoring and alerting you about uptimes and downtimes or slow servers
System health monitoring of your various hardware devices
Network device monitoring and bandwidth accounting
Monitoring virtual servers
Service level agreement (SLA) monitoring
System usage monitoring (for example, CPU load, free memory, or free disk space)
Database performance and table values monitoring
Email server monitoring and reviewing various backup solutions
Monitoring your network’s physical environment
Classifying network traffic by source or destination, as well as content
Discovering unusual, suspicious, or malicious activity with devices or users
Measuring Quality of Service (QoS) and Voice over IP (VoIP) parameters
Cloud monitoring services
Discovering and evaluating network devices
Collecting system information for various hardware types
Finding unexpected relationships between your network components to detect potential security issues and assessing the real usage of your network and hardware