Why should monitoring be used?
According to the definition provided, this is efficiency in any field. For example, in the world’s big industries, monitoring the human and industrial sector helps a lot in the positive process of the company’s activity. In this way, by carefully monitoring the performance of each department, it is possible to find the weak points and fix them.
It is also possible to find the strong points and make the most of it by investing in that part, as a point of support and a feature different from other companies. So far, we have mentioned the reason why big companies invest in this field and value it. Since the leap of technology in the world, many specialists have worked on the development of monitoring. It can be imagined that before the introduction of monitoring technology in the companies, a lot of time was spent to find the best solution when there were problems.
Preparing a complete and comprehensive report
If we expand this idea on the scale of very large industries such as: automotive and aviation industries, then we will find that monitoring has provided a great service to the rapid growth of technology in the present era. The good news is that in the field of IT, it is possible to have a complete and comprehensive report on almost every part of the network including (computers, services, servers, switching and routing equipment, etc.).
How monitoring works
The way monitoring works is that it collects information from different parts in a centralized database and informs the controlling operators in different ways, including charts, tables, text, etc. This leads to less down time in case of problems. One of the factors driving the companies towards this solution is this blackouts reduction.
If the total number of Down Time seconds of the companies is calculated in one year (including human resources costs, drop in sales, lagging behind competitors, etc.), surely all industries will set up a monitoring section at a much lower cost.