Collection & Configuration
of your ServiceNav monitoring tool

Collect without limit. Effortlessly set up. Start monitoring in 15 minutes.

deliver
deliver

Deliver on
your IT promise

ServiceNav adapts to your technical and business context, and boosts the growth of your business
Your monitoring tool must be able to maintain operational conditions in complex environments and evolve at the same pace. Unlike some tools, ServiceNav is fully scalable, with a single (SaaS) platform to monitor tens of thousands of servers. This means you can maintain control of even the largest environments without having to segment your management efforts across multiple tools. And your service catalog evolves with each release of the platform to give you more and more data to collect.

Collection

A ready-to-use catalogue of more than 1500 service templates

Ever-expanding service models to bring you visibility into your infrastructure, no matter how complex, with a single tool.

The supervision catalogue defines the scope of the elements of the information system that can be supervised. The supervision catalogue is shared and is constantly enriched with new features.
Conventional technologies : Network, storage, servers, OS
Software applications : databases, applications, middleware
Cloud Technologies IaaS/PaaS, Microsoft Azure AWS, ...
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Our partnerships
technologies

Since the creation of ServiceNav, innovation and partnerships have always been at the heart of our development strategy

Our catalogue covers the most important technology partners in the IT world. The acceleration of the solutions pushes us to propose with each update new possibilities of data collection.

The possibilities of extensibility and openness are almost infinite thanks to the genericity of the models and to technological partnerships.

ServiceNav,
the scalable
solution

Do you have your own Nagios-compatible collection programs? Keep your developments: without a single line of code, you can integrate them into the ServiceNav platform.

Configuration

Discovery border

Simplify
the discovery of
IT components

  • Automatic discovery of IT components and application of ServiceNav or specific templates.
  • Agentless" collection, via API reading and hardware and software feedback,  without impact on the supervised resources, flexible and secure, close to the supervised objects.
  • Easy migration - mass creation by integrating data files in standard formats.

An up-to-date configuration
with the ServiceNav API.

Creation of virtual machines on the fly, DevOps culture, IT containerization ... you operate in a highly dynamic context?

With the ServiceNav API Web Services, you meet the crucial challenge of always up-to-date monitoring: creation, modification and deletion of components, automation of maintenance. With the help of our consultants and partners, benefit from feedback from production and save time!
Integrations v3

Documentation

Commissioning of a ServiceNav Box

Replace a ServiceNav Box Ubuntu 16.04 with a ServiceNav Box 4.17 Ubuntu 20.04

Setting up a proxy on a ServiceNav Box

Set up notifications to Microsoft Teams

Configure Exim emailing with Microsoft Office365

Global-Api-Value & Global-Api-Status

Import and update in bulk

Configure IBM AS/400 monitoring requirements

sFlow: Prerequisites and configuration

Integrating a Datametrie (IP-Label) scenario in ServiceNav

Top Lists

How to monitor an Azure environment

Amazon Web Service monitoring

AWS rights required for monitoring

Configure a ServiceNav Box to use a mail server with authentication

Ensure and maintain the availability of its ServiceNav Box fleet

Using the Global-Plugin-Execution service model

Ensure the PRA of a ServiceNav Box

NetFlow: Prerequisites and configuration

Azure and Office 365 plugins requirements

Using PowerShell generic templates - GLOBAL-PS-Values

Exchange 2013: best practices for monitoring

Replace a ServiceNav Box Ubuntu 12.04 with a ServiceNav Box 4.0 Ubuntu 16.04

NetFlow, Device Configuration

Monitor Azure metrics via APIs

Office365-Generic: monitor your Office 365 subscription via APIs

Configure Veeam job monitoring

Configuring WinRM to query a Windows device

How to use our NetworkAnalysis-sFlow service model

Monitoring your network - Best practices

Configure the box to receive traps

How to use our NetworkAnalysis-NetFlow service model

Create a Trap definition file

Use the generic service model GLOBAL-SNMP-OID

Creating a service template from the generic check_snmp_operation plugin

Import a ServiceNav Box into Microsoft Azure

Import a ServiceNav Box into Amazon Web Services - AWS

Nutanix: Best Practices

Citrix 7.x Best Practices

How to monitor an Oracle database from an Ubuntu 16.04 ServiceNav Box?

How do I monitor a 3PAR array?

How to Configure SNMP on Novell SuSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) 11

Configuring a shared box

Adapting models: creating a unitary service model

How to configure SNMPv3 on Ubuntu 12.04

How Nagios thresholds work

How to configure snmp v1 on IBM AIX

How to monitor a storwize array

Define the notification policy for unitary services

Define a contact group

How to supervise a Citrix server?

How to monitor the Datacore SANsymphony-V solution?

How to monitor a Lotus Notes / Domino server

Create companies and sites

Notification contact configuration

Deployment of monitoring with a ServiceNav Box

Optimize multi-site and multi-client configuration: inheritance and visibility rules

Replacement of a ServiceNav Box

Define the notification policy for a device

Manually add a ServiceNav device

Expand the disk space of a ServiceNav Box

Manually add a ServiceNav unit service

Setting up the notification

Use of labels

Configure authentication on an LDAP directory

User management

Set up a time slot

Conducting a census

Configuration of the supervision accounts

How to monitor an Apache server?

How do I monitor VMware?

How to configure SNMP on an AS/400 ?

Configure monitoring requirements on Windows devices

How to configure the SNMP service on an alcatel switch?

Create a VMware user for monitoring

How do I configure SNMP for a UCOPIA WiFi controller?

How to monitor an Oracle database?

Installing ServiceNav Agent

Understand the concepts of the application

Configure the inventory functionality

Configure the supervision of an MS SQL Server database

Configuring the Linux prerequisites

Monitor Azure metrics via APIs

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