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FW: Do you know your Server Performance and Availability ?

From: Robertson Lee - lerobe <>
Date: Thu, 11 Jul 2002 00:53:22 -0800
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Anyone else get this ???

Yet another mail I did not ask for ...Grrrrrrrr

-----Original Message-----
Sent: 10 July 2002 21:51

Dear Lee,

I am contacting you to provide you with information about a unique systems management tool which is being received with great interest by system administrators all over the world. Some of our customers include system administrators at Siemens, Verizon, Sun Microsystems, Bank of Montreal and others.

up.time v1.4 is an easy-to-use, easy-to-install, low-cost, yet powerful multi-platform server performance and availability monitoring system, which enables rapid:

A free 7 day evaluation copy of up.time can be found at .

up.time v1.4 offers not only system-level performance monitoring (i.e.CPU, Memory, Disk (including VERITAS stats), Network, Process etc.) , but also system services availability monitoring with performance trends and availability statistics for: DNS, FTP, NFS, HTTP, Mail (POP, IMAP), SMTP and many other customizable critical services which give system managers useful metrics for managing service availability.

up.time is built using key design tenets including: ease-of-use, ease-of-installation, ease-of-access, short learning curve and low-cost affordability. up.time provides fast access to accurate system and application performance information, anytime, anywhere through a Web browser interface allowing you to:

up.time installs in about 45 minutes, and begins collecting performance data immediately. It's easy to use and low priced so it's affordable for even those IT sys admin groups who have constrained capital budgets.

If you're having problems that up.time might help you solve, or if you've got an active project to evaluate and implement tools like I've described, please feel free to call us so that we can assist you further.

Best regards.

Jeff Bundy
spyn inc.

office: 416-594-4615
cell: 416-523-4116

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