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Title: Event monitoring in a small and business enterprise
Author: Quaresma, Nuno
Almeida, Fernando
Miranda, Vasco
Baixinha, António
Keywords: Monitorização TI
Redes de computadores
Administração de sistemas
Issue Date: 31-Dec-2014
Publisher: Edições ISPGaya
Citation: Quaresma, Miranda,Queirós e Baixinha
Abstract: This paper presents an overview of the role and responsibilities of the system administrator, focusing on the need to monitor its technological infrastructure. The informatics infrastructure monitoring is, nowadays without a doubt, one of the main key points in business support. Large enterprises are no longer the only ones to feel the need to use these monitoring tools, but small and medium-sized enterprises, which also have IT environments of an increasing complexity, feel such a need. This results directly from the operation of how the business is supported on IT platforms as support for people and processes. When a system, which is vital to the organization, fails either at the hardware or software level, compromises the operating capacity and consequently the business continuity. Having this always in mind, it is extremely important to adopt monitoring systems that proactively or reactively, reduce the overall time of breaks caused by failures. A monitoring system is the way to ensure confidence in all components and the operational readiness of IT infrastructure.
Peer review: yes
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