Monitor your entire IT infrastructure from a single-pane-of-glass and create custom alerts based on system performance. The NinjaRMM platform monitors:
Windows and Mac workstations and laptops
Network devices, including printers, firewalls, routers, and switches
Get in-depth critical insights into endpoint performance
Our patent-pending, low-footprint agent runs across Windows and Mac endpoints using native platform data acquisition techniques. You can monitor a host of information, including:
Disk and volume information and usage
Drive encryption status (BitLocker and FileVault)
Network adapters and utilization
Public and private IP address
Software and hardware inventory
Microsoft Security Center status
Windows product key
Device serial number
and many more!
Ninja is a fantastic RMM tool.
Network administrators can make managing hundreds if not thousands of machines an achievable task. It's fast, it's simple, and it just works.”
Jarom West, Director of Operations, SureTec
Finally! Efficient Network Management!
Fast access to my customer machines and machine data; excellent BIG PICTURE of my customers and their sites. I save time not having to ask customers for information, also not having to hunt for information.”
Greg Smith, IT Consultant, Cobblestone Networks
Monitor your cloud infrastructure
Our cloud engine can externally monitor all aspects of your Internet-facing infrastructure. It’s perfect for application servers and websites, with features including:
Ping latency and availability
Port compliance on inbound ports
DNS resolution with response times
HTTP GET and POST requests for website and external system monitoring
Email monitoring of sent and received emails to verify the health of email servers
Monitor and manage your network and network devices
Deploy our network management agent to monitor all printers, firewalls, routers and switches. Leveraging SNMP, NetFlow, Syslog, Traps and configuration backup, we support remotely monitoring thousands of network devices across many vendors.
Avoid alarm fatigue with maintenance mode
Selectively disable alerts and actions on devices under active maintenance – such as during a hardware upgrade or device reprovisioning – to avoid complications caused by automation, reduce alarm fatigue, and avoid erroneous tickets.