Real-time access to log data can help IT admins to quickly identify problems and solve them. The example that Paglo CTO Chris Waters showed me was detecting a user who is trying to brute force their way through a login, by using a dictionary attack on the password. Through … Read more
Paglo has been steadily building out its feature set as a Web 2.0-style solution to IT management. The latest improvements to hit the service include support for monitoring virtual machines, as well as patch management. Being able to monitor both physical and virtual machines from the same cohesive interface like this is really killer and the new patch management system is sure to ease some headaches during upgrades.
Paglo also seems firmly set on a price point of $1 per device monitored, per month. This seems like a good pricing strategy, but I would like to see Paglo adopt … Read more
Basically, NetFlow allows IT administrators to see a detailed view of traffic patterns by protocol. You are able to see who is using the bandwidth on your network in order to better understand why the network is congested. This can be a very powerful tool for IT administrators, and it adds another notch of value to Paglo's Web 2.0 IT product, which I've endorsed in the past.
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Paglo is launching the public beta of their service today. Currently, Paglo … Read more
The Web 2.0 style IT management tool, Paglo launched in beta on Monday.
Paglo is essentially an IT search engine that indexes a ton of information about the network you are managing. For example, if you are concerned about how many copies of Microsoft Office are installed on computers at your company and want to make sure that you are complying with your license, Paglo allows you to view that statistic in real time.
There are three key elements to Paglo: the Crawler, Search Index, and UI. If you are a network administrator, for example, you install the Paglo … Read more