Network Mom Availability monitors your network.
Know what devices are up and what devices are down.
Ping devices with IPv4 or IPv6.
Generate email and audio alerts when devices go down. Send email alerts to a SMS gateway to receive outage pages.
Network Mom Availability aggregates outage alerts in 5-minute intervals. When large outages occur, receive one or two alerts rather than being spammed with hundreds.
Receive periodic reports of your:
1) Overall network availability
2) Network availability per hour or per day.
3) Devices with lowest and highest availability.
4) Devices with recent latency increases.
Graph the availability and latency of individual devices to help with troubleshooting.
Network Mom Availability uses an efficient monitoring implementation. In our testing, one 2013 iMac successfully monitored over 500 hosts grouped into 15 maps with less than 10% CPU utilization.
Network Mom Availability requires MacOS 10.14 Mojave.
Place your monitoring host in your NOC and enable audio alerts to improve situational awareness. Audio alerts are also aggregated, preventing continuous "audio alert spam".
Import large numbers of devices from a simple text file.
Group devices into different "maps", each with its own alerting and reporting configuration.
Configure alerts and reports "by map" rather than "by device" for simplified monitoring configuration.
Network Mom Availability is implemented by network engineers for network engineers. This is the network monitoring tool we always wanted.
Version 1.2: Changed from in-app annual purchase to one-time up-front purchase with lower price.
Version 1.3: Fixed minor display bug.
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.