Whether you have a single server running multiple sites or hundreds of sites across multiple different Windows and Linux boxes, running thousands of websites, managing those sites and servers, and keeping it all running smoothly is a breeze.
Along with providing users with the tools they need to keep their businesses running, SmarterStats gives system administrators their own sets of tools that can help optimize performance and keep users happy.Try for FreeBuy Now
As a system administrator, SmarterStats gives you a high-level overview of the traffic being generated to the various web servers you manage. In addition, it’s possible to drill down into each server and see which sites are generating the traffic, making it easy to plan migrations of higher-volume sites to their own servers or VMs, not to mention finding sites that may be causing issues for other customers.
SmarterStats can read logs in a variety of formats. That includes the ability to process IIS or Apache logs, logs that are compressed (e.g., .ZIP or .GZ format), rotating logs and more. In addition, SmarterStats was built so that logs can be stored and accessed locally or remotely through FTP/FTPs, UNC and SAMBA shares.
In addition to knowing the traffic affecting web servers, it’s also necessary to keep tabs on the servers themselves. SmarterStats also gives system administrators the ability to see things like how many sites are on each server, the memory usage levels on each server, which sites are utilizing the most memory and more. This information means administrators can see potential troublesome sites and take action to prevent other sites on the server from slowing down.
SmarterStats supports multiple log file types, including IIS and Apache and allows access to those log files locally or remotely through FTP, UNC, SAMBA or remote service. SmarterStats can auto-detect log file types on a per-site basis and supports rotating logs to help conserve disk space.
SmarterStats incorporates a compression scheme that reduces the amount of raw log files stored on a web server. In a nutshell, SmarterStats takes traditional web server log files and segregates redundant data, turning log file data into an optimized file-based relational database. This already reduces log file sizes up to 80%, but SmarterStats further compresses these “SmarterLogs”, adding another 5-10% reduction in the size. This saves space as well as improves performance.
SmarterStats' web-based interface allows users to access their business analytics from anywhere. Since SmarterStats is optimized for tablets and smartphones, it's fast and easy to navigate to the reports and tools users need, when they need them. Marketers and managers can view their reports, and system administrators can manage domains, from anywhere at any time.