Multiple Event Notifications
With more and more services running in the cloud, monitoring becomes more important than ever.
Therefore, anynode provides a new monitoring feature that adds multiple Event Transport protocols, including SMTP, SQL, and REST support.
Since the beginning, anynode supports the classic monitoring protocols like SNMP and WMI to send notifications to monitoring software like Nagios, PRTG Network monitor, or other monitoring tools.
The Windows Event Log or the standard Syslog on Linux OS is also available. These common ways to monitor your communication equipment mostly need your proactive login.
With the latest release of anynode, we introduce the option to add multiple Event Transport protocols, including the SMTP, SQL, and REST support. Think about a chat message into a Microsoft Teams channel of the System Administration team with details about a lost connection to your local SIP provider. Or send an e-mail to your ticket system when a certificate within anynode expires in a couple of days.
The integration in Power Apps gives customers the best way to integrate monitoring in their existing Microsoft 365 workflows.
Advantages of anynode SBC
and Multiple Event Notifications
- Integration of Power Apps
- Eight different ways of notification options
- Multiple Notifications
anynode is officially certified by Microsoft for Direct Routing that gives our customers the added benefit for worldwide Microsoft support.
In general with Microsoft Direct Routing and anynode you are able to connect to almost any telephony trunk or interconnect with third-party PBX. The most suitable and uncomplicated, easy to use solution for you and your networks that simply works.
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