PSPINC Releases NTReboot Server Monitoring & Recovery Software
SEATTLE, May 8, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Pacific Software Publishing, Inc. (PSPINC) has developed and released NTReboot 10.1, an advanced monitoring and recovery solution for Internet server operations for Windows® platforms.
NTReboot is designed to monitor and recover several Intranet and Internet services, including monitoring specified ports and recovering the service if it goes down, or rebooting a server after recovery procedures fail a given number of times. NTReboot can monitor and recover up to 50 specified services and up to 50 specified application pools, as well as monitoring memory and disk space and sending alerts when they go below a set limit.
NTReboot was originally developed out of necessity. In the mid-90s, server technology that PSPINC relied on was unstable, and had to be checked and restarted frequently. To more effectively monitor and control the servers, the PSPINC software development team created NTReboot from the ground up to suit their needs. “Just like Mercedes-Benz makes their patents freely available to demonstrate their dependability, PSPINC has made NTReboot freely available for download to demonstrate the quality of our products,” says Kenichi Uchikura, PSPINC Chairman and Founder.
“We are proud to continue expanding our library of original software,” says CEO Mayumi Nakamura. “Although PSPINC is currently known for website and domain hosting, we have been developing and publishing original software for 25 years, including online storage, e-newsletters, and file transfer products. NTReboot is a big step towards reasserting PSPINC’s image as a software development firm, and we will continue generating high-quality business-level software.”
PSPINC is offering this product free of charge for personal and commercial use. NTReboot is available for download at www.pspinc.com/eng/downloads.
PSPINC is a web hosting and Internet solutions company located in Bellevue, WA. During the 1990s, its focus shifted from localization and “double byte specialists” to “Internet specialists.” In August 2000, PSPINC opened its first data center, providing superior reliability and security for clients. Now in 2012, PSPINC continues to expand and provide domain name, web, and email hosting, data storage, and original software to over 38,000 companies in both the U.S. and Japanese markets. While PSPINC provides expert service for companies large and small, they never forget that their real business is supporting customers. Learn more at www.pspinc.com.
SOURCE Pacific Software Publishing, Inc.