How Data Analytics is Changing the Manufacturing Landscape

The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is changing the landscape of the U.S. manufacturing industry.  Companies that understand the patterns and trends and position themselves to prepare for the impending advances will most certainly gain a competitive edge… Read More

Sightline Systems Included in Prestigious ITOA Predictions List

FAIRFAX, VA – March 6, 2016 – We are proud to announce that Sightline Systems’ own Brandon Witte is mentioned in the ITOA Landscape’s 2016 ITOA Predictions list. The list features quotes from the ITOA50 (the Who’s Who… Read More

Using Workloads in Sightline

Workloads are a powerful tool in the Sightline software suite. But what exactly are workloads, and what can you do with them? Workloads allow you to combine processes into a logical group for reporting and tracking resource utilization…. Read More

Doubling the Charting Speed of Sightline EDM

Sightline can collect data from over 7,500 different metrics across multiple OS platforms.  One of the important features of Sightline Enterprise Data Manager (EDM) is to visualize the data. Once the data is collected we use a charting… Read More

Utilization Reports in EDM 4.0

One of the cool new features from our development group is the Utilization Report. Right out-of-the-box you can view the CPU, disk, network and memory health of all systems that have been discovered across the network. From the… Read More

Sightline EDM 4.0 for Capacity Planning

Predicting what your infrastructure is going to do in the future can be a truly monumental task. With the capacity planning functionality in Sightline you can easily create supporting documentation to provide you with the necessary information to… Read More

Capacity Planning with Sightline EDM

Being able to correctly predict what your infrastructure is going to do in the future can be a truly monumental task. By utilizing the capacity planning functionality within Sightline you can easily create supporting documentation to provide you… Read More

Tip: Monitoring Real Memory Utilization in Linux

Linux uses RAM memory for disk caching to speed up the system. This means that the Mem % Free metric will consistently be low, perhaps 5%, when the system is actually only using 50% of the RAM. In… Read More