NITOROM Launches NiTO, a Powerful, Next-Generation Monitoring Platform for Virtual, Cloud and Physical IT Environments

Monitoring Platform

SaaS platform improves organizational security and uptime by providing a scalable, single source of truth that enables deep, real-time visibility into IT assets

NITOROM Inc., a global provider of next-generation IT infrastructure monitoring software, announces the launch of NiTO. NiTO is a SaaS-based and affordable integrated infrastructure monitoring solution that enables busy IT professionals to quickly detect and resolve issues before they impact their organization’s operations and security posture.

As organizations embark on complex digital transformation journeys, having deep visibility into IT assets, both physical and virtual, becomes increasingly important in meeting reliability, security, and compliance requirements.

Designed to work out-of-the-box, NiTO’s powerful and affordable platform ensures IT teams spend less time guessing and more time resolving problems. A super light-weight platform that requires minimal set-up time and system resources, NiTO offers end-to-end visibility into the health and performance of servers, endpoints, network devices, and applications across on-premises, hosted, and public cloud environments including Azure and AWS.

From a single device to complex virtual and physical environments, the platform’s intuitive, near real-time data visualizations give users the ability to easily monitor their entire infrastructure in greater detail than ever before. And, with custom integrated alerting delivered by text, email, and phone, IT professionals never miss the vital information needed to make critical decisions.

“IT departments typically rely on a complex mix of tools to monitor their organization’s infrastructure health and those tools come with a daunting learning curve and price tag,” says Montu Chadha, Founder, and CEO of Nitorom Inc. “NiTO was born out of the frustration we experienced as a Managed IT Service Provider (MSP) responsible for managing many disparate environments. NiTO reduces the number of tools an IT team needs by consolidating a wide range of parameters into a single dashboard. In addition, the tool is easy to use and configure, uses minimal system resources, and is very cost-effective.”

NiTO is being used across a broad range of global public and private sector industries, including municipal governments, legal, manufacturing, entertainment, and telecom.

“Monitoring has become absolutely crucial to our business,” says Noam Tomczak, Chief Operating Officer of iotum, an international leader in teleconferencing and group communications. “The live meeting experience is about as unforgiving as it gets. NiTO gives us the visibility we need to ensure we are providing clean, clear voice, video, and feature-rich collaboration meetings for our users. NiTO doesn’t just inform us of the health of our network, but also allows us to set thresholds for processor use, so we know when we have to add new resources to our data centers. It alerts us quickly to failures but most importantly, alerts us to opportunities to prevent them from ever happening.”

NiTO Features Include:

  • Real-time, high-resolution monitoring for Windows and Linux
  • Ping, and TCP uptime
  • SNMP network monitoring
  • VMware & Hyper-V host and guest monitoring
  • AWS & Azure cloud monitoring
  • Website monitoring & SSL certificate checks
  • Logfile monitoring
  • Parenting & flapping detection
  • Event escalation
  • Custom metrics
  • Detailed historical data
  • Performance reports

Free Use

A free version of NiTO is available at The free account allows a single user to add up to five servers/workstations, SNMP devices, or web-based checks with 24 hours of data collection and email alerts.

Free Trial

NiTO is also available for a 30 day free trial for qualifying customers by contacting us at 1-844-311-NiTO (6486). The trial allows users to use the full feature set by adding servers/workstations, SNMP devices, or web-based checks for a single user and up to 30 days of data collection.