Management of Microsoft .NET made easy
Applications Manager helps you in monitoring performance,
availability, and usage statistics of Microsoft .NET
Monitoring Microsoft .NET involves automatic diagnoses, notification of problems in the Microsoft .NET Servers.
Applications Manager provides you wholesome Windows Monitoring - Windows Server monitorng, MS SQL monitoring, Exchange Server Monitoring along with .NET monitoring.
Monitoring Microsoft .NET provides for delivering comprehensive
fault management and proactive alert notifications, checking
for impending problems, triggering appropriate actions and
gathering performance data for planning, analysis, and reporting.
"We used MOM 2000 and 2005 before ApplicationsManager. We were not satisfied with the reports that mom produces. AppManager gives really comprehensive reports about our systems. We have nearly 70 servers (Microsoft and Tru64 and HPUX, HP DL and HP Alpha servers) around including branch offices. We are using Oracle databases. AppManager's Oracle monitor pages are really good for our Oracle DBAs.
The most important property of AppManager is that there are
no AGENTS anymore. The notifications section is also the important
thing that we use mostly.
Online Support was a great opportunity for us. Thanks for
this real system monitoring tool."
Systems Support Engineer (Group Director)
Some of the components that can be monitored in Microsoft
- Memory Usage
- Thread Pools
- Network Traffic
Microsoft .NET Monitoring Capabilities
- Out-of-the-box management of Microsoft .NET availability
and performance - checks if it is running and processing
- Monitors performance statistics such as Heapsize, threads,
network traffic, connections, exceptions, etc.,. Alerts
can be configured for these parameters.
- Based on the thresholds configured, notifications and
alerts are generated. Actions are executed automatically
based on configurations.
- Performance graphs and reports are available instantly.
Grouping of reports, customized reports, and graphs based
on date is available.
For more information, refer to the Monitoring
Microsoft .NET Online Help.
Blog on : General tips in configuring alerts
To start with, there are four levels of severity for every attribute ( CPU, Disk space, JVM size etc are known as attributes ) except availability - Unknown, Critical, Warning and Clear. Availability has only two states - Up and Down. ..... read full blog