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Monitor various ad-hoc Windows/in-house Linux scripts with ease. Reduce tedious manual efforts and also track complicated script outputs that are usually difficult to process.
With Applications Manager's script monitor, you can:
Choose specific attributes of the script output to be monitored. You can monitor both numerical and non-numerical attributes. For scripts that generate table structure outputs, monitor individual values in the table and get alerted when row values are empty. For example, you can track SNMP OIDs within windows-based scripts and get notified of any changes in the network. In the case of script output files that contain values in the reserved keywords format, you can configure keyword attributes to fetch values from the output file.
Use the script monitor to override the default values of availability and response times. By identifying reserved keywords in the output file, Applications Manager helps replace the default values which can be useful when trying to override custom scripts.
With Applications Manager's script monitoring capabilities, you can set up thresholds and configure alarms for various attributes. Get notified of threshold breaches and employ corrective actions to troubleshoot errors with ease.
Become aware of increasing response time and identify network connectivity errors. Configure health severity alerts for script exceptions and analyze how often these occur and how they can be controlled.
View historical reports on attributes such as response time and availability. The generated reports can be viewed based on different time periods and can be exported as PDF files for future analysis. You can also schedule reports to be generated at specific times and configure them to be sent as an email to you.
If you are looking to monitor your scripts, just download a trial version of Applications Manager, set up the script monitor, and start tracking the output attributes now!
It allows us to track crucial metrics such as response times, resource utilization, error rates, and transaction performance. The real-time monitoring alerts promptly notify us of any issues or anomalies, enabling us to take immediate action.
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