Windows Server Cluster Monitoring
Clustering is an increasingly widespread strategy due to its cost-effective ability to ensure improved system availability, scalability and reliability. With Applications Manager, IT administrators can monitor all their Windows Server Cluster components from a single, intuitive interface. They can measure the performance of all the individual nodes in a cluster, monitor cluster networks on which mission-critical applications run, generate reports on the status of resource groups and get notified of critical cluster events.
Track Resource Failover
Automatically discover cluster nodes, monitors applications in clustered environments.
- Monitor Resource/Resource Group fail-over across nodes and current state of it.
Monitor Resource Control Manager tasks like RHS processes running and RHS restarts.
- Monitor the 'Resource Failures' and identify the Resource type causing most failures.
Identify the status and ensure the health of your failover cluster network.
Monitor Cluster Network Traffic (byte and message stats) between the nodes.
Calculate the TCP reconnection count and track number of messages in a queue.
Resource Groups and Storage
Event Management and Resource Statistics
Track events across all the Nodes in Cluster and their source.
Discover your Windows clusters and map Windows Event Log variables (log type, log description or severity) to Applications Manager alerts.
Get notified of resource failures, access violations and deadlocks.
Insightful Reports and Fault Management
Determine the root cause of problems faster and minimize risks associated with performance outages in your windows cluster.
- Configure alarms and get notifications of performance problems and downtimes via email and SMS instantly.
Know how your server clusters are performing over a period of time and analyze possible trends.