Database availability groups (DAGs) play a pivotal role in database recovery. During a database failure, the speed at which services can be restored largely depends on DAG operations. Exchange Reporter Plus, a DAG monitoring tool, provides relevant monitoring data about DAGs such as the replication statistics, network health, and so on. Besides reports for DAG monitoring, you also receive real-time alerts related to all the DAGs connected to your Exchange Servers.
Report on and audit Exchange Online using Exchange Reporter Plus.
View information about the DAG replication health using this Exchange Server monitoring tool. Exchange Reporter Plus uses PowerShell cmdlets to gather data and determine the database replication health by listing the check name for each operation. It also provides the status (success or failure) of the replication.
Get reports on the copy status of each database in various locations within the Exchange environment using this monitoring software. Exchange Reporter Plus uses the Get-MailboxDatabaseCopyStatus cmdlet to fetch data such as the copy name, copy status, and copy time, and presents the information in easy-to-understand dashboards and graphs.
Keep track of the network health of all the database availability groups in your Exchange Server environment. This capability is important as information about DAG network health is crucial in monitring Exchange services.
See information on the status of all the DAGs available in your Exchange Server and details about the mounted and active DAGs. These statistics can be fetched from Exchange Server 2003, 2007, 2010, 2013, 2016, and 2019.
These DAG monitoring reports are not only granular and easy to generate, but can also be exported in various formats such as CSV, XLS, HTML, and PDF. To learn more about ManageEngine Exchange Reporter Plus' monitoring reports, click here.
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