Monitoring applications and servers

If you are seeking a solution for monitoring applications , servers and operating systems OpMon is a great choice.

It is a complete platform for the governance of IT and Telecom , the monitoring of business processes and management of networks and systems , and to monitor any device that manages data. Among them are :

Applications

Java Virtual Machine
  • Garbage Collector
  • Threads
  • Memory
  • CPU
  • Uptime
Websphere
  • JVM
  • System Metrics
  • Transaction Service
  • JDBC Provider
  • Thread Pool
  • EJB Module
  • StatelessSessionBean / StatefulSessionBean / MessageDrivenBean
  • Session Manager
  • Web Module
  • Servlet / JSP
Weblogic
  • ejbModule
  • ThreadPool
  • JDBC Connection
  • JVM
  • Servlet
JBOSS
  • Connection Pool
  • JMS
  • EJB
TomCat
  • Thread Pool
  • Requests
  • Servlets
  • Web Modules
Monitoring COM +
  • Metrics resource consumption of components

E-mail

Lotus Domino
  • All metrics for Lotus Domino are provided by the SNMP subagent native email solution , captured by OpMon . Some examples :
  • Message Routing

    • Total of messages sent and unsent
    • Total posts awaiting treatment

    Use Server

    • Number of active sessions and running tasks

    Availability

    • Percentage of time in which the application was available
    • Number of unsent messages – dead mail – and pending replication requests

    Performance

    • Percentage of CPU utilization by task Notes : Server , Process Admin , Agent Manager , Replicator , Router , Schedule
    • Replications effect pending and failures
    • Number of documents added, deleted and updated by server
    • Detection of corrupted databases
Microsoft Exchange objects ( counters )
  • DSAccess Domain Controllers
  • DSAccess caches
  • Notify ActiveSync
  • Address List
  • Sender ID
  • Intelligent Message Filter
  • OleDB Events
  • Resource OleDB
  • Transport Driver Store
  • Transport Sink Filter
  • MTA
  • MTA Connections
  • ISIS Transport Driver
  • IS Public
  • IS Mailbox
  • ES
  • SA – NSPI Proxy
  • SRS
  • OMA
QMAIL server / POSTFIX
  • Availability
  • Messages In Queue
  • Messages Awaiting Preprocessing
  • Process Resident Memory Size
  • Process CPU Usage
  • SMTP Availability
  • Inbound SMTP Connections
  • POP3 Availability
  • Inbound POP3 Connections

Web and FTP

Simulators FTP Transactions
  • Perform transactions like an FTP user , providing response times and return on success or failure in the completion of
  • Number of bytes received and sent by the FTP service
  • Total files transferred by FTP service

Servers

Web servers
  • Microsoft IIS 5 and above (via performance counters Global IIS and Web Services)
  • Total hits for a given domain
  • Percentage of page hits
  • Rate of bytes sent and received per second in web service
  • Accesses anonymous and non-anonymous maximum number of anonymous connections by users in web service
  • Connections
  • Types HTTP method
  • HTTP Errors
  • . Net (by performance counters as CRL date , Loading, memory etc.).
AS/400
  • CPU and DB CPU
  • Login
  • User Messages
  • OutQ Files, Writer & Status
  • Storage
  • Subsystems
  • Active Running & Jobs
  • Any metric provided by SNMP or terminal emulation
HP – UX , AIX , SUN Solaris , Tru64 UNIX , Linux ( all distributions )
  • Load and CPU usage (sys , wait , idle)
  • physical and virtual memory available and used
  • Free space / used in mountpoints
  • I / O disk
  • Swap
  • Uptime
  • Minimum / maximum process
  • Maximum execution time of processes
  • Detection of zombies or defunct processes
  • Size of the virtual processes
  • User quotas
  • Analysis of logs , seeking specific occurrences error
  • Time and uptime detection reboots
  • Restart services in case of a fall
  • Agents customizable to specific needs of infrastructure or business processes
  • Identification of resources consumed for each process
  • In the percentage of physical memory , virtual CPU , the solution should allow the identification of the processes responsible for the consumption in each resource cited
Microsoft (Windows NT , XP , 2000, 2003, 2008, 2012 and service packs )
  • CPU ( % usage , processing time privileged instruction queue processor )
  • Detection by CPU processes
  • Physical memory (total , available , pagination per second , etc.)
  • virtual paging space used
  • Services and procedures ( in) active
  • Space and I / O to disk ( DiskQueue , Disk Time , Disk Write , Disk Read , etc. . , General or physical disk )
  • Terminal services: number of users connected / active
  • Time and uptime detection reboots
  • Analysis of specific log entries in Event Viewer
  • Identification of resources consumed for each process
  • Any item available in Performance Monitor
Novell
  • abended – Threads
  • Buffer -Counts
  • CPU -Load- 15min
  • DS – DB
  • Dirty- Buffers
  • LRU -Sitting – Time
  • Licensed – Connections
  • Logins
  • Long – Term- Cache- Hits
  • Loaded NLMs
  • Open -Files
  • Pct -Max – Used- Pckt – Rcv – Buff
  • Non – Pct – Purgable – Vols
  • Pct – Purgable – Vols
  • Used- Pckt – Rcv – Buff
  • Vols utilization
Unisys mainframe
  • Monitoring indicators of the OS 2200 operating system , the Unisys DORADO 380 , via SNMP ( UNISYS.MIB , VISINET.MIB , UNISYS – TIMEPLEX.MIB , etc. . ) And use of terminal emulation software for running commands and treatment of information obtained
  • Monitoring database Unisys RDMS via terminal emulation access or ODBC / JDBC
IBM mainframe
  • Monitoring indicators of the operating system via SNMP , and the use of terminal emulation software for running commands and handling of information obtained