Ascension Health SquaredUp
Ascension Health is a leading healthcare organization based in St.Louis, Missouri, U.S., which provides clinical and network services, facilities management, and more. 15,000 servers. 2,600 sites of care. Systems critical to hospitals' clinical operations.
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New Health Explorer for Azure VMs SquaredUp
(1 days ago) The health of the server now changes based on the health of the ‘monitors’ that are monitoring some performance aspect. Just like in SCOM, you also have a unit monitor and an aggregate monitor. The unit monitors are the actual workflows that monitor a threshold of something and change state if it’s crossed.
Groups show no health information – SquaredUp …
(5 days ago) Groups show no health information. When you create a group in SCOM it does not by default have a health rollup monitor or any unit monitors, so the health state stays in the grey/uninitialized no health information state. This article describes how to add a roll up monitor so the health of the group members is rolled up to the group.
How to manually set the health state of an application
(6 days ago) How to manually set the health state of an application. The Report Availability option for Enterprise Applications (EA) (see Enterprise Applications) allows you to manually change the health state of an application from available to either degraded or unavailable, as well as enter your own message to users.. Enterprise Application Monitoring (EAM) features are available with the Enterprise
SCOM Monitoring Dashboards
(1 days ago) Drill into any dashboard to explore the health and performance of individual resources and quickly locate root causes. Explore Drilldowns and Perspectives. Play YouTube video. HASSLE-FREE DASHBOARDS IN MINUTES “Intuitive, graphically stunning, and so easy to implement.”
How to use the Status tile – SquaredUp Support
(8 days ago) How to use the Status tile. The Status tile displays the rolled up health state of objects in the chosen scope, for example servers, disks, groups, or distributed applications (DAs). It also surfaces the health state summary, showing why an object is in a critical or warning state. Overview. The Status tile button displays a little plus up the top right.
OpsMgr Group Health Rollup Configuration Task …
(9 days ago) OpsMgr Group Health Rollup Configuration Task Management Pack. More news from the one-man SCOM Survival Kit otherwise known as Tao Yang, MVP. A SCOM user bugbear that we’ve come across time and time again at SquaredUp is that when you create a group in SCOM it doesn’t by default have a health rollup monitor, meaning that the health state
Monitoring Microsoft Azure and Hybrid Cloud
(1 days ago) Basic monitoring is done through Azure Resource Health API. Below is a diagram showing the structure of our CSP Management Pack: Credentials used to authenticate against partner center and the Azure tenants is provided through SCOM RunAs accounts.
Upgrading to SCOM 2019 Step-by-step
(3 days ago) Verify that the upgrade was successful by checking the health of the SCOM environment and other monitors. 6.1. Open the Operations Console, and head to the Monitoring pane, then expand the Operations Manager folder, and select the Management Group Health dashboard view. 6.2. Now check the Management Group Health in the center of the screen.
Exploring the sample Enterprise Applications – …
(6 days ago) Health reporting and performance collection. Sample EAs do not contain real objects from your SCOM management group. Instead, fake objects are discovered (these will not appear in existing dashboards or views in the SCOM console so should not interfere or confuse IT operators).
How to use the Monitors tile – SquaredUp Support
(Just Now) Monitors are used in SCOM to determine health information and make sure items are working within predefined thresholds. When a threshold is hit the monitor can raise an alert, and the monitor can change the health state of an object. Rules can also raise alerts, but cannot change the health state of an object, see Rule alerts vs monitor alerts.
New Microsoft M365 Management Pack for SCOM
(3 days ago) The status dashboard helps you spot issues that need immediate action, like the health of the watcher listed in the lower tile in the right-hand column below. When you drill down on a watcher, you will get a perspective with all the metrics pulled from the …
Azure dashboards: Azure Portal vs. SquaredUp (Part 1
(8 days ago) (2) Health status Onto the next task – a quick list of my VM’s in a subscription with their health status (say running/switched off status). On the Dashboard service from the home page, there doesn’t seem to be any tile that can help me with this.
Putting a SCOM object into maintenance mode – …
(5 days ago) The health icon will have a wrench icon overlayed. The same icon will also be displayed in tiles that show a health status for objects, such as the Status tile. The object will stay in maintenance mode for the time span you defined in the settings. Tip: You can end or extend the maintenance mode in the maintenance pane at any time.
Azure Monitor (Part 8): Alerting in Azure Monitor …
(4 days ago) 1. Creating and managing alert rules. Alert rules are basically your monitoring logic. Here you can choose the resource type, the condition for alerting, name and description of the alert and what actions you want to initiate when the alert is fired. Let’s see that in action: 1. Navigate to Azure Monitor, and select “Alerts” from the menu
How to use the Alerts tile – SquaredUp Support
(8 days ago) Health state summaries. Objects and their health state. At the heart of SCOM monitoring is its object model and the health state monitoring of those objects; if a disk is low on space, the disk is marked as critical and this rolls up to the server, which is also marked as critical. What is a health state summary?
How to use the Image tile – SquaredUp Support
(7 days ago) The last known health state is shown as a faded colour behind the power button. This can often be resolved by restarting the Microsoft Monitoring Agent service on the server itself, or restarting the System Center Data Access service on the SCOM server.
How to use the Status tile – SquaredUp Support
(8 days ago) How to use the Status tile About the Status tile. The Status tile allows you to show resources, resource groups and subscriptions (see What is an Azure Resource?), and any health states.. Tip: If you want to show the health state of objects on an image background, you can use the Image tile (see How to use the Image tile). Overview. The Status tile button displays a little plus up the top right.
Getting hands on with SquaredUp for Azure
(9 days ago) As well as a number of different performance metric visualisations, you can show cost, alerts, resource summaries and health, maps and so on, and you can set up simple native integrations with Log Analytics, App Insights or ServiceNow, or pull in data from any third party tool with a published API using our web API tiles.
Azure Monitor (Part 4): Working with Logs data using …
(7 days ago) Join me on my Azure Monitor journey as I learn all there is to know about the platform. Check out my series introduction for a brief overview and a bit about me (tl;dr former SCOM admin, avid tech blogger, SquaredUp tech evangelist).. In the last couple of posts we covered the various ways of connecting data sources to Azure Monitor Logs (Part 2: Getting Started, Part 3: Solutions), so by now
Improved Dashboard Designer experience with …
(4 days ago) Let’s say our IT Director has asked us to update an existing management dashboard, by adding more compelling information – from the health of our services all the way to the status of the DevOps pipelines. Clearly, our IT Director wants all his/her interests represented in one dashboard. To do this will require a bit of creative thinking.
How to use criteria when scoping objects – SquaredUp …
(2 days ago) In SCOM this is objects with no health state specified in SCOM (uninitialized), a grey health state icon with a question mark, because they have never had a health state. IsAvailable 'true' or 1 if the object's parent health service is responding to SCOM 'false' or 0 for objects that are offline/unmonitored: InMaintenanceMode
How to use the Visio tile – SquaredUp Support
(7 days ago) The default behaviour is to use health status icons on the Visio diagram, but you can change this to color if you wish to use replace colors on the shape with the health state color. Icon. Icons are a familiar way of visualising health state and are typically used for application and network topology diagrams.
Troubleshooting the Visio tile – SquaredUp Support
(2 days ago) No health state icons or colors are shown. Some shapes don't show health state icons or change color. The color replace works on some shapes, but not all of them. The health state icons are not positioned centrally on the shapes. Text on diagrams is not displayed in Internet Explorer when the SVG file was created in Visio 2010 or 2013
Azure Monitor (Part 1): What is it and how does it work
(Just Now) Put simply, Azure Monitor is the native monitoring solution for Azure, and if you’re using Azure for anything at all, it’s there in the background collecting data for you. It collects metrics and logs from all of your Azure resources and can be used to create alerts, monitor performance, troubleshoot issues and create dashboards so that you
Enterprise Applications – SquaredUp Support
(5 days ago) The health of the EA is only dependent on the availability monitors, not the infrastructure health, so status and uptime is meaningful to the business (jump to The three-part application model). EAs can store the results of a Visual Application Discovery & Analysis (VADA) discovery as a map.
Fill SCOM gaps with Azure Monitor
(1 days ago) Second is the ability to interactively work with your data. SCOM is outstanding at detecting problems, measuring health, and firing alerts. But once the data’s stored in your management group, it can be a challenge to perform custom and ad hoc analysis.
How to edit Enterprise Application rollups – …
(4 days ago) How to edit Enterprise Application rollups. Enterprise Applications use the rollup algorithm of Worst health state of any member, because this is the default and more sensitive rollup setting that users of SCOM are used to working with.Using this more sensitive setting ensures that any outage is reported. You may consider changing the rollup algorithm from worst to Best health state of any
Tiles – SquaredUp Support
(6 days ago) How to use the Matrix tileThe Matrix tile shows detailed health state, performance metrics and other information for How to use the Monitors tile. How to use the Monitors tileAbout the Monitors tileThe Monitors tile displays the health state of monitors that use t How to use the Performance tile
How to use the SLA tile – SquaredUp Support
(5 days ago) SLA gauge is missing and the group's health state is grey If when displaying the status and SLA of groups themselves (adding groups to scope > list for example) one or more groups have missing SLA gauges and the health status is shown as grey with a question mark, this means that the group does not have a Dependency Roll Up Monitor.
Azure Monitor (Part 5): Visualizing log analytics data
(8 days ago) Join me on my Azure Monitor journey as I learn all there is to know about the platform. Check out my series introduction for a brief overview and a bit about me (tl;dr former SCOM admin, avid tech blogger, SquaredUp tech evangelist).. So far, we’ve learnt how to collect data (part 2) and pull it into Azure Log Analytics (part 3), as well as how to actually work with the data using Kusto
SolarWinds Orion Nodes Dashboard
(3 days ago) Solution. Using the powerful Web API tile in SquaredUp, the SolarWinds dashboard connects to the SolarWinds Information Services REST API endpoint, using SQL queries in the request data, in real-time. The dashboard also leverages mustache syntax to transform the SolarWinds’ own status into a human-readable status and corresponding health icons.
How GripMatix created the topology overview
(1 days ago) We at GripMatix think the Visio tile is a very powerful way to create a single-pane-of-glass view of any application stack. So, when we started to design the SquaredUp dashboard pack for MetrixInsight for CVAD, we immediately decided to include this tile to display the health of all tiers within a Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops stack.
The PowerShell Monitoring Management Pack has a …
(1 days ago) The PowerShell Monitoring Management Pack has a new home. As of March 2019, the PowerShell Monitoring Management Pack is no longer available on our website. Don’t worry, it’s still free – it simply has a new home: Cookdown. Download MP. About Cookdown.
How to use the dashboard designer (v5) – SquaredUp …
(8 days ago) Give the dashboard a title, by replacing the text that says New Dashboard. Click on the Two tiles template: First we are going to configure the right-hand tile to show servers in a particular health state. Click configure tile on the right-hand tile: Click on the Status tile button: Click on the Icons tile button:
(3 days ago) The health of objects on the map will not roll up to the overall health of the Enterprise Application, but will be surfaced on the EA dashboard when clicking the view dashboard button. If you are having problems with application mapping see Troubleshooting Visual Application Discovery and Analysis (VADA).
Azure Monitor (Part 2): Azure Monitor Logs—Getting …
(3 days ago) Simple, right! 1. Set up a “Log Analytics workspace”. The first step to collect data is to set up a “Log Analytics workspace”. It is pretty quick and easy to do so: Search for “Log Analytics workspaces” in the global search box. This will open up a window displaying your existing workspaces.
How to use the Matrix tile – SquaredUp Support
(8 days ago) How to use the Matrix tile. The Matrix tile shows detailed health state, performance metrics and other information for a list of monitored objects.. How to configure a Matrix tile. Create a new dashboard or edit an existing one and add a new tile. Select the Resources and …