AppManager

It’s a complex world out there. There’s no denying it.  This is especially true in the IT world—where admins are expected to keep systems running smoothly.  However, no matter how you slice it: there’s no way around the true complexity of IT. Physical and virtual machines, networks, operating systems, and applications all have to work…

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By: wheaps
Jul 26, 2016
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You’ve already invested in AppManager—but you’re not running the latest version? It’s somewhat of a conundrum, balancing the time of an upgrade versus the benefits you might get.  This is especially true if you’ve done lots of customization of your AppManager system that might or might not break if you upgrade to latest version.  Despite…

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wheaps
By: wheaps
Jul 5, 2016
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Many times, I hear people complaining about AppManager that it is not capable of monitoring Office 365 productivity services that are enabled over the Internet (cloud services), such as Skype For Business and Exchange Online Hosted Email for Business. At a glance, AppManager seems to be a product which can only monitor the on-premises applications,…

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Anmol Rastogi
Jun 24, 2016
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This is the third post in a series in which I will explain how an SQL job is performing on a daily basis using the power of RunSQL KS from the new AppManager for SQL server module. One of the problems with my SQL server, I face is to find how the SQL jobs are performing…

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Anmol Rastogi
May 17, 2016
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AppManager is a constantly evolving product. The product area with the fastest change is the monitoring module packs. I often encourage customers to go to the modules page and sort by published to review what has been released and see if any of the updates would apply to their environment. (See the link below mynetiq…

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May 9, 2016
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This is the second post in a series in which I will explain how memory and CPU are utilized at the individual database level using the power of RunSQL KS from the new AppManager for SQL server module…

Anmol Rastogi
Mar 30, 2016
11:34 am
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This article explains how the Unix ExecUtil knowledge script AppManager can be can be leveraged to monitor almost anything on a Unix system with little knowledge on regular expressions / Perl / AWK…

Feb 25, 2016
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Like most people, I understand reams of data best with graphics – pictorial images of what the data represents. So, rather than read through pages and pages of numbers, I can look at a graph to understand the trend the data represents. Another way to say this is – a picture is worth a thousand…

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Feb 3, 2016
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I would like to explain in my post about the power of easy customization using AppManager. I was going through the list of applications which can be monitored by AppManager. Though the list is huge, I was disappointed to see that there is no monitoring available for PostgreSQL, so I decided to do something on…

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Anmol Rastogi
Feb 2, 2016
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