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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
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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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This is the first post in a series in which I will explain the power of RunSQL KS from the new AppManager for SQL server module. One of the problems I face is to find what queries are running on my SQL server, which query is time consuming, what is the logical read/write and average…

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Anmol Rastogi
Jan 22, 2016
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Are you an AppManager 7 or 8 customer? Are you weighing the benefits of upgrading to Appmanager 9 against the work involved in actually performing the upgrade? Well read on, and we’ll talk about three different upgrade options and which one is right for you. In-Place Upgrade With an in-place upgrade simply upgrade the actual…

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Mike Robinson
Jan 20, 2016
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For some companies, scalability in the IT world means adding more and more hardware. Data centers of giants like Facebook, Amazon, and Google use what Gartner calls web-scale IT architecture, while others simply invest in more truckloads of traditional IT infrastructure. But with AppManager 9 we took a different approach to scalability. In my last…

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Mike Robinson
Dec 16, 2015
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AppManager for hardware can be used for monitoring EXi/ESX underlying hardware failure due to fully supported WBEM protocol by VMWare. I was looking for the same solution to monitor my Windows based underlying hardware but it’s not yet supported. What I figured out by using AppManager for hardware is that it uses the WBEM which…

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Anmol Rastogi
Dec 10, 2015
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I was using NT_RunDOS job to execute some DOS command using a batch file then all of a sudden I realized that the batch file path needs to be provided from each of the agent machines. I need to run this DOS command on at least 100 agent machines and then I need to manually…

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Anmol Rastogi
Nov 25, 2015
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