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ELM Enterprise Manager 6.7 is Windows Server 2012 Certified

 

 

 

 

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      Core License - Events, Performance, and More

The Core License in ELM Enterprise Manager provides just the right balance of automated event log management along with the most commonly used server health and performance monitoring features. Listed below are details of each monitoring item available in the Core license.

The Core license is targeted to meet the majority of your log management/server monitoring needs on primary or production Windows servers.

 

Event Alarm

The Event Alarm compares new events against a customized Event Filter. Depending on how it is configured, if an event either matches or fails to match the criteria the specified number of times within the time period, an Action is executed. This could be to run a command script, or to create an event which a notification method such as an email is then tied to.

For example, this is a convenient tool to detect the absence of a system back-up confirmation event.

 

 

Looking for more details?
Check out the ELM Help Guide pages on Event Alarm.

Search Windows Event Logs Event Collector

The Event Collector monitors all Windows event logs and when an event matching a specified Event Filter is detected, it is transferred to the ELM Server. The collected events are processed by the ELM Server for any further actions and stored in the Primary database for reporting. Events pass through a number of filters to create concise Views, and trigger Notifications. Typically, very general Filters are configured at the Event Collector level to ensure all the data is collected and available for analysis.

 

 

 

Looking for more details?
Check out the ELM Help Guide pages on Event Collector.

Windows Event Log Alarms File Monitor

The File Monitor scans ASCII or plain text (flat) files or groups for files on a scheduled basis for a specified character string. When a match is found, an Action can be triggered such as a notification sent.

Examples of non-circular files include:

  • Microsoft ISA Server log files
  • Internet Information Services log files
  • SQL Server error logs
  • Backup software log files
  • Anti-virus software log files
  • Static .html files
  • User-created flat files

 

 

Looking for more details?
Check out the ELM Help Guide pages on File Monitor.

Windows Event Log Collector Performance Alarms

Performance Alarms monitor any published performance counter for a condition that is greater than, less than or equal to a threshold value that you determine, and for specified duration. By using Performance Alarms, you can be alerted when disk space, memory or CPU has reached unexpected or out-of-bound levels.

 

 

 

Looking for more details?
Check out the ELM Help Guide pages on Performance Alarms.

Performance Collector

The Performance Collector supports proactive system management and resource trending. Any published performance objects, counters and/or instances can be collected at a set frequency on a scheduled basis, securely stored and aggregated for informative reporting.

 

 

 

Looking for more details?
Check out the ELM Help Guide pages on the Performance Collector.

Ping Monitor

The Ping Monitor sends custom ICMP echo requests to verify TCP/IP connectivity and the Quality of Service. It provides an early warning alert of a problem with the remote system's status, whether it be a server, workstation or other network device.

The Ping Monitor feature is included with all of the licenses in ELM Enterprise Manager 6.5.

 

 

 

Looking for more details?
Check out the ELM Help Guide pages on the Ping Monitor.

Process Monitor

The Process Monitor provides a comprehensive view of process activity on your Windows servers and workstations. It can take a number of unique Actions when conditions change such as:

  • Process CPU has exceeded specified thresholds.
  • Processes are initiated or terminated.
  • The number of the same process exceed maximum quantities.

 

 

 

Looking for more details?
Check out the ELM Help Guide pages on the Process Monitor.

Windows Service Monitor

The Service Monitor detects and responds to service and device state changes specifically, Starting, Started, Paused, Stopping and Stopped. Commonly used with the Command Script notification, you can launch a batch file to restart a failed service. This empowers administrators to combine proactive monitoring with automated corrective action.

 

 

 

Looking for more details?
Check out the ELM Help Guide pages on the Service Monitor.

Agent Monitor

The Agent Monitor is part of ELM's built in resiliency or self monitoring and performs heartbeat checks on Service Agents. If the Service Agent does not respond or is slow in responding, actions and notification options can be triggered.

 

 

 

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