How To Use The OpsLogix Oracle Performance Collection Rule Template In SCOM 2012 & 2016

How To Use The OpsLogix Oracle Performance Collection Rule Template In SCOM 2012 & 2016

Although the OpsLogix Oracle Management Pack covers the most common availability, health and performance metrics that are important to an Oracle environment, occasionally you might need other metrics to suit your particular monitoring needs. With this in mind, the OpsLogix Oracle Management Pack contains templates that allow you to add custom monitors and rules in order to monitor your Oracle environment.

OpsLogix Oracle Performance Collection Rule

One of those templates is the OpsLogix Oracle Performance Collection Rule, that allows you to create a Rule that collects performance data from your Oracle environment in order to visualize the data on the corresponding performance view. In this blog, we’ll provide you an easy 5 step “how to” instruction to make use of this template.

Step 1

Navigate to the Authoring section of the System Center Operations Manager Console, right-click Management Pack Templates and choose Add Monitoring Wizard.

 

 

 

Step 2

Select Oracle Performance Collection Rule from the Select the monitoring type list.

 

Step 3

Choose a name and a description for your performance data collection rule. 

 

Step 4

Pick the counter name, set the query to be executed and pick the column name of the value you would like to store. Then chose the target of your rule and the frequency of the data collection. Then click Create.

 

Step 5

The performance collection rule has now been created so you can check the collected performance data in the Instance Performance view.

 

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An Introduction To Machine Learning & SCOM Automation By Vincent de Vries

An Introduction To Machine Learning & SCOM Automation By Vincent de Vries

During SCOM Day 2017 in Gothenburg, organized by Approved, one of the main topics was data-driven automation. Since machine learning and artificial intelligence are the emerging technologies of the future, there is a noticeable rising trend in IT. Many organizations are hesitant to wholly migrate into the cloud, especially when they have already heavily invested in their on-prem environments. The same goes for those who have their environment running on Microsoft System Center Operations Manager.

Vincent de Vries (@vindevries), Managing Director at OpsLogix talked about our journey as a company towards machine learning and AI. He discussed what machine learning is and how one of our latest software, EZalert, an AI solution for SCOM, can help organizations automate their 1st level of support. EZalert can be taught to automatically set your resolution states and attach actions to those resolution states.