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Beta for Beta: Monitoring Pack for ConfigMgr 2012 SP1 released

The Monitoring Pack will allow you to monitor the health of Microsoft System Center 2012 SP1 Beta – Configuration Manager by monitoring general health; data replication between Configuration Manager sites; server and service availability; SQL Server configurations; Backup and recovery; backlog monitoring; software update synchronization; and other server role configuration.

Feature Summary
This release of monitoring pack delivers improved capabilities for Configuration Manager monitoring, including the following:

  • Monitoring the availability status of all server roles
  • Monitoring the health status of key services
  • Monitoring SQL replication health status
  • Collecting and monitoring performance counters from Configuration Manager servers
  • A topology diagram of the Configuration Manager site hierarchy
  • Reports showing the availability status and performance of Configuration Manager servers
  • Monitoring the status of Configuration Manager alerts

Download:  System Center Monitoring Pack for System Center 2012 SP1 Beta – Configuration Manager

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