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Example: Monitoring non-Microsoft databases with OpsMgr

On the Microsoft side, Kevin Holman does a great job feeding useful content about Operations Manager to the masses and is probably one of the key people whose content you should follow.  In a recent post, he talks about how to monitor databases other than Microsoft’s using OpsMgr and goes through an example using Postgre SQL.

From the post:

OpsMgr has the capability to run a synthetic transaction, to query a remote database from a watcher node.  This can be used to simulate an application query to a back end database, and we have built in monitoring to set thresholds for:

  • Connection time
  • Query time
  • Fetch Time

We will also auto-create three performance rules – so that you can collect these as performance data for short term investigation, or long term trending.

Read the full post:  OpsMgr: How to monitor non-Microsoft SQL databases in SCOM – an example using Postgre SQL

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