Category Archives: Monitoring

EventHub Monitoring

A few weeks ago I did a presentation at the Australia/New Zealand User Group meeting on the Gold Coast to really discuss that the M3 Grid Applications shouldn’t be as intimating as a lot of people find them, as part … Continue reading

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M3 Business Engine and Grid Monitoring

A wee while ago I posted about some monitoring scripts that I wrote which also provide trending – but I was pretty slack and never got around to posting them, here they are. 🙂 This is a little light on … Continue reading

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the Poormans M3 Benchmarking and Monitoring

I have a fascination with graphs – in particular graphs that map things like performance and health. Graphs are typically my number one go-to for troubleshooting…and I’m going to provide some anecdotes, as I know there are people in the … Continue reading

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The Poormans M3 Monitoring Part 2 – the AUTOJOBS!

Back in the dim dark past, before IFLs M3 install became gridified I had set up Nagios (an open source monitoring tool) to check the autojobs – this would verify that the autojobs had a status of OK and it … Continue reading

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The Poormans M3 Monitoring – Powershell and REST

Todays post is about the poor mans M3 monitoring, I want to demonstrate that with existing tools you can quickly and easily get emailed notifications if any of your grid applications go offline. You don’t need to install anything for … Continue reading

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