Viewing the State

State Maintenance Name

FIGURE 9: The Distributed Applications View

An alternate way to view the application state is to navigate to:

State Name Path Application Virtual Root Alerting Threshold Sensitivity Threshold Monitor
HRWebService DEMO.COMPANY.COM /LM/W3SVC/1/Root/HRWebService 1000 1 enabled
JaggleInfoRetrieval DEMO.COMPANY.COM /LM/W3SVC/1/Root/JaggleInfoRetrieval 10 2 enabled
JaggleMatching DEMO.COMPANY.COM /LM/W3SVC/1/Root/JaggleMatching 100 50 enabled

FIGURE 9: The State View

The State View provides you with a real-time, consolidated snapshot of the overall state of your enterprise applications, highlighting the ones that require attention. State monitoring provides an administrator with the ability to understand, at a glance, the instantaneous health of the applications on their managed servers. IT managers can use the State option to provide senior executives with a concise overview of enterprise application health, which is particularly important for e-commerce and other critical business applications.

FIGURE 10: .NET Application Health at a Glance

The Management Pack discovers .NET applications running on the Monitored Computer at the moment the Management Pack receives the first event from an application. The management pack does this automatically and on-the-fly while monitoring the CLR for faults and slowdowns in applications running under IIS.

The State View provides a red /green indication of near real-time status of your ASP.NET, Web Services and .NET Remoting applications. A green light indicates a healthy state and red indicates critical.

Last update: Tuesday, June 08, 2010 03:19:09 PM