Again one week later, it is time for “Friday Rules”. I can imagine you have been using this rule a lot, so I tried to add some additional information e.g. how you can create custom event logs and events using PowerShell and of how to spice up your alert names. I hope you will enjoy. If you have any suggestions, let me know.
One common problem we all share when it comes to working with Azure is cost and “garbage”. Those two relate in proportion to each other, meaning the more “garbage” you own in Azure, the more you have to pay. Simple? Yes indeed. What do I mean in terms of “garbage”? Ok, I will ask you […]
In part 1 we have installed a Linux and Tomcat 6 application server. A must requirement to install and run Java Application Performance Monitoring (Java APM) is, that your application server is deeply monitored using Java Enterprise Edition (JEE) management pack for Tomcat 6. Some time ago I did write a blog post how to […]
In this post I would like to show you what the benefit is of having PowerShell integration in dashboards. The days before having the PowerShell widgets you mostly needed to export your PowerShell queries / results into some sort of text file / Excel sheet etc. to display the result. For example a common request […]