Microsoft Exchange Monitor High Quality
In September of 2019, LogicMonitor released a new set of Microsoft Exchange DataSources. If you are currently monitoring Microsoft Exchange using the legacy WinExchange* DataSources, you will not experience any data loss upon importing the newer DataSources in this package. This is because DataSource names have been changed to eliminate module overwriting.
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LogicMonitor includes out-of-the-box monitoring of Microsoft Exchange. LogicModules monitor critical Microsoft Exchange performance metrics to build out dashboards that show the data critical to your IT Operations.
Ensure high availability by tracking and monitoring the Windows Services related to your Exchange Server. Out of the box dashboards show all of your Exchange Services in a single display, allowing you to surface irregularities across your environment.
Exchange Server is a mailing and calendaring server developed by Microsoft that provides mailing services to businesses and helps them exchange files securely. It runs exclusively on Windows operating systems, and is available both as a hosted service and on-premises. Businesses employ Exchange Server for internal communication, for which it's essential to have a comprehensive Exchange monitoring tool in place.
Monitor Exchange server performance with Applications Manager's Exchange monitor which offers insights into the health and performance of your mail server with timely alerts in the event of a downtime. Applications Manager's Exchange server monitoring software helps ensure your Exchange Server is stable and running smoothly.
Measure memory and disk utilization simultaneously to ensure maximum uptime, and optimize the performance of your Exchange Server. Applications Manager's Exchange server monitoring tool also enables users to keep an eye on the status of various services running within Exchange Server, and track the response times of LDAP requests of Active Directory domain controllers associated with the server.
Applications Manager supports Microsoft Exchange server monitoring for multi-server roles like Mailbox, Client Access, Unified Messaging, Hub Transport, and Edge Transport. The Exchange monitor collects details about available server roles, different Exchange services, and performance counters critical to each server role.
Track integrated dial-in access performance, and monitor emails, voicemails, faxes, calendar information, and contacts. Make sure that all voice messages and emails are properly delivered to the mailbox by detecting mailbox access failures, directory access failures, number of rejected inbound calls, and other details provided by the messaging counters.
Monitor details like scan time, number of rejected or timed-out scan requests, blocked recipients, etc. to ensure better security against viruses and spam. You can also keep an eye on the load your servers are handling with load assessment counters, queue length counters, and edge sync counters with Applications Manager's Exchange monitoring insights.
Added support for PowerShell makes MS Exchange monitoring even easier for IT admins. Applications Manager's Exchange monitor offers more details about the available mailbox database size and space occupied, and helps detect the number of dormant or inactive mailboxes that can be deleted to free up storage. Additionally, you can verify that the same database is shared by many users and, if needed, move some users to another database.
For larger IT environments, there may be multiple servers that are part of a database availability group (DAG), which helps provide automatic database-level recovery from failures that affect individual servers or databases. Exchange monitoring tools provide a list of all member servers and the status of all database copies that are part of the DAG, and can help you keep a close eye on the status of DAG servers.
Application Manager's Exchange monitor provides in-depth analytics to complement your performance insights. It offers details about databases, their sizes, copy statuses, database failovers, and other critical parameters. Measure the performance of these critical parameters over time with attribute-wise performance reports, and predict future growth and utilization trends with machine learning (ML)-powered performance forecasting.
Exchange servers can be crucial to internal communications and sharing important resources within an organization. Any downtime or delay in the delivery of emails can severely impact various business operations, both within and outside the organization, highlighting the importance of using a comprehensive Exchange monitoring tool. Plan your exchange monitoring strategy with Applications Manager's robust platform. Start your 30-day, free trial today!
SolarWinds Server & Application Monitor (SAM) is designed to help you determine and monitoroverallmailbox capacityconstraints with easy-to-use dashboards for viewing mailbox database size, including volume usage, transaction logsize, and file size.
When storage volumes run out of available disk space, you may run into issues where Exchange is unable to store additional emails. High disk latency can also lead to performance issues, which is why planning disk storage using the Exchange server monitoring insights from SolarWinds SAM can be critical.
SolarWinds SAM is built to monitor Exchange Server for important metrics potentially impacting performance like mailbox database size, mount status, replication status, information store, and more. When SAM detects an issue, the tool can send an alert to allow you to quickly begin troubleshooting and resolving the issue in your physical and virtual Exchange environment.
Exchange monitoring is the process of monitoring Microsoft Exchange Server performance by tracking key metrics to help ensure servers are performing as expected, supporting quick issue resolution, and helping identify opportunities to improve performance.
Some of the key elements involved in Exchange monitoring include memory, CPU, utilization of Exchange servers, disk space, and monitoring the status of Windows Services related to your Microsoft Exchange Server. Monitoring Exchange components can also help inform important storage performance decisions, such as deploying high-performance disks and spindles, selecting the right RAID configuration, and aligning your disks to help improve performance.
Exchange monitoring tools are designed to simplify the process of tracking server performance by automating thecollection of metrics and compiling insights into actionable dashboards to help ensure your servers are performingwithout issues.
The Exchange monitoring tool in SAM is designed to proactively alert on key Exchange server performance metrics including transaction log size, average mailbox size, and database usage and free space. It can also constantly monitor the performance of the mailbox server, hub transport server and edge transport server. The Exchange monitoring tool then uses statistical baseline thresholds to alert on abnormal hub transport messages queued.
We have SCOM 2012 R2 setup to monitor our Exchange 2013 CU5 enviroment and we have gotten this error message about our Clustering going in to an unhealthy state a couple of times. We have checked the FSW and everything seems OK on its end. I cannot find much out there on this message, so any help would be greatly appreciated:
at Microsoft.Exchange.Monitoring.ReplicationCheck.Fail(LocalizedString error) at Microsoft.Exchange.Monitoring.QuorumGroupCheck.RunCheck() at Microsoft.Exchange.Monitoring.DagMemberCheck.InternalRun() at Microsoft.Exchange.Monitoring.ReplicationCheck.Run() at Microsoft.Exchange.Monitoring.ActiveMonitoring.HighAvailability.Probes.ReplicationHealthChecksProbeBase.RunReplicationCheck(Type checkType) Check 'Microsoft.Exchange.Monitoring.QuorumGroupCheck' did not Pass!Detail Message - Quorum resource 'Cluster Group' is not online on server 'exchange06'. Database availability group 'exchDAG' might not be reachable or may have lost redundancy. Error: File Share Witness (\\FSW01.company.com\exchDAG.company.com): Offline is offline. Please verify that the Cluster service is running on the server.
To comprehensively monitor your Exchange environment, you must monitor the health of the Exchange application and all associated elements (IIS, SQL Server, etc.), the health of the hardware that hosts the software (Exchange servers and load balancers), the performance of transactions from end-users to the Exchange environment, and the health of the storage devices where Exchange data is stored.
NetPath monitors paths from each office location to the Exchange load balancer. Use NetPath to verify that the load balancer is accessible, and to identify and troubleshoot any problem areas along the paths. 041b061a72