Lets you manage existing Monitors in the System. This includes actively scheduled Monitors as well as disabled Monitors.
|Run Now||Run the selected Monitor once. Does not schedule the Monitor for repeated execution if it is stopped.|
|Resume/Suspend||Schedule the selected Monitor for repeated execution using Schedule assigned to the Monitor during Monitor creation, or suspend the Monitor execution.|
|Stop||Stop the selected Monitor's execution. If the Monitor is scheduled for repeated execution, this schedule is removed.|
|Create||Create a new Monitor based on built-in Monitors and user-defined Plugins. The Monitor is assigned a schedule during creation for repeated execution, as well as an optional execution target. Monitor parameters depend on the Monitor type. For example, a Web-Transaction Monitor requires an execution script.|
|Edit||Edit the selected Monitor.|
|Delete||Delete the selected Monitor.|
|Refresh||Refresh the list of Monitors. Updates the state of the displayed Monitors.|
System, host and availability monitoring
Follow the steps described in Infrastructure monitoring tutorials to complete the System, Host, and Availability Monitoring configuration.
Get familiar with the measures the following monitors provide, how to complete the configuration, and how to analyze the results:
- Windows Performance Monitor to monitor your Windows environments.
- Unix System Monitoring to monitor Unix-based environments.
- SNMP Monitor to collect metrics with SNMP.
- VMware to monitor Guest, Virtual Machine and Physical Host.
- URL Monitor to monitor availability and performance of your application.
- Web Transaction Monitor to monitor a more complex synthetic web transaction.
See Manage and Develop User Plugins for information on creating your own monitors.