Monitoring Windows Server OS with Lumagate and OMS – Public Preview


Today we’re announcing the public preview of Lumagate’s Windows Server OS monitoring solution for Operations Management Suite (OMS). With OMS Insight & Analytics, you can monitor workloads across any Windows Server and Linux source by using out-of-the-box solutions and visualizations. Now with the Windows Server OS solution, you can see the health and performance of all your Windows Server workloads in a single dashboard view.

This new solution helps you:

  • Easily identify and solve performance issues
  • See rich Windows Server metrics in an easy-to-digest visual format
  • Troubleshoot Windows Server applications
  • Monitor Azure virtual machines, virtual machines in other clouds, or on-premises virtual machines

Dashboard to view the health and performance of all your Windows Server workloads

For more information and configuration options, see the Lumagate blog post, here: http://www.lumagate.com/news/monitoring-windows-os-with-lumagate-and-oms

The full documentation for the solution is here: https://github.com/Lumagate/WindowsServerOSSolutionDocs

You can find it in the Azure Marketplace under the Monitoring + Management section or by searching for “Windows Server OS Monitoring” or “Lumagate”.  Go grab it and deploy it in your Log Analytics workspace at no additional cost.

 

Comments (4)

  1. Johny says:

    The solution is great but it can be further improved. For example the DISK UTILIZATIONS views. If you are monitoring your DPM server with OMS you will see all the disk relateed to DPM (C:\\Program Files\\Microsoft System Center 2012 R2\\DPM\\DPM\\Volumes) under disk utilitzations. Because the view is set to show top 10 disk some logical disk C: from other servers are not present in the view.
    The solution can be Edited right? if I change the query whether this will affect on solution to work properly or not?

    1. You can edit the view and change the query you want to exclude some disks. This will not affect the solution. If there is future update of the solution you may have to do the same procedure after you apply the update.

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