The third generation of GreenLight extends your monitoring options in hybrid IBM-Microsoft environments. Four new GreenLight Sensors gather valuable Windows and Exchange statistics.
Windows Services, Performance Counter, Exchange Connectivity and System-Health help you keep an eye on even more aspects of your IT infrastructure.
Three Sensors evaluating the quality of IBM Sametime services round off the innovations in GreenLight 3.0. Due to the End-to-End focus of our new Sametime sensors, the whole range of information is also available in IBM Connections Cloud environments. Whether chat, meeting or multisite file upload, GreenLight immediately draws attention to services or locations performing below your quality standards.
In GreenLight’s powerful charting and reporting framework, all Windows and Sametime statistics can be visualized in interactive charts.
This chart presents the number of successful and failed tests of the Exchange Connectivity Sensors. You can perform up to seven checks using this sensor: API, OTLK, OWA, IMAP, POP, Active Sync and Replication Health. In order to prevent global problems as shown in this case, individual alerts can be set up in GreenLight. This helps administrators to proactively react as soon as the first check fails.
In this IBM Sametime Multisite Sensor example, the upload time of a 1MB attachment to a Sametime Meeting Room is measured from all locations. The chart states that upload time was almost identical regardless of a user’s location (Austria, Japan, USA).