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Azure health services: Track Microsoft cloud outages and maintenance

8 septembre 2021 à 16:15

Get familiar with Azure Status dashboard, Azure Service Health, Service Health Alerts, Azure Resource Health, and Azure Resource Graph to ensure you're never surprised by a planned or unplanned outage that could affect your Microsoft Azure deployments.

The post Azure health services: Track Microsoft cloud outages and maintenance first appeared on 4sysops.

Install and configure Amazon CloudWatch Agent on EC2 instances

1 septembre 2021 à 15:53

The Amazon CloudWatch Agent enables you to collect metrics, custom metrics, and logs from within Windows and Linux EC2 instances. This step-by-step guide explains how to install and configure the Amazon CloudWatch Agent on EC2 instances.

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Pulseway remote monitoring with client portal and self-service troubleshooting

11 août 2021 à 15:48

Monitoring and managing remote endpoints and supporting remote users can be challenging. The latest release of Pulseway RMM provides a new client portal to help businesses meet these challenges.

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Checkmk: A monitoring solution for just about everything

22 juin 2021 à 17:51

The Checkmk monitoring solution provides both an open-source and an enterprise monitoring solution that allows companies to access a wide range of monitoring capabilities. This review of Checkmk features looks at the latest version, Checkmk 2.0.

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Using the Convert-EventLogRecord function alongside the Get-WinEvent PowerShell cmdlet to search Windows event logs

9 juin 2021 à 20:21
Par : Paul Masek

Finding a particular event in the Windows Event Viewer to troubleshoot a certain issue is often a difficult, cumbersome task. With the help of PowerShell and the Convert-EventLogRecord function from Jeffery Hicks, it is much easier to search for events in the Event Log than with the Event Viewer or the Get-WinEvent cmdlet.

The post Using the Convert-EventLogRecord function alongside the Get-WinEvent PowerShell cmdlet to search Windows event logs first appeared on 4sysops.
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