System Center Management Pack for Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 (15.0.652.19)

Всем привет!

Обновился MP для Exchange Server 2013.

Скачать можно здесь: Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 Management Pack (15.0.652.19)




Напомню, что предыдущая версия была 15.0.620.18 и представляла собой что-то непонятное. По сути все, чем занимался этот MP – это слежение за Microsoft-Exchange-ManagedAvailability/Monitoring каналом в EventLog. И все. И что самое приятное, теперь можно скачать полноценную документацию, в которой этот MP очень подробно описан.

Первое, что бросается в глаза – это изменение состава видов и dashboard’ов:

Что было:

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Что стало:

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Как видите, добавилось множество Performance видов компонент, которые имеют прямое отношение к работоспособности Exchange 2013. И, что еще лучше, добавились виды с performance счетчиков самого Exchange.


Отдельно стоит посмотреть на новые dashboard.


Organizational Summary Dashboard

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  1. Organizations – shows the list of discovered Exchange 2013 Organizations with their overall states, names, total number of alerts, number of Active Directory Sites, number of Database Availability Groups, number of Client Access and Mailbox servers, number of Mailbox Databases and Mailboxes. Some of these columns use background color to indicate how many respective objects are in healthy or unhealthy state (hover the mouse over red or green area to see the tooltip containing the exact number of objects in respective state).
  2. Organization Active Alerts – shows the list of active alerts triggered for the selected Organization or related (contained) objects.
  3. Exchange Servers – shows the list of Exchange 2013 Servers contained in the selected Exchange 2013 Organization. The list contains many columns which help to review server’s health: overall state, server name, total number of alerts, server roles, name of the Active Directory site, name of the Database Availability Group, name of the Client Access Array, number of Mailbox Databases, number of Mailboxes, number of Exchange 2013 Windows Services, number of Exchange 2013 IIS Application Pools, number of discovered Health Sets, current CPU and Memory usage, Exchange Server version, server’s IP addresses. Note: you may double click the name of the Server in the “Exchange Servers” widget to drill down to “Server Summary” dashboard (the dashboard will not contain the navigational list in the upper part of the dashboard in this case).
  4. Organization Performance – shows performance information for the selected Exchange 2013 Organization. This widget uses three types of tiles to show the performance information:
  • Performance Chart tile – shows the value of a performance counter over time (time range can be configured in Personalization Settings).
  • Performance Top tile – shows 5 instances of performance counter which have highest latest values. For example, “Exchange Server CPU Usage (%)” tile shows 5 Exchange 2013 Servers with highest total CPU utilization.
  • Performance Bottom Tile – shows 5 instances of performance counter which have lowest latest values. For example, “Exchange Server Disk Free Space (MP)” tile shows 5 disks used by Exchange 2013 Servers with lowest free space, in megabytes.


Server Summary Dashboard

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  1. Exchange Servers – shows the list of discovered Exchange 2013 Servers. The list contains many columns which help to review server’s health: overall state, server name, total number of alerts, server roles, name of the Active Directory site, name of the Database Availability Group, name of the Client Access Array, number of Mailbox Databases, number of Mailboxes, number of Exchange 2013 Windows Services, number of Exchange 2013 IIS Application Pools, number of discovered Health Sets, current CPU and Memory usage, Exchange Server version, server’s IP addresses.
  2. Details – shows properties for the selected Exchange 2013 Server.
  3. Server Components – shows the list and the overall health of Exchange 2013 Server Components hosted by the server. Components may include: Server Resources Health Sets, Service Components Health Sets, Customer Touch Points Health Sets, Key Dependencies Health Sets, Exchange IIS Application Pools, Exchange Windows Services and Exchange Mailbox Database Copies.
  4. Active Alerts – shows the list of active alerts triggered for the selected Exchange 2013 Server or related (contained) objects.
  5. Server Performance – shows performance information for the selected Exchange 2013 Server. This widget uses three types of tiles to show the performance information:
  • Performance Chart tile – shows the value of a performance counter over time (time range can be configured in Personalization Settings).
  • Performance Top tile – shows 5 instances of performance counter which have highest latest values. For example, “Exchange Windows Service Private Bytes (%)” tile shows 5 Exchange 2013 Windows Services (hosted on the selected Exchange 2013 Server) with highest memory consumption.
  • Performance Bottom Tile – shows 5 instances of performance counter which have lowest latest values. For example, “Exchange Server Disk Free Space (MP)” tile shows 5 disks used by the selected Exchange 2013 Server with lowest free space, in megabytes.


Думаю, все этого уже достаточно, чтобы как минимум протестировать новую версию MP.



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