I’d like to have a performance line chart that displays the number of alerts raised each day. This is easy to show as a list in the SQL query tile with a commonly available SQL query but a pretty picture for NOC screen is better.
Is there a way to do this with SquaredUp natively that I’m missing ???
Squared Up ships with an inbuilt dashboard pack for SCOM. One of the dashboards, SCOM – Alerts, contains a performance graph for Active Alerts – Last 7 days. You can search for this dashboard in the global search (top right).
The performance metric targets the All Management Servers Resource Pool.
Scope: All Management Servers Resource Pool
Metric: ManagementGroupAlerts – AlertsCount
No need to do this outside of the product/create a custom solution, your monitoring already allows this 😉
I think the only way to accomplish this is to have the Events written down as Performance data in the OpsDB/DW.
Tao Yang has an example here where he creates a performance rule to collect Events. Once you have it in the DB you can visualize it as a graph in Squared Up.
Jelly is correct. I read Events as in Windows Events 🙂
We find the SCOM -Alerts looks weird on our system. Haven’t figured out why.