HP SiteScope software monitors the availability and performance of distributed IT infrastructures—including servers, operating systems, network and Internet. HP SiteScope and HP System Availability Management software. HP SiteScope agentless monitoring is complementary to agent-based solutions. SiteScope monitors collect key performance measurements and report email transmission, and SNMP data on servers running Windows, HP-UX, and Solaris.
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HP SiteScope is agentless monitoring software focused on monitoring the availability and performance of distributed IT infrastructures, including ServersNetwork devices and services sitwscope, Applications and application componentsoperating systems and various IT enterprise components. For this reason, SiteScope must be able to access servers, systems, and applications throughout the network.
This page was last edited on 26 Decemberat The methods used by SiteScope for monitoring systems, servers, and applications can be divided into two categories:.
For example, the solutions for Microsoft Exchange monitoring include performance counter, event log, MAPI, and Exchange application specific monitor types. SiteScope also includes alert template types that you can use to communicate and record event information in a h; of media. Retrieved from ” https: Create account Sign in. Retrieved from ” https: The latest release of Micro Focus SiteScope is version SiteScope monitors collect key performance measurements and report topology on a wide range of back-end infrastructure components.
On the Microsoft Windows platform, SiteScope also makes use of Windows performance counter libraries. The following diagram shows a general overview of agentless monitoring with SiteScope.
SiteScope can be configured to send alerts whenever it detects a problem in the IT infrastructure. Rate this page 0. To help you deploy monitors with similar monitoring configuration criteria across the enterprise, you can define templates, or use preconfigured SiteScope solution templates. These types of monitors are generally independent of the platform or operating system on which SiteScope is running.
Views Read Edit View history. In addition, SiteScope can create reports for monitors or monitor group s that display information about how the servers and applications you are monitoring have performed over time. You can customize alert templates to meet the needs of your organization. Business software Computer performance HP software.
Some limitations exist in monitoring across different operating systems for monitor types that rely on platform-specific services. A Secure Shell server must be installed on each Windows machine that you want titorial monitor in this way. SiteScope monitors make requests of services on remote machines to gather data on performance and availability.
HP SiteScope supports more than types of application  in physical and virtual environments and can monitor servers, databases, applications, networks, web transactions, streaming technology and integration technology, as well as generic elements including np, scripts and directories.
This category includes monitor types that log on as a client to a remote machine and request information. For example, if SiteScope is running under an account with the username sitescoperemote login sltescope on servers that are to be monitored by this SiteScope installation need to have user login accounts configured for the sitescope user.
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Manage UI provide mobility: Retrieved 24 April The majority of SiteScope monitoring is performed by emulating Web or network clients that make requests of servers and applications in the network environment. You need to enable login sitescop on each server for which you want SiteScope to access system data remotely. The methods used by SiteScope for monitoring systems, servers, and applications can be divided into two categories: