Microsoft Exchange Server Monitoring
Microsoft Exchange Server is a number one present-day solution for corporate communication. Exchange supports MS SQL Server and integrates with Active Directory, hence, is widely used by small companies and large corporations. Most of business processes depend on its steady performance. If an Exchange server suffers serious faults, it permanently interrupts iternal and external company communication.
Therefore, it’s critical for companies to determine if Exchange servers are operating as efficiently as they can and have ways to foresee these faults. AggreGate Network Manager provides all-in-one solution for MS Exchange server management and performance monitoring.
Key AggreGate Network Manager Monitoring Capabilities
- Automatically control MS Exchange server basic performance parameters, including mail traffic, mailbox database, cache, address book, replications, interaction with Active Directory services, etc.
- Monitor various mail and attachment filters, control connections and access to shared folders
- Track Exchange service status, parameters and resources, their influence on the whole system
- Promptly identify system bottlenecks and increase Exchange performance
- Keep statistics and create reports on mailbox usage
- Adjust thresholds and service quality levels
- Create native user interfaces and easily add up required details to components
- Warn about possible problems and faults by sending SMS, e-mails or pop-up messages
MS Exchange Server Key Metrics
- Server state and error codes
- System resources consumed by MS Exchange (number of threads, virtual and physical memory in use, usage of page file and processor utilization)
- LDAP activity statistics (read-write-search time, number of requests, execution time)
- ActiveSync counters associated with mobile devices (average request time, number of queued requests, number of commands in process, cache fill and hit ratio)
- Operation of diverse subsystems (mailbox processing, threads, delays)
- Data on connections, locks, allow/block lists
- Email attachment statistics
- I/O and storage metrics (database size, cache hit ratio and size, delays in storage subsystem, read-write-search operations)
- Web access, replication, DNS metrics
- Performance efficiency with virtual memory
- Mail, RPC, SMTP traffic and many more