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Health Model Design Overview

更新日期: 2010年4月

適用於: System Center Operations Manager 2007

Designing a health model System Center Operations Manager 2007 for an application consists of determining the required set of monitors to accurately measure the health of each class in the service model. Dependency monitors are defined to order to roll up health between classes and provide an overall application health. Rules are added to collect valuable information for analysis and reporting.

The following sections provide a basic process to help you design a health model to monitor an application. This process is not intended to apply to all applications, although this assumes a service model that uses the basic process presented in the Service Model Design Overview section of this guide. The basic principles followed in both processes should apply to most applications monitored by a management pack.

章節內容

Failure Mode Analysis
Overview of a process for software developers to follow what they include monitoring instrumentation in an application.

Defining Monitors
Basic process for defining a set of monitors to accurately measure the health of each class in the service model.

Defining Rules
Basic process for defining rules to augment health monitoring by collecting data for analysis and reporting.

Practices to Avoid
Common practices to avoid when you design a health model.

 
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