Attend the SolarWinds Alerting Masterclass and become a “power user” of the alerting functionality within SolarWinds Orion. Available as a 1-day class.
The SolarWinds Orion Management System is a highly cost effective and professional tool for monitoring network performance, troubleshooting and resolving network issues. Its built in discovery and monitoring tools, coupled with the web console front end and very flexible configuration options, enable the generation of huge amounts of valuable performance data. The key to successfully managing the network is filtering and prioritizing this performance data so that the right people see the right information at the right time and can take appropriate action in a timely manner.
This 1-day class takes an in depth look at the alerting and notification options provided by the Orion Management System within a dedicated training environment. Delegates have the opportunity to explore all aspects of alerting using the Orion Web Console.
- SolarWinds Orion System Architecture
- SolarWinds Terminology; Events, Notifications and Alerts
- Global Thresholds
- Overriding Global Thresholds
- View Design
- The Advanced Alert Manager; Alert Definitions and Alert Actions
- The Basics of Creating Alerts
- Creating an Alert Schema; Set Theory and SQL Queries
- Setting “Per Element” Thresholds for SAM
- Setting “Per Element” Thresholds for NPM
- Event Correlation and Root Cause
- Creating Dependencies
- Creating and Populating Groups
- Sending e-mails and Logging Alerts
- Alert Escalation Policies
- Integration with ServiceNow and SolarWinds Service Desk
- Launching External Programs; NCM Active Response
- Launching Scripts
Meet the Instructor
Darryl Drinkwater has spent his entire career focused on network and system management and monitoring technologies, often within secured environments. He has been working with SolarWinds software for more than 20 years, and currently holds all 8 available SCP’s, as well as being a SolarWinds Channel Champion.
Darryl has a background in training and development, with a post-graduate award from Cambridge University and a Fellowship from the Learning & Performance Institute. He has an evangelists zeal for implementing consistent, accurate and effective system monitoring following ITIL guidelines.
A typical week for Darryl consists of 50% end-user training and 50% consultancy provision for clients of all sizes and across all industry sectors. Darryl is a frequent participant and invited speaker at trade shows and conferences.