In general, Exchange environments undergo constant modification due to frequent organizational updates. In large organizations, a typical week might record events in the thousands. Tracking each event manually is impossible for admins. This is why you need a tool that can track and monitor Exchange activities.
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This monitoring tool provides a broad overview of Exchange Servers 2003, 2007, 2010, 2013, and 2016. It covers monitoring across the three key components of the Exchange environment—Exchange Servers, database availability groups (DAGs), and Exchange databases.
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Exchange Reporter Plus allows you to proactively monitor the following components:
Exchange Reporter Plus provides an overview of the entire Exchange organization. The software displays data in graphical and tabular formats under the following sub heads:
This dashboard summarizes monitoring parameters such as alerts count, critical servers, and databases at the organizational level. It also shows the top 10 servers that utilize the most CPU and memory.
This interface allows the administrator to find relevant monitoring data about Database Availability Groups (DAGs). Learn More
This section monitors and provides an overview of server-related parameters such as mailflow and POP latency. It also allows you to check the recent alerts generated within the server.
Server Overview is further classified based on key Exchange roles such as:
Client access role: Identifies monitoring data based on client access roles such as IMAP, POP, web service, and ECP connectivity. Users can get to know details such as uptime and average latency.
Mailbox role: Shows mailbox-related roles and monitors mail flow Health, replication service, and assistance service health.
Other roles: In other Exchange Roles, services such as HUB Role, UM Role, and more are monitored, and admins can analyze a record of the respective downtime for each service.
CPU and memory usage: The dashboard offers a quick snapshot of CPU and memory usage details in your organization. The most recent alerts, along with their severity, are also displayed. Learn More
This interface formulates Exchange Database monitoring data into graphs depicting the dynamism of latency during the course of each day. It uses parameters such as MAPI Connectivity Latency and Exchange Search Time. Learn More
This is a provision to gain quick access to monitoring data specific to each component of the Exchange Environment: Database, Servers, and DAG. This interface helps the user in analyzing key parameters of the component, in a single window.
The Dashboard view in this monitoring tool is a result of data collected by monitoring reports. The formulation of graphs, tables and charts occurs only when the dashboard program borrows the required data from that gathered by running Windows PowerShell command-lets. With this feature, admins can now analyze activities with greater efficiency, and devise strategies for effective Exchange management.