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Monitoring and alerts

  • Updated: 9/08/2019
    • 11.3.x
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Monitoring and alerts

For monitoring and alerting, use built-in Windows functionality.

Windows built-in performance monitor solution

Use the Windows performance counters to capture vital information such as CPU load, memory, and other resources. Use Nagios for performance monitoring in a network environment.

  1. From Windows, open Performance Monitor.
  2. Create new data collector set. Then choose a data collector such as CPU, memory, or disk IO.
  3. In the Alert Box, specify the email address and SMS to be notified up on a failure.

Nagios

Nagios is a powerful enterprise-grade hardware, network, and server monitor and alert product that provides an instant awareness of your Automation Anywhere IT infrastructure. There are two parts to consider when it comes to monitoring as a strategy:

Monitoring

Objects to monitor for each group include, for example:
Machines
(machine, VM, devices, etc.) CPU load, memory pressure, disk space, disk IO, processes, and other system metrics. Machines include, for example, Control Room, BotFarm, and Bot Runner.
Network
Protocol, uptime, overload, throughput, ping, latency, DNS.
Application
bot running time, log peek, scheduling service, database service, web server, load balancing, log truncation.

Alerting

Nagios can send alerts when critical infrastructure components fail. It can also be configured to notify recovery. There are 3 alerting methods:
Email
Sends an email to administrator or IT team upon critical/important events.
SMS
Sends a text message upon critical events.
Custom script
Alerting logic can highly be customized based on several properties. For example, an escalation can be setup based on severity, time, etc.
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