SPOTO trainer Trevor Sullivan demonstrates how to use the right tools to extract and make sense of your infrastructure health information.
This is the new DevOps training.
A network technician who doesn’t know systems monitoring is like pilots who don’t know their instruments or racecar drivers who don’t have a tachometer (that’s the RPM gauge). A network technician can be very competent and skilled at their job, but they need to have access to the data to diagnose and predict future problems.
This training focuses on the needs of network technicians who are currently working in systems monitoring. This training will familiarize you with the capabilities and costs of various tools, some free and others that cost a fee. It will make your job easier if you are familiar with the alerting, notification, and reporting tools available.
This three-part series discusses topics like maximising the data you can retrieve using Windows’ Task Manager, choosing the right alert, notification or reporting tool for your network and minimising unplanned downtime through advanced knowledge of infrastructure issues.
You can watch a video from the series here:
This series includes the following skills:
PowerShell allows you to monitor Windows performance counters and event logs.
Get Started with InfluxDB Systems Monitoring
This training covers the following topics:
PowerShell Event Handlers: Windows Event Log Arguments
Federation and Prometheus: Scaling Prometheus
Flux Query Data in InfluxDB
InfluxDB REST API Integration: PowerShell and PowerShell
Intro to Prometheus Open Source Monitoring
This training includes:
2 hours of training
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