It was a hot day here in Veeam Management Pack R&D Teeam, we’re getting closer and closer to feature complete deadline and code freeze. I’ve spent few days on reviewing performance reports MP and ended with rebuilding it from the scratch – 36 reports, 175 performance collection rules, 853 report-rule links. When I was done, I took a short break, grabbed latest versions of some frequently used management packs, run my MP parsing tool and got some interesting stats.
Do you know what’s inside of your favourite management pack? Do you use it at 100%?
The table below shows the number of performance collection rules which post data to the OpsMgr Data Warehouse.
|Management Pack||Performance Collection Rules|
|true||on Essential Monitoring||on Standard Monitoring||false|
|Exchange Server 2010||173||518||691|
|Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Products Management Pack||19||19|
|Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010 Management Pack||1||1|
|Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2013 (Monitoring)||1||1|
|Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013 (Monitoring)||13||13|
|Microsoft SQL Server 2012 AlwaysOn Monitoring Management Pack||21||21|
|SQL Server 2005 (Monitoring)||52||3||55|
|SQL Server 2008 (Monitoring)||52||13||65|
|SQL Server 2012 (Monitoring)||52||52|
|Veeam Virtualization Extensions Base Discovery||12||12|
|Veeam Virtualization Extensions VMware Monitoring||161||161|
|Veeam Virtualization Extensions VMware vCenter Monitoring||2||2|
|Windows Server 2000 Operating System||14||15||5||34|
|Windows Server 2003 Operating System||19||45||64|
|Windows Server 2008 Operating System (Monitoring)||19||45||64|
|Windows Server 2012 Operating System (Monitoring)||19||45||64|
|Windows Server Cluster Disks Monitoring||3||3|