This 3 (half) days class provides students with the opportunity to learn comprehensive server and application monitoring principles.
The class is offered over a 3 consecutive (half) days and covers all Server and Application Monitor functionality and features provided.
Students will be able to take what they learn daily and immediately relate it to their production environments.
Students gain hands on experience creating new templates, working with SAM component monitors, and developing techniques for determining how to monitor the various layers of business services and applications.
The 3 (half) days will cover the following topics.
- SAM licensing
- Application Discovery
- SAM Component Monitors
- Windows Based Components
- Synthetic Transactions – User Experience Monitors
- Linux/Unix Script Monitors
- Assigning Application Monitor Templates
- Understanding Orion SAM Credentials
- SAM Component Monitor
- Including Applications & Component Status in Maps
Meet the Instructor
As a founding member of Loop1 and current Chairman and CEO, Bill has recently stepped back into the classroom to lead the SolarWinds training practice he established some ten years ago at Loop1. A natural instructor and self-proclaimed geek at heart, Bill has a passion for helping others with technology, and in particular, for translating technical concepts into plain English. He started his career as a network engineer and has been working with SolarWinds tools since 2000. He currently holds 5 SolarWinds Certified Professional (SCP) certifications (NPM, NCM, NTA, SAM, and A&D).
Darryl has spent the whole of his working career focused on the Management and Monitoring of IT Systems and networks, 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.