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It's one of the common practice in supporting a BizTalk environment for support people to maintain daily/weekly routine to take a look at the overall health status of BizTalk environment(s). BizTalk360 helps to automate that process by creating a daily health check/status alarm at set timing (ex: Mon-Fri, 10 AM).  When you are creating an alarm, on the "Status Alert" page, you can set up the status alarms to monitor the health of the environment on a periodic basis. You can configure the days/times as per your convenience/requirement.


Setting Up Daily Health Check/Status Monitoring

  1. Log in to the BizTalk360 application 
  2. Click 'Monitoring and Notification' in the Menu panel on the left side of the screen 
  3. Select 'Manage Alarms' from the drop down in the top right corner of the screen 
  4. Click 'New Alarm'. Enter a descriptive name for the Alarm, Email id (you can enter multiple email ids as comma separated values), and Alarm Description 
  5. Click > to enter the Threshold Alert page 
  6. Uncheck the 'Alert on threshold violation' check box
  7. Click > to enter the Status Alert page
  8. On this page you have option to choose the days and times you want to receive periodic update about the health of your environment
  9. You can either click OK or Click > to move to the last screen to add some Advanced Settings like SMS configuration, HPOM configuration etc
  10. The alarm will be created and you will be redirected to the Manage Alarms page. The Manage Alarms page will list the alarms that have been created for the environment.

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The Create Alarm screen allows you to configure both threshold as well as health check/status monitoring and notification within a single alarm. You have the option to either configure them separately on it's own alarms or you can configure all both of them together in single alarm.


Once the alarm is configured, then you can associate various sections like receive locations status, send ports status, disk, CPU, memory status etc all to the alarm. It will be checked periodically and you'll receive an email as shown below.


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