Applications Manager now supports MS Office SharePoint server. It can automatically diagnose, notify and correct the performance and availability problems that may occur. Applications Manager provides comprehensive fault management and proactive alert notifications for any impending problems and triggering corrective actions. It also gathers performance data for future planning, analysis and reporting and are supported out-of-the-box.

Some of the key performance metrics include:

  • Office Search Gatherer ( Reason To Back Off, Active Queue Length, Threads In Plugins, Delayed Documents, etc.)
  • Excel Services Web Frontend (Active Requests, Requests Per Second)
  • Document Conversions (Incoming EMail Messages Processed, Pending Conversions)
  • Active Server Pages (Errors/sec, Requests Queued, Requests Rejected, Requests/sec, Current Sessions, etc.)
  • Share Point Server Servcies ( Service Name, Status, Health, Availability) and much more…

Here are some screenshots of Applications Manager monitoring MS Office SharePoint:

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  1. Ian :

    What kind of metrics are you looking for Microsoft Dynamics CRM ? Do mail us in support.

  2. crm ms…

    Didn’t realise there was this type of information out there…

  3. Hi Ian,

    Currently we do not support MS Dynamics CRM3 and 4 out-of-the-box. However, you can monitor MS Dynamics CRM3 and 4 through script monitoring. You can write your own script and use Custom monitor to monitor the same.

  4. Ian

    This is good news. Are there plans to provide the same support for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 3 and 4?

  5. Hi Tim,

    Thanks for your comment. We currently provide data for the following statistics:

    Office Search Archival Plugin

    > Active Docs in First Queue
    > Total Docs in First Queue
    > Active Docs in Second Queue
    > Total Docs in Second Queue
    > Total Documents
    > Error Documents
    > Active Queue
    > Bulk Insert Sessions

    Office Search Schema Plugin

    > Aliases Loaded
    > Aliases Mapped
    > Duplicate Aliases
    > Error Documents
    > Refresh Count
    > Total Documents
    > Total Properties Processed

    Office Server Search Indexer Catalogs

    > Failed Queries
    > Succeeded Queries
    > Queries
    > Documents Filtered
    > Index Size

    However, we are currently working on to add more improvements.

  6. Tim Barkley

    great post… but what about a web analytics solution for SharePoint Search – just like Google analytics but for SharePoint – so we can really start understanding what’s going on in there…??