Making your life easier: Creating thresholds with IBM Monitoring v8.1

Originally published here by Fran Martinez, May 25, 2015. Thresholds are used to compare the sampled value of an attribute with the value set in the threshold. If the sampled value satisfies the comparison, an event is opened arriving to “Event Status”. The event closes automatically when the threshold comparison is no longer true. ...  Continue reading Making your life easier: Creating thresholds with IBM Monitoring v8.1

Announcing availability of IBM Performance Management vNext beta program

Originally published here by Kim O'Connor, May 20, 2015. We are delighted to announce our beta for the IBM Performance Management portfolio, which in this release adds three new on premises offerings, and enhanced capabilities for IBM Monitoring. The new offerings are the on-premise delivery for IBM Application Performance Management, IBM Application Performance Management...  Continue reading Announcing availability of IBM Performance Management vNext beta program

Making your life easier: Installing IBM Monitoring v8.1 On-Premise

Originally published here by Fran Martinez, May 18, 2015. This document covers the installation of the new IBM monitoring 8.1 version on Linux RedHat 6.3 following the below points. It also describes some problems and their solutions in case we face them. A. Pre-requisites. B. Requirement C. Installation A. Pre-requisites: Certain ports must be available before you...  Continue reading Making your life easier: Installing IBM Monitoring v8.1 On-Premise