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How to add Monitors in Sitescope – Its Simple and Easy

Adding monitors of any server or any application:

First, we need add the server to Sitescope and then we can create group and add the monitors. For how to add servers in Sitescope you can go to this link.

Creating Groups

Create Group: Creating group helps to group the monitors of a particular server in a particular group. For example, here I have created group name as ‘Linux Server’.

For creating groups click as shown in the following Image.

Create Group
Create Group
and give the group name as show in the image. I have given group name as Linux Server and Click on okay as shown in the following image.

Create Group Snapshot 2
Create Group Snapshot 2

Adding Monitors

Once you create the group we can add the monitors in this group as shown in the following image.

Right click on the group name and Click on new monitor.

Add Monitor
Add Monitor
 and now add the monitor that you want to monitor for example here I am adding CPU as shown in the following image. Here we can search for the monitors that are required.

Add Monitor Snapshot 2
Add Monitor Snapshot 2
And once you add the monitor. You need to select the server name as shown in the following image. 

Select Server Name
Select Server Name
And click on save and test. Once it is successfully added you will see the following image.

CPU Utilization Monitor
CPU Utilization Monitor
Deleting Group or Monitor:

Just right click on group or monitor and click on delete.

Comments

  1. just perfect .shown in a very simple way with a great clarity .

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  2. what if we want to apply this monitor to multiple servers?

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  3. can we apply this monitor on multiple servers in one shot?

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  4. I have to delete 200+ monitors under 200+ groups. Any idea how i can delete them in bulk? I do not wanna do it one by one! (the usual way)

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