Maintenance Alarm Exclusions
Currently Alarms to keep enabled during Maintenance is a 'global' setting across all Maintenance schedules.
Depending on the 'maintenance' being done alters the alarms that should stay active.
For example, Server Patching with reboots may have no alarms that are left reporting.
Whereas installing/updating various BizTalk applications alarms monitoring network/infrastructure of the environment would want to be left 'active'1 vote
Implementation of Maintenance Alarm exclusions per maintenance schedule is covered in the latest version of BizTalk360 (10.2)
Occasionally I find it necessary to disable specific data monitors while a specific process is down or temporarily on hold. I don't want to disable the entire associated Alarm, as that would impact more than wanted. Since there is no Disable/Enable feature, I am forced to delete and recreate the Data Monitor instead.1 vote
From version 10.3 on the data monitoring schedule can be enabled or disabled based on the need .
We use data monitoring mainly for measuring purposes (analytics) and not for guarding the environment/processes.
To keep everything clean (especially when filtering the data monitor results) we do want to combine them into the same alarms as we use for guarding thresholds on the servers/artifacts.
So we would like to be able to disable alarm-triggers on each/all data monitor, the monitor just has to measure and put the result in its dashboard.1 vote
Now the data monitoring schedules can be disabled to stop monitor.
In the DataMonitoring DashBoard, when we click on a particular alarm in the calendar, it displays the detail in a pane that is opened at the right.
But when this panel is displayed, if we click on another alarm the detail of this alarm does not replace the one that is currently displayed.
And sometimes when we click on the alarm nothing happened, the detail is not displayed.1 vote
BizTalk360 UI is revamped now, in which the data monitoring dashboard is improved a lot . Upgrade to latest version to see the changes .
When defining a new process monitor, the list of receive locations or send ports should be sorted in the alphabetical order and/or it could be great to have a search filter.1 vote
In the latest version of BizTalk360 v10.2, Receive Location/Send Ports are displayed in alphabetical order
We have features to generate MBV / BHM reports for specific interval or schedule.
it will be good to have a email functionality so that these reports can be configured to be sent to a particular email address / distribution.1 vote
Is there an API available that will allow me to create/update an alarm?
We have built a .Net based deployment tool that takes care of all of our deployments and it would be good if we could tie in the Alarm create/update for new artefacts as part of this process.
By Patrick Smith.1 vote
API's are exposed in BizTalk360 API documentation.
We understand Email alerts will be sent only when the count is back to zero when number of alerts reaches its limit. In future versions, we hope independent email configuration for all the ports regardless of alert count with other port failures.
Idea shared by Suveera Nagabhyrava.1 vote
Hi , By enabling the Alert Reset Option in the Alarm configuration, the system will automatically reset the alert count when it reaches the limit.
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