How to Monitor SAP Application Servers with SCOM OpsMgr

How to Monitor SAP Application Servers with SCOM OpsMgr? Monitoring SAP systems, Applications, and Database are a multi-faceted exercise and with this complexity reaching optimal performance is not an easy goal. 

SCOM/OpsMgr natively can’t handle the integrities of the entire SAP environment. Rather, we need to have SCOM SAP Management Pack (MP) to monitor the SAP server infrastructure.

I would prefer to have only one monitoring solution for entire enterprise application servers rather than application-specific monitoring for each application server.

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In this case, for SAP, we can use Self-Monitoring of the Monitoring and Alerting Infrastructure within SAP. However, it would not be easy to handle different consoles to monitor different applications. I prefer to use SCOM/OpsMgr as a single plane of glass for all the application monitoring.

How to Monitor SAP Application Servers with SCOM OpsMgr

NiCE provides SAP Management Pack for SCOM, and you can get more details

here

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The NiCE SAP MP for SCOM was designed to integrate seamlessly with SCOM/OpsMgr. The SAP MP has an easy-to-deploy architecture that does not require additional servers, proxies, or appliances to be installed. How to Monitor SAP Application Servers with SCOM OpsMgr?

It can connect directly to standalone SAP Systems or Solution Managers with automatic discovery of all satellite systems. This monitoring solution was designed to increase the productivity of both the Microsoft SCOM administrator and operator, allowing them to identify problems quickly.

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