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Creating complex monitoring intervals

I am currently working on some new monitoring solutions for events on BizTalk server. Id love to set up something like below:'


Send an alarm if no events are recorded the last 60 minutes during the following hours:


Monday-Friday 11:00-20:00

Saturday 11:00-18:00

Sunday 12:00-18:00


Will a combination of "Full Interval" and "Partial Interval" monitoring acheive this? Or will that generate errors from the "Full interval" monitoring during hours not covered by the partial interval? It would be preferable to not receive error messages during hours when we expect no events.

 

I'd also like to do this without configuring loads of identical partial intervals. Is it possible to set a generic interval (11-20) and apply it to multiple days at a time? Maybe that is a question better submitted to the Feature Request board of the forum...


Regards,


Sebastian Källman

Integration Consultant


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Hi,


Thanks for good feedback!

We have now released a new version of the Non Events agent to support daily checks for events to minimize the administration.

You find the release notes for 4.4.0.6
https://support.integrationsoftware.se/support/discussions/topics/1000088514


The alert will stop at most 1 hour after the end of the end time. If your floating timespan is set to 1 hour or when the day has changed.

This configuration with Floating multiple days can not go over midnight.

This will give you 3 partial intervals to configure. instead of 7 for the floating interval.


Kind regards
Andreas Cider


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Hi,


Thanks for good feedback!

We have now released a new version of the Non Events agent to support daily checks for events to minimize the administration.

You find the release notes for 4.4.0.6
https://support.integrationsoftware.se/support/discussions/topics/1000088514


The alert will stop at most 1 hour after the end of the end time. If your floating timespan is set to 1 hour or when the day has changed.

This configuration with Floating multiple days can not go over midnight.

This will give you 3 partial intervals to configure. instead of 7 for the floating interval.


Kind regards
Andreas Cider


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