PFE JumpStart PPTX Template

Report
Ted Sendler
Support Escalation Engineer
What does the SharePoint 2010 MP do?
How it works?
Getting Started
Optional Configuration
PFE recommendations
Questions?
2
Are my critical services running?
Access Services
Document Conversions Launcher Service
Document Conversions Load Balancer
Excel Calculation Services
InfoPath Forms Service
Managed Metadata Web Service
One Note Service
PerformancePoint Service
PowerPoint Web Service
3
Continued
Project Server Service
Project Server Events Service
Project Server Queuing Service
Secure Store Service
SharePoint Server Search
User Profile Service
Visio Graphics Service
Word Conversion Service
Word Viewing Service
4
Is my SharePoint application healthy?
Service availability and service restarts
SQL Server connection problems
Job Failing
Configuration Issues
Web Applications Unavailable
Performance monitoring and collection
5
SharePoint 2010 MP
State
Alert
Performance
What’s in the box?
Microsoft.SharePoint.Server.2010.mp
Microsoft.SharePoint.Foundation.2010.mp
Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010
Management Pack Guide.docx
Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010
Management Pack Guide.docx
SharePointMP.Config
7
MP has
175+ State Based Monitors
150+ Rules
12+ Tasks
10+ Linked Reports
8
Where Do the MPs Get This
Information?
Exec Stored_Procs
Perfmon
WMI (Perf/Event)
Script (.ps1 .vbs)
SNMP
LogFiles (txt csv http iis syslog)
Registry
LDAP
Etc. etc.
9
SharePoint
Foundation
2010
Farm Group
Farm
Server
Group
Service
Group
Shared
Service
Group
Server
SharePoint
Service
SharePoint
Shared
Service
1
1
Step 1 - Read the MP Guide!
Introduction
Getting Started
Before you import
Requirements
Optional configuration
Security considerations
Key monitoring scenarios
1
Before You Import
Create an override MP for tuning
Recommend Base OS MP is imported
Make sure Agent Proxy is enabled for all SQL
clusters
Ensure you have required hotfix levels for
agents
1
Create Run-As Account
Create a new Run As Account of type “Windows”
specifically for the SharePoint Monitoring
Account must be a farm administrator and have access
to SharePoint SQL DB. (SharePoint installation account
preferred)
Add computers to Distribution tab
1
SharePointMP.config
If x64 move file to C:\Program Files\System Center Management Packs\
Specify Association Account in SharePointMP.config
Specify Servers in SharePointMP.config
Run Task under SharePoint Administration State View
1
Disabled by Default
Access Data Services Cannot Create Session
Cache
SQL Database Connection Failed (Only
recommended for troubleshooting)
1
23 Manual reset monitors
We do not recommend having multi-homed
agent computers
1
SharePoint 2010 Management Pack
SharePoint Server Performance
Server Alert
Service Alert
Server Event
Service Event
Top Server Events
Top Service Events
Top Alerts
SharePoint Foundation Performance
Entity State
1
SharePoint 2010 Management Pack
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