LENGTH: 24 Hours
This course teaches new and experienced operators, administrators, and implementers of Application Performance Management v8.1.4 how to effectively use the tools to manage their enterprise monitoring needs.
IBM Cloud Application Performance Management v8.1.4 monitors the performance and availability of computer operating systems and applications
In this course, you learn about the IBM Cloud Application Performance Management architecture and how to install and configure the product. You also learn how to navigate the Cloud APM console to manage events and user access privileges. The course also covers integration with other products, such as Netcool/OMNIbus, IBM Tivoli Monitoring, and the Dashboard Application Services Hub.
The lab environment for this course uses the RHEL 7.3 and Windows 2012 Server platforms.
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After completing this course, you should be able to:
This course is designed for operators, administrators, and implementers.
Before taking this course, you should be able to navigate Linux and Windows applications, and have a working knowledge of an Internet browser.
Course introductionIntroduction to IBM Cloud Application Performance ManagementCloud APM server installationInstalling, configuring, and managing Cloud APM agentsAdministrationMonitoring eventsMonitoring the end user experience of applicationsMonitoring applications with synthetic transactionsMonitoring resourcesTracking transactions through application componentsIntroduction to deep-dive diagnosisIntegrating Cloud APM with other productsReporting and 7-day comparison
31 Mar 2023
Self Paced Training