Argent for SAP
SAP runs your business, Argent for SAP ensures your SAP runs flawlessly.
Argent monitors your SAP landscape in real time ensuring critical business functions never slows down, or worse, stop.
Argent simplifies monitoring the complex SAP environment and helps administrators troubleshoot issues before they become critical.
Argent for SAP installs in under 10 minutes, but has more power than any product on the market.
What are Instant Best Practices?
Instant Best Practices are Argent’s unique technology that combines the best expert knowledge into one fully-integrated solution.
Until Instant Best Practices, you’d have to read tedious White Papers, download and install quirky scripts, install so-called “Management” packs, find a slew of vendors’ add-ons, etc, etc, etc.
All these tedious chores took you time and not to mention all the finger pointing from different vendors.
Rather than being a manager and looking to move up the food chain, you were stuck wasting your time doing the donkey work of trying to make yet-another badly written script work for your environment.
Argent Instant Best Practices – Ready For Tomorrow
With Argent’s unique technology, hassles are a thing of the past.
There are a lot of critical variables, thresholds, metrics and components you need to be on top of.
But there’s the rub – what variables should you monitor?
Even after you’ve read all the dozens of Technical Papers, Tuning Guides, downloaded all the scripts, you now have to decide what values make sense.
With Argent’s Instant Best Practices, all the donkey work is done for you – Instant Best Practices has all the critical variables and values defined.
In one click you can have Argent Instant Best Practices working for you.
- Access Point Status
- Dispatcher Queue Status
- Enqueue Lock Counts
- Enqueue Server Statistics
- Host Agent Status
- Instance Status
- Open Alerts
- Process Status
- SAP/Oraclce Services
- Trace Files
- Garbage Collection
- Heap Memory
- Java Instance Components
- Java Instance Thread
- EJB Sessions
- Remote Object Connections
- Shared Memory Table
- System Log Rules
- Work Process Rules
- Cache Entries Count
- Cache Size
- Proxy Connection Status
- Thread Status
- Worker Thread Count
- CPU Usage
- Disk Usage
- Memory Usage
- Service Level Agreement
- Windows Events