Start using Domino 6 Server Health Monitoring now

by Volker Weber

Who better to announce the significance of Server Health Monitoring than Al Zollar, Lotus General Manager, in the Opening General Session at Lotusphere 2002. Al described Tivoli's new product offering -- Server Health Management and Planning Toolset, including Server Health Monitoring -- as a fundamental change to the way that Domino administrators work. This tool keeps you ahead of your user population by providing greater server up-time, more efficient utilization of your existing resources, and improved Domino server responsiveness. It also helps you reduce your total cost of ownership.

Once you put this tool in action, you can see these benefits for yourself. The good news is, you don't have to wait for Domino 6 to start using Server Health Monitoring; you can implement it now, in your R5 environment. Then, when you migrate to a Domino 6 environment, you'll already have experience with this tool and your servers will easily fit within this monitoring "network."

In this article, you'll learn how you can take advantage of the Server Health Monitoring features in an R5 or Domino 6 environment. This article is for both new and experienced Domino administrator and assumes only basic experience administering a Domino network.

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