Setting Up your Central Monitoring
This section contains documents about setting up your central monitoring - from the general approach in the Monitoring Setup Guide to the installation of different Monitoring Agents and the use of the SAP Management Console.
For general information about monitoring, see Monitoring your SAP NetWeaver Components.
This document describes how you can quickly and easily perform the configuration for the monitoring of a system landscape based on SAP NetWeaver 7.0 SP Stack 18. It is a prerequisite that you have already completed the actual installation of the relevant components.
This document describes how you can quickly and easily perform the configuration for the monitoring of a system landscape based on SAP NetWeaver 7.0 EhP 1, SP Stack 05. It is a prerequisite that you have already completed the actual installation of the relevant components.
The Global Workload Monitor (transaction ST03G) displays statistical records for entire landscapes and therefore allows the analysis of statistical data both for ABAP and for DSR components. The SAP Tutor contains the setup of the Global Workload Monitor for the most important cases, namely displaying the statistical data for ABAP, Java, and double-stack systems.
The SAP Tutor describes the installation and registration of CCMS Agents for monitoring of an ABAP instance with the agent SAPCCM4X, monitoring of a Java instance with the agent SAPCCMSR and monitoring of an other component with the operating system collector SAPOSCOL and the agent SAPCCMSR.
CCMSPING is a standalone program outside the SAP system with which you can centrally monitor the availability of a large number of components. This SAP Tutor presents an overview of availability monitoring with CCMSPING; from installing the availability agent CCMSPING, through configuring availability monitoring, to displaying the availability data in the Alert Monitor.
This weblog introduces the SAP Management Console (SAP MC). It provides similar functions as the well-known SAP Microsoft Management Console (SAP MMC), but it's a Java applet that can be run from any Web browser supporting Java.