- Updated on 01 May 2018
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One of the most common problems that administration teams encounter in a BizTalk environment is while monitoring/diagnosing the problems. If an error or failure happens on different servers, the administration team has to manually log in to each server to view server information or check the root cause of the problem. This is a time-consuming process and it poses severe security risks since team members will have full access permissions to log in to the server and perform any operations to fix the issues. BizTalk360 addresses this problem by providing you the capability to access BizTalk and SQL servers directly from the BizTalk360 UI.
Below instructions show you how to access a BizTalk server, but it works the same for SQL servers.
Follow the below steps to view the BizTalk Server information in BizTalk360:
Log into the BizTalk360 application
Click 'Operations' tab in the Navigation panel
Click the expand button against 'Infrastructure Setting' tab and select 'BizTalk Servers' link
The BizTalk Server page displays the below information
- Memory - This section provides information about the BizTalk server memory
- CPU - CPU usage information is displayed in this section
- Windows edition - This section provides information about the Windows edition installed in the server
- BizTalk/IIS edition - This section provides information about the BizTalk/IIS edition installed in the server
- Hardware - Hardware details of the server is displayed in this section
- Host Instances - Information about the number of host instances started/stopped is displayed here
- Server Usage - Server usage operations are listed in this section