PowerShell Day-to-Day Admin Tasks: Monitoring Performance

Posted by: Simple Talk, on 01 Jul 2015 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

By reading performance counters from services such as SQL Server or Exchange, you can get a wealth of performance information. By automating the process of gathering and storing appropriate counters, you can routinely check a range of devices quickly using visual tools such as PerfMon. By then creating your own counters, you can add counter-based metrics to anything that can be measured programmatically, such as services, applications, processes such as ETL, or deployments....

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