This guide provides an overview of JMX monitoring in FireScope, how to get started and code samples.How to collect Perfmon metrics
This article describes how to collect perfmon data from your windows servers and desktops.FireScope Agent Install Guide
This document explains how to install any of the FireScope Agents, as well as how to extend agents to collect proprietary or extended metricsCollecting Data via SNMP Trap
This document describes how to configure your FireScope appliance to listen for SNMP trap information.How to Setup a Device
This document describes how to setup a monitored asset or device with FireScope BSM.Import FireScope Virtual Appliance to ESX/ESXi 4.X Using VMware vSphere Client
Installing a FireScope Appliance from a VMWare VSphere Template format.Creating a Threshold
An Threshold is used to define constraints on attributes and provide notifications when these constraints are exceeded. For example, you may be monitoring average processor load on a specific Device and want to know when this average exceeds 70%.Setting the Time Zone for Your FireScope Appliance
This article describes how to set the correct time zone and time synchronization settings for your FireScope Appliance.Starting the Virtual Appliance
This document describes the steps for starting the FireScope virtual appliance.Collecting Event Data via Syslog
This article describes how to capture event data via syslog.
Want to learn more about configuring attributes for your Configuration Items? Then head on over to our Attribute Browser and get detailed information about parameters, usage and examples and more. Check it out
For step by step instructions on setting up Service Groups, managed Configuration Items and your service-levels, browse the FireScope Administration Guide.
After you've downloaded one of the FireScope agents, use this guide to install and extend the agent.