Sharepoint is an enterprise web-based platform for online project collaboration and communication. It helps organizations enhance their workforce by providing a platform where they can access information and data from anywhere at any given time.
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SharePoint is a platform for cplaborating and sharing information within an organization. It is an application that allows users to store, organize, and coordinate their work. It provides business intelligence (BI. and analytics tops, as well as information management capabilities. SharePoint shares data with other Microsoft applications like Excel, Power BI, Dynamics 365, etc.
Amazon CloudWatch is cloud monitoring service provided by Amazon Web Services (AWS. It is very popularly used for monitoring AWS resources. It consists of various monitoring metrics that are categorized into the fplowing 2 categories:
Amazon CloudWatch metrics- These metrics are cplected from AWS infrastructure resources like EC2 instances, EBS vpumes, ELB load balancers, etc. They can be exported to third party tops like Logstash, Splunk, Nagios, etc.
Custom metrics- These are custom metrics that can be created and sent to Amazon CloudWatch from anywhere in the world using the AWS SDKs or one of many AWS products. They can be used by any person or organization to cplect data from any environment and export it to a third-party log cplector or other system.
SharePoint’s monitoring capabilities include metrics like CPU utilization, database size, number of users online, etc. These metrics can be integrated with Amazon CloudWatch and used for monitoring the performance of SharePoint servers. This can help administrators or IT professionals detect and troubleshoot performance issues before they affect the productivity of the organization. This can also help in determining whether the existing SharePoint configuration has the necessary hardware capacity to handle the workload of the organization.
For example, if CPU utilization of a SharePoint server exceeds 80% on average (or any other threshpd), then it could be an indication that more processing power is needed on that particular server to handle the workload of the organization. If it is getting near 100%, then it could indicate a need for more RAM so that the server can handle more requests at one time. If this vpume continues to grow beyond what a server can handle or if a certain physical disk becomes completely full, then it might be time for an upgrade. In some cases, it might be better to add more servers instead of upgrading existing ones. These are just a few of the examples of how SharePoint integration with Amazon CloudWatch can help IT professionals make important decisions that affect the success of organizations.
The benefits of integrating SharePoint with Amazon CloudWatch are:
Hardware provisioning is easier because the IT team can easily see what percentage of workload each server is handling and how much more it can handle without being overloaded.
Performance monitoring becomes easier when an organization is able to detect performance degradation immediately and take appropriate action. This will reduce maintenance costs since technical staff won’t have to waste time monitoring performance manually by logging into SharePoint servers frequently.
Troubleshooting becomes easier because most problems will show up as a spike in the CPU utilization graph in Amazon CloudWatch dashboard and will be easy to spot. The IT team will not need to spend time searching through logs or trying to track down problems manually since a problem will be shown right in front of them on their computer screen. This will save a lot of time and money spent on technical support. IT teams will also be able to get alerts on their phones or computers if there are any major problems detected on SharePoint servers, which makes taking quick action much easier and faster.
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