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Peter Andersson
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I've already got a female to worry about. Her name is the Enterprise.
-- Kirk, "The Corbomite Maneuver", stardate 1514.0

 

Background

At op5 we often run into BizTalk at customer sites as a business critical application. We have done an investigation and come up with a plugin  to monitor BizTalk.

To fully understand this document BizTalk knowledge is necessary.

 

Solution

op5 has developed a plugin that can monitor the following at a BizTalk server:

  • Recieve locations – Verify that they are enabled.
  • Send Ports – Verify that they are in Started state
  • Group Overview – Catch messages in the message queue that are in state Suspended. The different type of messages are:
    • Dehydrated
    • Suspended
    • Queue

The plugin license is GPLv3 so it is free for any one to use and enhance.

 

 

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2 Responses to “Monitoring BizTalk with Nagios or op5 Monitor”

  1. Tommy Says:

    Hi,do you have any examples for the syntax?
    I get this error but I can connect to the DB with other checks with the same user and password.
     
    root@monitor:/opt/plugins# ./check_biztalk -U XXXXX -P XXXXXX -H xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
    DBI connect('host=10.100.212.91;port=1433','global\tit',…) failed: OpenClient message: LAYER = (0) ORIGIN = (0) SEVERITY = (78) NUMBER = (46)
    Server , database
    Message String: Login incorrect.
     at ./check_biztalk line 52
    BIZTALK CRITICAL – Could not connect to the BizTalk database

  2. peter Says:

    I know we are working on the BizTalk plugin right now. Contact op5 support so they can help you

    Best regards
    Peter Andersson

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