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SolarWinds Lab Episode #73 (February 2019) - You Asked For It, We Deliver!

February 13, 2019

In this episode, Head Geeks Patrick Hubbard and Leon Adato dig deep—through the copious pile of topic live chat suggestions, SWUG requests, support questions, and popular engineer how-to sessions—to create a session that is truly a command performance. They'll cover everything from basic view customizations to virtualization automation, and even hit on configuring the new SAML 2.0 compliant SSL features of the Orion® Platform. We know this is one Lab episode you won't want to miss, because it's what you asked for in the first place!

Alert Resources
Monitoring 201
Best Practices for Optimizing Alerts
Your Alerts Stink!
What Would The Geek Do: Why Are Alerts Coming Late

SAM Templates
SAM Template Shootout
SAM Template Rematch

Additional Resources
NCM Compliance Policy Reports
Customer Success Center
Linux Memory Utilization Monitors and You


Featured Products
Network Performance Monitor (NPM)
Server & Application Monitor (SAM)
Virtualization Manager (VMAN)

 

About the Author
I'm the Head Geek and technical marketing director at SolarWinds, (which basically means I'm an mature geek in the services of the product team). When I say geek I mean Geek, with extreme prejudice. I started writing assembly on my Apple II, got a BITNET email account in 1984, ran a BBS @ 300 baud, survived X.25, abused Token Ring, got some Netscape.com JavaScript award love in '96, and my hack flight notification service still backs aa.com. Along the way in various jobs I’ve been a developer, SE, PM, PMM, and now principal evangelist. (Let us all join hands around the server.) Over 10 years at SolarWinds I’ve hatched our online live demo systems, managed the SolarWinds Certified Professional program, launched the Head Geek program, helmed SolarWinds Lab and THWACKcamp, and these days I’m focused on the hairball that is Hybrid IT, Cloud, DevOps and helping IT admins learn new skills not just to manage increasing complexity, but accelerate their careers. I’m always looking for new and more fiendish ways to use our products- just like our customers. And when I have a few spare minutes I fly a little when the weather is good.