With BizTalk360, you have all the tools at hand to check the health of your BizTalk Server environment and take control when that is required.
With the dynamically generated topology diagram, it is easy to understand how your BizTalk Server environment looks like in terms of servers, software products, and roles.
Get the overview of all the BizTalk and SQL servers that are part of the BizTalk environment.
Understand what server products (Windows, SQL Server, BizTalk Server, IIS) are installed, including their versions.
Per BizTalk server, you can view if it is used for receiving messages, processing orchestrations, transmitting messages, etc.
With BizTalk360 it is easy to understand the host design and configuration of the BizTalk environment, and control their host instances
No need to turn towards the BizTalk Admin console. Control your host instances directly in BizTalk360. Safe and audited!
Each host can have a different configuration with respect to throttling. Therefore, it is handy that you can view the configuration immediately in BizTalk360.
The overview of ports/orchestrations per host helps to understand if those artifacts are correctly divided over the available hosts.
Context-switching is no longer required to understand the health of the important BizTalk maintenance jobs in SQL Server Agent.
Check if the SQL Server Agent jobs are enable and running properly, even if they are installed in separate SQL Server instances.
Besides checking the actual status of the maintenance jobs in SQL Server Agent, you can also enable or disable them in BizTalk360.
It is also possible to view the history of the SQL jobs. This is especially handy in case you want to know why a job is failing.
To understand the scaling possibilities, it helps to be able to view the available hosts in the environment, including their configuration.
View what adapters are installed in the environment. You can also check what Receive and Send hosts are configured to use those adapters.
View how many MessageBox databases are deployed in your environment. You can also view their SQL Server instance, database sizes, etc.