File Server Capacity (x64)

Description
File server capacity planning and performance troubleshooting are critical aspects of high-level network administration. File server capacity planning tools can be valuable in choosing new hardware for purchase, identifying the capacity of existing hardware, locating existing bottlenecks, and planning for resource expansion in advance of resource exhaustion.
The throughput capacity of a file server can be expressed either as the maximum number of operations per second or a maximum number of users supported by the configuration. These values are influenced by several factors, some of which include processor speed, available memory, disk speed, network throughput and latency, and the speed with which SMB requests are processed.

 

Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (x64)

Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (x86)

Description
MDT can help build an automated installation source for deploying Windows operating systems from Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 onwards, from either a single machine or a central server distribution tool, such as Windows Deployment Services (WDS) or System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM). Device drivers, Windows updates and software can be included with the build.

All the software intended for installation (Operating System, drivers, updates and applications) are added to a pool of available software and packaged into deployment packages. The Operating System and drivers to be included with this package are selected, and the administrator password, owner information, and product key are specified. Microsoft Deployment Toolkit generates a custom Windows PE (Preinstallation Environment)image that allows client machines to install the assembled deployment packages over the network from the MDT server. This Windows PE disk image can be burned to and booted from a CD, or booted with Windows Deployment Services. When selecting the package to deploy, software that has been included in the pool may also be selected for installation.

 

Azure Active Directory Connect Health Agent

Description
Azure AD Connect Health helps monitor and gain insight into your on-premises identity infrastructure. It offers you the ability to view alerts, performance, usage patterns, configuration settings and much more. This is accomplished using an agent that is installed on the targeted servers.

 

Azure Monitor

Description
Azure Monitor provides base-level infrastructure metrics and logs for most services in Microsoft Azure. Azure services that do not yet put their data into Azure Monitor will put it there in the future.

 

EC2 Health Monitor

Description

  • Monitors Amazon EC2 instances
  • Monitors performance metrics of CPU
  • Glance EC2 Network performance
  • Gives EC2 Disk performance
  • Monitor EC2 instances, EBS volumes and alarms on the go
  • No Agent required

 

Microsoft Public IPs

Description
This file contains MSFT Public IP Address blocks. Updates will only occur when the list changes so please check the Data Published date.

 

PerfInsights

Description
PerfInsights is a self-help diagnostics tool that collects & analyzes the diagnostic data, and provides a report to help troubleshoot Windows virtual machine performance problems in Azure.