The level of access (full or limited) that the monitoring service has to the selected target.
Determine what happens when a SentryOne condition is met (i.e. send an email, log to database, execute PowerShell, etc.).
Applicable to customized alerting based on performance counter metrics, query results, and duration of events.
Applicable to various activities carried out inside and outside of the SentryOne Client
Describes the various states of an event object or associated performance counter (i.e. CPU > 90%).
Series of dependencies between events running on the same server or different servers.
Any job, task, or other event type that can be managed using SentryOne.
Represents a unique instance of an event provider operating over a single event store connection. Examples include SQL Server Agent Jobs and Windows Tasks.
Applicable to connection status and error situations.
SentryOne Access Level in which the monitoring service collects Windows level metrics and provides you with full access to the features of Performance Analysis.
Applicable to monitored event objects or associated performance counters.
Used to deploy SentryOne on a user's system.
Instance of SQL Server or SSAS, or an installation of SharePoint that exists on a Target in your environment.
Allows a resource intensive job to delay other jobs from executing until it completes.
Content menu option that opens another screen or tab in SentryOne to access additional information for the same time period selected on the current screen.
SentryOne Access Level in which the monitoring service doesn't collect performance counters, and access to the Windows Dashboard, Disk Activity tab, Disk Space tab, and Windows Processes tab are restricted.
The Windows service responsible for collecting data. Also reads configuration data from SentryOne database.
A comprehensive snapshot of activity created by combining process-level data and trace events collected during a brief sample period.
Controls how often Actions are taken in response to met Conditions.
The client application. It is used to visualize SentryOne data and configure monitoring service behavior.
Used to store data collected from the monitoring service and configuration information set by the client.
Policies within SentryOne refer to settings and pairs of conditions and actions that are applied to groups, such as object groups. These policies are not related to Group Policy in Windows or Policy-Based Management in SQL Server.
SentryOne Scalability Pack
Implements partitioned clustered columnstore indexing, In-memory OLTP, and additional optimizations to achieve maximum scalability and performance.
Service Configuration Utility
Used to configure monitoring service after installation and change service account information.
A logical groupings of targets, instances, SMTP servers, and Monitoring services within your SentryOne environment.
Device that houses your data; whether it's a physical server, cloud installation, or APS appliance.
Allows you to create logical groups of devices for alerting, organizational, and display purposes. Target groups represent an intermediate level between the Site and Target. Conditions and settings at the target group level automatically propagate down to its associated Targets, Instances, and objects.
Devices that house your data; whether it's a physical server, cloud installation, or APS appliance.
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SentryOne visual representation containing wedges of information.