Microsoft Lync Performance Monitoring and Management

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Fully functional for 30 days

Manage Lync server issues related to audio, video, conferencing, and messaging QoS

Lack of system resources

Not having a view of system resources, or limiting resource allocation to a virtual or physical server, can cause Lync® to fail.

Slow database response

Lync server performance can be affected by a database that is slow to respond.

Infrastructure component issues

Performance problems in SQL Server® and virtual and storage environments can affect the health of your Lync server.

Receive alerts about performance issues with your Lync server and related infrastructure components

  1. Monitor front-end servers and disks

    The most common performance and configuration issues in Lync are found in front-end servers and disk performance. Because Lync is a real-time application, it’s essential that you pay attention to the database. Keeping it agile helps ensure that your end-users have the best experience possible. Monitoring the performance of your key system resources, including CPU, memory, and disk helps keep your data moving seamlessly from disk to memory, where the SQL database is hosted.

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  2. Monitor supporting infrastructure component performance

    From a single dashboard, you can correlate relationships, resources, and metrics across application, server, virtual, and storage layers. This helps you quickly and efficiently discover the root cause of performance issues. Comprehensively manage Lync server performance, and see the relationships and status of application and server performance, and much more.

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  3. Monitor and manage Lync server roles

    Monitoring Lync’s Edge server role enables you to troubleshoot performance issues that may occur while communicating with users outside your organization’s firewall.

    Monitoring the Mediation server in Lync enables you to troubleshoot performance issues that could occur when users are trying to connect to voice or dial-in conferencing. You can look at the total number of outbound and inbound calls, issues with media connectivity, unexpected conference call failures, etc.

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  4. Monitor overall quality of experience

    Being able to run hourly, daily, weekly, and monthly reports allows you to analyze call quality. With these reports you can spot trends, perform analyses, and troubleshoot audio or video issues.

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Lync Monitoring definition

Lync monitoring includes proactively tracking and measuring key statistics, including connections, delays, incoming requests, messages, packet drops, and latency. This helps troubleshoot Lync issues faster

I’ve used a lot of server monitoring software and seen how awful they are and SolarWinds is one of the easier ones to use. It definitely works for us."

Cole Lavallee

Systems Administrator at Waters Corporation

Find and fix Lync server performance issues

Server & Application Monitor Starts at $2995

  • Automatically collect around 80 key performance metrics for your Lync environment
  • Lync monitoring of Front End, Edge, and Mediation roles, SQL Server, IIS, and virtual infrastructure
  • Alert and report on key performance counters to track SLAs

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Fully functional for 30 days

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