Foglight Certification Training Course Overview

Enroll for the 5 Day Foglight training course from Koenig Solutions. In this course you will learn about Foglight –Developer & Foglight Operators.

Foglight monitors the performance of an application across various technologies. It also provides various analytical dashboards, better user experience, and cross-mapping between an application and the database.

Target Audience:

  • Administrators from programming backgrounds that are keen to extend and customize Foglight.


Foglight Certification Training Course (Duration : 40 Hours) Download Course Contents

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Group Training 5450
08 - 12 Nov GTR 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM CST
(8 Hours/Day)

06 - 10 Dec 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM CST
(8 Hours/Day)

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Course Modules

Module 1: Development
  • Detailed knowledge of Foglight components & architecture
  • Foglight Installation (FMS and Fglam) & configuration changes
  • Integration with LDAP, SNMP and SMTP
  • Configuration of alarms at OS and DB level
  • Configuration & Setup PI Module
  • Migration and Upgrade Foglight
Module 2: Operators
  • Email Notification setup
  • Setting up global and local thresholds based on severity
  • Generating reporting, dashboards and scheduled reporting
  • Basic troubleshooting based on errors
  • Custom alarm setup
  • Configuring and cloning at OS (Unix Family and Windows), DB (SYBASE, DB2, SQL and MYSQL etc) and Access for Active Directory monitoring
  • Permanently disabling monitoring at DB level and instance level
  • Blackouts (one time and recurrent)
  • Creating SB and error logs (Fglam and agents) etc
  • Alarm dashboard operations
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Course Prerequisites
  • A firm grasp of programming concepts such as data types, loops, scope, methods and functions.
  • An understanding of regular expressions would also be beneficial but not essential.