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Domino Domain Monitoring (DDM) allows you to monitor the status of multiple servers in one or more Notes/Domino 7 domains, all from a single location. This compilation of tips, tutorials and resources will get you up to speed on DDM's architecture and functionality and help you weigh its benefits and drawbacks as a Notes/Domino monitoring and administration tool.
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- Domino Domain Monitoring pros and cons
SearchDomino.com contributor Chuck Connell provides an overview of Domino Domain Monitoring and outlines strengths and weaknesses of the Notes/Domino 7 administration tool.
- Lotus Domino Domain Monitoring Redpaper
IBM's Redpaper on Domino Domain Monitoring offers an overview of DDM's Event generator, explains its out-of-the-box configuration, and provides several helpful DDM tips and DDM usage scenarios.
- Lotus Domino Domain Monitoring demo
Get a video demo of Domino Domain Monitoring.
- What's really new with Domino Domain Monitoring?
Learn about the Domino Domain Monitoring architecture and how to separate the DDM marketing hype from reality, so that you can get a realistic perspective of DDM's value as a Lotus Notes and Domino monitoring and administration tool.
- Upgrading to Lotus Notes and Domino 7 -- Domino Domain Monitoring
This chapter excerpt from the book, Upgrading to Lotus Notes and Domino 7, outlines the new features in DDM for Lotus Notes and Domino 7. Generous screenshots and diagrams make this a particularly helpful primer.
- Application probes in Domino Domain Monitoring
Discover the many uses of Domino Domain Monitoring application probes in troubleshooting Notes/Domino 7 performance issues.