Microsoft Exchange Reporting Capabilities
Every Exchange Manager knows how difficult it is to make reports on the availability, capacity and usage of the Microsoft Exchange environment.
You can use some of the PowerShell commands to get a few statistics one by one, and then try to consolidate everything in an Excel file. You can use SCOM as well to gather some of the information.
The problem is that these solutions are time consuming and often unreliable. Aside from that, you can only collect statistics at a server level.
GSX Analyzer General Dashboard
If you want to follow the performance delivered to your end-users, you need to check the service from their side. GSX Monitor acts as a user, collects the statistics and sends them to GSX Analyzer.
GSX Analyzer presents Microsoft Exchange statistics in a simple and user friendly interface that allows administrators and IT managers to make automatic reports on the critical Key Performance Indicators of their environment.
Automatic customizable reports for any Microsoft Exchange Statistics
Trend Report in GSX Analyzer interface
PDF export of your report
GSX Analyzer automatically presents the Microsoft Exchange Statistics as fully customizable reports that you can generate on demand or automatically in order to get them delivered every day, every week, every month to the team you want.
Only five minutes are required to select the report you want to make, the server or group of servers, the statistics you need, and the schedule. Then everything is made automatically and all you have to do is wait for the report to come directly into your mailbox or exported to a local folder or to your FTP folder.
When it comes to Capacity Planning, reporting on usage, performance and capacity are even more critical. The forecasting functionality of GSX Analyzer gives an estimation of future statistics values (by extending the linear trendline) based on historical data.
Simply enable the Forecasting option, select the time period and GSX Analyzer will calculate what your future statistics should be based on your previous statistics.
Follow your KPIs and SLAs easily
Service Level Agreements can be followed by automatic trends delivered to your customer delivery management team. Another way to track them and to take proactive action is to use the Environmental Health view.
This view compares the service delivered by your server across your entire environment. This way, you can easily see where you have to act to prevent any business impact in your infrastructure.
Check out all the statistics that you can easily follow on our Microsoft Exchange Statistics Web page, environment by environment, with all of these features.