Did you know?
CA PPM 188.8.131.52 or higher (including the new 15.2 release) includes a new health report that shows system configuration status for the application, database, data warehouse, and report server.
Available in 15.2 and with the 184.108.40.206 patch, this report appears as an application page with five tabs. The health report is also available as an XLS spreadsheet you can view in Microsoft Excel.
The report also detects any non-compliant governor settings (maximum data limits).
System health including the application servers, database, and data warehouse is important. As an administrator, application support engineer, or help desk technician, you want to maintain operations and minimize downtime. Before contacting other support professionals or engaging with the online community, follow these steps to get a quick assessment of system health.
Note: To learn more about the health report, see CA PPM System Health Report - CA PPM - 15.1 - CA Technologies Documentation.
We invite you to please let us know how you like this new feature and tell us how it helps you.
Our engineers love hearing from our customers, especially when a new feature saves you time or eases a previous pain point. The new health report was designed based on customer feedback.
Thank you for sharing this with the community Damon!
New CA PPM Health Report in 220.127.116.11, 15.2 or higher
Thank you for publicising this feature, it's very handy to view the governor settings easily in one place.
One suggestion would be to include more live telemetry on performance and errors.
CA PPM - Add Performance analytics / Telemetry to the product
The other is to include some images in the documentation, for the visual learners.
For those interested, here's some screenshots from a test system I have.
Data warehouse (not configured)
Reporting (Not configured)