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ALM Monitoring Items List for application Maintenance

Hi All,

Could you please provide valuable ideas on the monitoring aspects that have to be considered in ALM application across all the projects and environment to take necessary maintenance steps ( weekly or monthly ) and also provide value add to the application.

I came up with the below points, definitely, there will be many more, could you please help me on those from your experience. Thanks for your help in advance!

S.No

Monitoring Item

Value Add/Purpose

1

Application availability

Monitor application availability and take necessary steps if any downtime reported.

2

License Utilization

If License utilization reaches maximum consistently for 2 months span, the proposal for increasing licenses should be made.

3

Active & Inactive projects list

Inactive projects can be considered for archival and they can be considered for deletion for saving space on production server & repository.

4

Users who left the organization ( Not found in AD)

Deactivate those users in application since they are no more in the organization.

5

High Space(DB/Repository) consumed projects

We can implement rules like restricting large size attachments etc.

6

User Roles Audit

Check whether roles are provided to users as per their training completion. If not, remove the noncompliant roles.

 

Regards, Srihari

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