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FANS Webinar 17. March: SAS Environment Manager presented by Filip Kildegaard

by SAS Employee GeorgMorsing ‎02-12-2017 07:35 AM - edited ‎03-17-2017 08:45 AM (735 Views)


SAS Environment Manager presented by Filip Kildegaard

17/3 11:00 – 12:00 (12:00 -13:00 in Finland)


Watch a recording of the meeting. You need to enter who you are, click Register and then you will get to the rcording.


New in SAS 9.4 is SAS Environment Manager that offers an integrated, operationally focused, collection of administration and monitoring tools. The application can administer, monitor, and manage SAS resources, including administering the SAS Web Application Server and monitoring SAS foundation servers. The application collects and charts data on metrics for monitored resources, providing a comprehensive view of resource health and operation. It also provides functions such as auto-discovery of resources, monitoring of log events, and reporting of alerts. In this webinar we introduce SAS Environment Manager for SAS administrators and show examples of the usage of SAS Environment Manager.


If you want to learn all about SAS Environment Manager, then attend the two day course on the topic.


Please find below

  • a PDF document created by Filip Kildegaard on how you get started quickly with SAS Environment Manager
  • A PDF of the slides from the meeting 

by Trusted Advisor
on ‎03-20-2017 04:40 AM

It was a great webinar with very good structure. Thank you very much!


Looking forward to receiving the answers to a coople of open questions, and curious about the incoming webinars the SAS Nordic Users group will schedule.


PS. Specially interesting the explications about the SAS Job Monitor module.

by Frequent Contributor
on ‎03-20-2017 12:07 PM

Like @JuanS_OCS I want to thank you for the webinar and the information provided.


I have to admit that I stopped using the Environment Manager after its initial release since I found the configuration quite complex (the part where you have to define all the locations, users and what information was to be provided and how often).

So for me it was great to see that all this configuration does not have to be done anymore and that quite a lot of information is now available OOTB, which makes the Environment Manager much easier to use.