Monitor Office 365 connectivity
Once you've deployed Office 365, you can maintain Office 365 connectivity using some of the tools and techniques below. You'll want to understand the official Service Health and Continuity guidelines as well as our Best practices for using Office 365 on a slow network. You'll also want to grab the Office 365 admin app and bookmark our Office 365 for business - Admin Help.
Monitoring Office 365 Connectivity
|Getting notified of new Office 365 endpoints
||If you're Managing Office 365 endpoints, you'll want to receive notifications when we publish new endpoints, you can subscribe to our RSS feed using your favorite RSS reader. Here is how to subscribe via Outlook or you can have the RSS feed updates emailed to you.
|Use System Center to Monitor Office 365
||If you're using Microsoft System Center, you can download the System Center Management Pack for Office 365 to begin monitoring Office 365 today. For more detailed guidance, please see the management pack operations guide or this blog post Office365 Monitoring using System Centre Operations Manager
|Monitoring the health of Azure ExpressRoute
||If you are connecting to Office 365 using Azure ExpressRoute for Office 365, you'll want to ensure that you're using both the Office 365 Service Health Dashboard as well as the Azure Reducing troubleshooting time with Azure Resource health
|Using Azure AD Connect Health with AD FS
||If you're using AD FS for Single Sign-On with Office 365, you'll want to begin using Azure AD Connect Health to monitor your AD FS infrastructure.
|Programmatically monitor Office 365
||Refer to our guidance on the Office 365 Management API.
Here's a short link you can use to come back: hhttps://aka.ms/monitorconnectivity365
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