Friday, October 01, 2004

Monitoring .NET Applications with WMI 

Pragmatic Automation
If you’re into .NET, Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) looks like an interesting way to string trip wires in your applications. Want to keep an eye on the inner workings of that hosted .NET application to spot notable user actions or the first signs of a problem? Imagine an WMI event consumer that, for example, pops important events onto an RSS feed or even out to your cell phone.

Topics: Automation | WMI

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