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[en] Laser-plasma accelerators are promising candidates to provide a compact source of relativistic electron beams. However, their performance is currently severely limited by the achievable stability in driver laser operation. In this poster we will present our approaches to integrate the recently commissioned 200 TW laser system ANGUS, operated within the LAOLA collaboration of University of Hamburg and DESY, into the accelerator controlls system available at DESY. With its many different amplification stages such a complex system is very easily detuned. To minimize down time and increase the efficiency of maintenance work, a reliable monitoring and logging system is required. We implemented a series of beam pointing, spectrum, energy and other diagnostics into the system and log it with the central DESY archive. Correlations of the different parameters provide valuable insight into the system. We will present first measurements and discuss first analysis.