Monitoring of Microsoft Hyper-V virtual machines directly through Hyper-V API is now supported in Uptime Infrastructure Monitor 7.8. This support mirrors most of the features already supported for VMware.
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Uptime Infrastructure Monitor monitoring station and agent now supports SUSE Linux Enterprise Server versions 11.4 and 12.1.
Uptime Infrastructure Monitor agent now supports:
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I just installed 7.8 and there are no Hyper-V monitors... i.imgur.com/34ohWK0.png
I see the new tables for Hyper-V in the database though.
In reply to tommy lehnhardt:
Thanks for your feedback.
Any of the monitors with 'VM' in the name can be used with either Hyper-V or VMware, they are:
These monitors are also documented here: http://docs.uptimesoftware.com/display/UT/Virtual+System+Monitoring+Concepts
We agree that they could be grouped/named more clearly.
In reply to Beth Chauvin:
Were you able to add the Hyper-V host as a Hyper-V server, or did it get added as a WMI based server? A Hyper-V host can get added either way, but it wont get recognized as a Hyper-V server if added as WMI server... After it is added into Uptime, you should see it in your Infrastructure tab / view and you should have a [+] expand icon next to it and upon expansion you should see the guests... You can also easily identify it from the infrastructure list as it will have a blue windows logo by the side of it while WMI based machine will say WMI in their icon.
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