Coming Soon! Uptime Infrastructure Monitor's a little taste

Monitoring for Hyper-V virtual machines

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.

Added repository support for MySQL 5.7; Plus support for MySQL 5.6; MS SQL Server 2012 SP3, 2014 SP1 and 2016; Oracle Database 12c

Uptime Infrastructure Monitor 7.8 now ships with MySQL 5.7 which provides greater performance and stability. Uptime Infrastructure Monitor repository now supports MySQL 64-bit, versions 5.6 and 5.7; Microsoft SQL Server 2012 SP3, 2014 SP1 and 2016; plus Oracle 12c.

Added monitoring station and agent support for SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11.4 and 12.1

Uptime Infrastructure Monitor monitoring station and agent now supports SUSE Linux Enterprise Server versions 11.4 and 12.1.

Added agent support for AIX 7.1 TL4 and 7.2 TL0; Solaris 11.3; RHEL 6.8; Ubuntu 16.04

Uptime Infrastructure Monitor agent now supports:

  • IBM AIX 7.1 TL4, AIX 7.2 TL0
  • Oracle Solaris 11.3
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.8
  • Ubuntu Server 16.04

Updated Capacity and What If Capacity Gadgets

Improved style for edit gadget drop down; works better in smaller gadget spaces. Included several bug fixes.

General Improvements and Many, Many Bug Fixes

  • Support for SNMP v1 devices
  • Greatly improved SNMP monitor combines direct OID access (walk or get) as well as MIB based SNMP polling and endpoint mapping (putting a friendly name on things)
  • Improved web monitoring supports SNI for SSL connections and improved handling of server response codes
  • New *NIX agents and Linux agent installation support for systemd
  • Reporting improvements and bug fixes
  • Many improvements in connection handling create much improved reliability and performance across the solution


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  • Tommy, sorry you've having problems. Please contact support and submit a ticket. Let them know to copy me, Beth, on the issue and we'll have a look.
  • Tommy,

    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.

    Let us know how we can help!