Generating a report from perf data in Windows 2003 R2

Hello,

I have been asked to create a automated report that will show statistics about our servers, kind of what is going on "under the hood" as a top-level view for Management.

The box in question is a Windows 2003 R2 Server with SQL Server 2005 SP2 installed.

Ideally, the counters I want to pull is..

OS: Disk I/O, Disk Size, Memory, CPU
Database: Size, Connections, I/O, Log Size

I know that most if not all of these counters are already built into Windows and SQL Server in WMI, anyone know of some software out there that can be used to create reports?

Thanks.
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GerhardpetCommented:
I'm sure there are many solutions out there but I've found this one easy to setup and learn. It comes with much more then just reporting. E.g. Patch management, remote control, automated reporting, alerting, monitoring and more

www.levelplatforms.com 

As far as I know you have to get it trough a partner because they don't sell it direct. If you want more information let me know...I could demo it to you as well.
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mirdeAuthor Commented:
I was aiming at something free, that I can put or hack together to work, we are not really looking for a full blown out software, just some basic reports that get generated/emailed.

Seeing if someone out there has put something together like this for their current environment and that could point me to some useful resources to start looking at.
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GerhardpetCommented:
Considering that I did answer your question and that in your first post you did not mentioned that you wanted something for free I think this questions should not be deleted.
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mirdeAuthor Commented:
You are correct, I will go ahead and give you the points.

Thanks.
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