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Monitoring DAG

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I am not sure this is right forum to ask this question but I go ahead anyway.

I want to monitor our DAG, based on our DAG setup our servers are in 3 different network and IP address of the DAG will change dynamically due to server failure.  So, I was thinking writing a batch file if the IP changes it will send me an email.  Is this the right way to go or I something better is out there?  Thanks
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I would say go with SCOM if you have or else you can place the command in a PS1 and run it every hour or so and get the data

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