Data Collection Inventory (Windows/Unix)

Hey Experts,

I'm in the processing of staging a new project that requires Data Collection from my Environments, In other words, I need to get CPU, Memory and Storage data from my Physical Windows , Red Hat & AIX Servers. is there a script (Powershell, ...) or tool that would help get this sort of data.
Example
NAME      CPU      MEMORY         STORAGE
Server1    2           16 GB               100 GB          

Thanks
Hani_SAAsked:
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gheistCommented:
There is no powershell script that can run on Linux or AIX.
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Hani_SAAuthor Commented:
yeh I know but I suggested PS for windows and another script for AIX & REDHAT
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gheistCommented:
SNMP protocol should provide that information for all systems involved.
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Hani_SAAuthor Commented:
Can you elaborate more on how to this SNMP poll ?
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