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Hyper-V boxes monitoring

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Hello,

I have the following layout.

1-Box Hyper-V that has 5 VMs.
another box that is handling replica's for those VMs. (as Veeam)

also I have a Veeam Backup that runs on an external SAN (Synology).

I would like to get a script (I have seen many on the net but none was exhaustive enough for me) that will send me an email whenever there is a "warning" or critical issue on one of my servers.

Is there any free tools for that ?

Thanks
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Question by:Pierre Ammoun
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by:Rodney Barnhardt
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VMTurbo is a great product and they offer a free version that will only monitor. However, I am not sure if the free version has the ability to send email alerts. It may be something you could try and check. I use the pay version because I have it not only monitoring but moving my VM's between host as well as storage. I used it to replace VCOPS due to cost plus it also works with my XenServer hypervisors.

http://www.vmturbo.com
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Aaron Tomosky earned 500 total points
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Veeam one. The free version does everything but monitor veeam backups.
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