Now available: System Center 2012 Operations Manager Monitoring Pack for UNIX and Linux Operating Systems

Now available: System Center 2012 Operations Manager Monitoring Pack for UNIX and Linux Operating Systems

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downloadThe UNIX and Linux Operating Systems Monitoring Packs enable discovering, monitoring, and managing UNIX and Linux computers with System Center 2012 – Operations Manager. They provide both proactive and reactive monitoring of the UNIX and Linux operating systems. The management packs monitor components such as processes, resources, and server agents. The monitoring provided by the management packs includes availability and configuration monitoring, performance data collection, and default thresholds. You can integrate the monitoring of UNIX and Linux components into your service-oriented monitoring scenarios. In addition to health monitoring capabilities, the management packs include reports, diagnostics, tasks, and views that enable near real-time diagnosis and resolution of detected issues. The management packs also enable the installation of the Audit Collection Services for UNIX/Linux Management Packs.

Feature Summary

  • Provides monitoring of the AIX 5.3, 6.1, and AIX 7 operating systems.
  • Provides monitoring of the HP-UX 11iv2 PA-RISC, HP-UX 11iv2 IA64, HP-UX 11iv3 PA-RISC, and HP-UX 11iv3 IA64 operating systems.
  • Provides monitoring of the Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server 4 (x86/x64), Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server 5 (x86/x64) and Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server 6 (x86/x64) operating systems.
  • Provides monitoring of Solaris 9 (SPARC), Solaris 10(SPARC and x86), and Solaris 11 (SPARC and x86) operating systems.
  • Provides monitoring of SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 9 (x86), SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 SP1 (x86/x64), and SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 (x86/x64) operating systems.
  • Enables the installation of the Audit Collection Services for UNIX/Linux Management Packs.

For all the details and a download link please see the following:

System Center Monitoring Pack for UNIX and Linux Operating Systems

J.C. Hornbeck | System Center & Security Knowledge Engineer

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  • <p>Where is Ubuntu support? We require that.</p>

  • <p>I was hoping to find a way to monitor Red Hat Enterprise Linux Client 5 rather than only Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server 5. &nbsp;I tried creating an xml similar to the work around for SCOM 2007 R2, but it appears to be very different for 2012. &nbsp;Any thoughts?</p>

  • <p>When will Microsoft officially support Linux CentOS 5 &amp; 6 in System Center Operations Mgr 2012? &nbsp;We have approximately 500 production systems that we cannot monitor with SCOM. &nbsp;</p> <p>There are open source solutions out there (like CodePlex) but again, Microsoft doesn&#39;t offer support if problems arise....</p> <p>Please advise.</p>