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  1. Hi, My requirement is to monitor hardware components in a server using the REST API and Powershell. Currently I'm working at Fujitsu servers and I'm able to get the necessary monitoring information to Powershell objects from Fujitsu iRMC (Baseboard Management Controller) using the REST API. However, proceeding from here is the issue. I want to know how to feed the queried information to Pulseway and generate notifications based on the thresholds that will be defined. Based on the research I've done it seems like I need to create a plugin and add it to the Pulseway Manager. (Not 100% sure about this) Could you please help on how to get this done? Thanks, Randula.
  2. @Mark G38Thanks very much for this. I was able to configure monitoring as you said.
  3. Hi, My objective is to monitor Veeam backup and agent jobs in the most efficient way. Since there's no feature to monitor Veeam backup, the only way I know is to make use of Windows Event logs. When I tried to setup a new policy I found out that Pulseway web app only allows you to monitor "Application, Security and System" event logs. Problem is Veeam event logs are stored in a separate section under Windows event logs (Application & Services logs -> Veeam Backup). So according to my understanding this wouldn't work for Veeam. The other possible way of doing this is to configure to monitor Veeam backup event logs from the Pulseway Manger in a server. Though this would work, implementing this is a repetitive task when there are many servers to be managed. A policy compared to this looks way less time consuming and more easier to manage. What I want to know is there a more efficient way of getting this done other than configuring pulseway manager to monitor Veeam event logs in each server? Thanks, Randula.
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