David’s Cisco Networking Blog

Mar 26 2010   6:31AM GMT

vSphere Mini Monitor



Posted by: David Davis
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How do you know what’s going on in your vSphere virtual infrastructure? If you don’t have the vSphere Client open all the time and if you aren’t checking the latest events in that client, you won’t know who has been doing what.

Fortunately, Nick Weaver has created a super-cool tool called the vSphere mini-monitor that will notify you, through various methods, exactly what is happening. For example, you can get a windows system-tray alert, a Twitter Tweet could be sent, a RSS feed entry could be made, or an email could be sent. Amazing right?

Watch my new video covering where you find, how you install, and how to configure the new vSphere Mini-Monitor!

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