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Hello all, I’ve started a new position at a fairly large company in which someone left the company rather unexpectedly so I’m sort of having to learn on the fly. I’m working on building this with PowerShell but thought I’d check here to make sure I’m not reinventing the wheel here. I was wondering if there is a quick(ish) way to pull all of the data for all of the devices we monitor (SCOM Windows/Linux devices/ping devices from OpsLogix) and display it on a web page. We’d like it to be searchable and show a count of how many devices we actually monitor. I think we’re going to need to do a large audit soon. We’re inheriting quite the mess
I think I sort of have figured out how to display the monitored devices with:
Get-SCOMAgent -ComputerName “$our scom server$”
But the biggest hurdle I’m finding and not seeing any doc for is how to pull and display the Opslogix devices.
So my question to you fine folks is: Is there an easier way of displaying all of the devices we monitor across all our SCOM environments? (or at least being able to search a web page to see what’s monitored and show an overall count)
We also need to add a little bit of our own information, hopefully pulled from Service Now, matching the Configuration Item/Name of the device. If Service Now integration is already available that’d be amazing!
If not, is there a way of pulling the data from the Opslogix devices and displaying it?