Because Uptime Infrastructure Monitor is a multi-faceted solution, its setup varies depending on which platforms you are monitoring. This guide introduces monitoring a virtual inventory such as VMware vCenter or Hyper-V, monitoring Linux- and Windows-based servers using agents or WMI for data collection, respectively, and SNMP-based monitoring. These topics are structured in a manner that you can skip the type or monitoring that is not applicable to how you are deploying Uptime Infrastructure Monitor in your environment.
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Uptime Infrastructure Monitor is easy to get set up and running, and this guide covers basic use cases to get you started. However, Uptime Infrastructure Monitor handles diverse monitoring needs; the following IDERA resources are available to you as you learn more about configuring and managing Uptime Infrastructure Monitor: