Short Story: The Truth About my Poshland MONITORING

I’m so surprised how many Powershell users have already downloaded the PoshlandMonitoring script. I hope that this script will help you. Now I would like to give you some historical background of this poshland monitoring script. I would like to tell you who inspired me to prepare this universal tool and when I have written this.

In this post, I would like to give you a history of my Powershell Monitoring script. If you are searching for more technical knowledge about this script, please visit the PoshlandMonitoring Documentation site.

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My experience with Monitoring Tools

In my career, I have used many monitoring tools like SCOM or Zabbix. These tools are great. However, in some scenarios, it generates a lot of false-positive alerts. I didn’t want to spend months on tunning monitoring software. I love to automate my job, so a monitoring system tunning is not the best my time usage. OK, but what next?

When I prepare Powershell Monitoring script

Like all Powershell users, A three years ago, I was writing my custom scripts for checking the health of my servers. With Powershell, I could eliminate any false-positives alerts. Sometimes, I have downloaded ready scripts from the internet and customized them to my infrastructure.

At that time, I was using the most popular Powershell Monitoring script Test-ExchangeServerHealth.ps1 for monitoring the Microsoft Exchange server. It’s a great script but has one issue. For hundreds of servers, it takes too long to generate the report.

It inspired me to write a universal Powershell monitoring script, which will run custom Powershell functions dedicated to some group of servers. One of the requirements was running Powershell sessions to servers in parallel.

When I finished the first version of the Powershell monitoring script, I saw that it save me a lot of time. I was able to focus on writing Powershell functions for dedicated Windows Server roles like ActiveDirectory, File Servers, and others.

Since that time, I stopped download Monitoring scripts from the internet.

It’s time to share PoshlandMonitoring

After a few years of using my Powershell Monitoring script, the time has come to publish it on my blog. I called this script PoshlandMonitoring. I hope that this script also will help understand for many Powershell beginners users how they can use Powershell functions.


I showed above the history of my poshland monitoring script. I hope that this script will help other people like its helped me. If I receive positive feedback about this script, I would like to develop new features.

If you have any ideas for new features, please let me know in the comment.

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