OpsMgr 2007 R2 (SCOM): Coretech Coffee Monitor Management Pack – 0.0.0.1   Leave a comment

Source: Coretech

Download: CoretechCoffeeMonitor-MP-0.0.0.1 18.15 MB

This is very cool now I can build my own beer MP with a recovery task to SMS my girlfriend to buy or bring me more beer.

nice work


The file has included test examples and vlc player. The Management Pack is 32Kb

 

This management packs can be used to keep track of the level of coffee in left in the pot.

With this management pack, you will never run dry of, what we all know, is the most important part of a productive environment!

This is mostly made as a proof of concept, as this technique can be transferred to other monitor types. It could be expanded with other types of sensors, like a weight to check the level of coffee instead of a camera, or a thermometer to check the temperature of the coffee.

This is the very first version. It has been tested in test environments.

By default, it will trigger a warning when under 50% is left, and a Critical Alert when under 20% is left.

Please do not hesitate to report any bugs and please send suggestions for the next version you might have.

This was developed by Jakob Gottlieb Svendsen with the help of Kåre Rude Andersen

Requirements

Microsoft System Center Operations Manager 2007 R2

Microsoft .Net Framework 3.5 SP1

A network connected camera

Coffee machine with clear-glass pot and free view to all of the pot, see an example in the video.

<> read more on source http://blog.coretech.dk/opsmgr07/opsmgr-2007-r2-scom-coretech-coffee-monitor-management-pack-0001/

Posted October 22, 2009 by Robert Smit [MVP] in System Center Operations Manager

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