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Tonight on the PowerScripting Podcast we talk to Fred Baptiste, author of PolyMon and PolyMonRT
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- spowser : ## I had a coworker ask me how active the Polymon project is since the last release was May 2008
- ChadMiller : ##Is Polymon closer to Spotlight than MOM/SCOM?
- StevenMurawski : ##Is the next release of PolyMon going to use the PowerShell runtime as it’s engine? Â (make all monitors cmdlets?)
- Â spowser : ## I saw there was a note about a web interface, is there an ETA on that?
- EBGreen : ##I haven’t investigated this myself but how extensible is PolymonRT? Specifically adding new display widgets.
- EBGreen : ##How does it compare to Power Gadgets (other than price 🙂 )?
- glnsize : ## when did you find powershell, and what made you integrate it into polymon
- ChadMiller : ##What about alert supression?
- glnsize : ## what’s the performace of a powershell monitor
- glnsize : ## what is the difference of pollymonrt vs pollymon
- PolyMon Controls:Â http://www.codeplex.com/PolyMonControls
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