If you set-up a server with a self-installed OS, RAID status monitoring should be configured manually.
Typically we monitor RAID status of your server and make sure that your disk drives are working seamlessly. However, if you decide to self-install an operating system through an out-of-band Console or use an ESXi hypervisor, you become responsible for monitoring your RAID status yourself.
How can I set-up RAID status monitoring tools after self-installing a Windows system?
If you decide to self-install an operating system from a Microsoft Windows family, we recommend you using the following links to download and set up RAID status monitoring and management tools with regard to your server plan:
How can I set-up RAID status monitoring tools after self-installing a Linux system?
If you decide to self-install a Linux operating system (i.e. RHEL, Ubuntu, etc.), please provide us with a root level access to your server, so we could set-up our proprietary RAID status monitoring script.