Nice article. This appears to be a single server job monitoring tool. My need would be to do something similar for about 20 SQL servers scattered across 3 domains. Please correct me if I am wrong in my assumption. Thanks.
technique is a very simple way to monitor not just failed jobs but anything SQL Server for an *unlimited* number of SQL Servers. It just uses T-SQL and linked servers. There are various articles here on SQLServerCentral.com that discuss how to set up reports using this method (search for SCOME), along with downloadable scripts. I put up a website, www.sqlservermonitor.com
that hosts a suite of reports that demonstrate this. Every report on this site (Disk space, TLog space, Histories, Failed jobs etc) uses SCOME, only take a few seconds to run across all servers (we have 47) and can be set up using RS if you do not wish to use ASP.Net. It's just a different front end. If you prefered, you don't have to use a front end at all, but just interrogate raw tables with the results. Any questions, please ask.