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Automating Windows #Azure VM backups

Using Azure IaaS is great, but like all IaaS solutions it still requires some administrative efforts. In my last installment, I detailed how to use Windows Azure backup and recovery services to protect data contained in virtual machines and how to monitor the success of the backup operations with System Center Operations Manager (http://nocentdocent.wordpress.com/2014/03/01/windows-azure-backup-agent-monitoring-with-sysctr-scom-2/). Protecting […]

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Leveraging #sysctr #scvmm IP address management and keeping networking guys happy

One of the many cool features of VMM is fabric management and in specific network management. Of all the possibilities offered, I am going to focus on IP address management. Basically you can have VMM assign static IP addresses from a pool. Pools are defined per Logical Network and Network Site. When you provision a […]

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Network devices dynamic group membership #sysctr #scom

The scenario As a System Center solution provider and consultant I often face complex scenarios where multi tenancy and administrative delegation is a must. One of the latest challenges I faced has been about Operations Manager console scoping in a complex and distributed architecture. The customer used to have gateways and sites to partition the […]

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OpsMgr – xplat module depends on Powershell 3.0

Just a quick note: if you’re using powershell in our modules and in just in case you’re going to check the StandardError stream you’ll probably get the following error: Import-Module : The version of the loaded PowerShell is ’2.0′. The module ‘C:\P rogram Files\System Center 2012\Operations Manager\Powershell\OperationsManager \OM10.CrossPlatform\OM10.CrossPlatform.psd1′ requires a minimum PowerShell vers ion of […]

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Powershell module doesn’t obey optional parameters

When I stuck into this issue it took a couple of hours to understand what was going wrong in my management pack. Let’s start from the error I got: Log Name: Operations Manager Source: HealthService Date: 11/16/2011 4:48:25 PM Event ID: 4509 Task Category: Health Service Level: Error Keywords: Classic User: N/A Computer: Description: The […]

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