Archive for category MP Development

Monitoring #MSOMS the other way around (#SCOM)

This one is a challenging one. With more and more customers extending their current OpsMgr experience with Microsoft Operations Management Suite (OMS) new scenarios emerge. In my last article I tried to get into the OPMS data flow and how to control it before it leaves our datacenters (Taking control of your #MSOMS data flow), […]


#DPM 2012 Addendum management pack #sysctr

Today is an exceptionally snowy day, power is on and off again, lovely day to write something using my surface battery power. Today subject is DPM SLA monitoring. In my experience monitoring is just a matter of perspectives. Whichever is yours, it’s always useful to have very actionable alerts and begin able to predict systems […]

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Kemp LoadMaster #scom Management Pack v2

Together with my fellow MVP Stanislav Zhelyazkov (@StanZhelyazkov) we just released version 2 of our community basd Management Pack for Kemp LoadMaster devices. The MP is currently available on Codeplex ( and on Technet Gallery ( In version 2 we: optimized the discovery process fixed several minor annoyance related to discovery added CPU, Memory and […]


Progel Libra Esva Management Pack for #sysctr #scom released

Following up with my SNMP management pack development series I just published on codeplex ( a complete management pack to monitor Libra Esva antispam devices. The management pack is pretty complete for a v 1, even if there are a few caveats: it lacks the presentation artifacts when the devices are configured in an High […]

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One module to rule them all – a custom #scom managed module #sysctr

One module to rule them all – a custom #scom managed module During many years of MP development I faced cases where I would have loved the chance to pass a complete DataItem to a powershell module. There are many real world cases when you’d want to do that: –          You want to leverage the […]



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