Archive for category SCOM

Taking control of your #MSOMS data flow

Microsoft Operations Management suite (OMS) is a cloud borne management suite that make it possible to monitor, automate, protect your workloads wherever they are: Azure, AWS, on-premises and more. My good friend and fellow MVP Stan (https://cloudadministrator.wordpress.com/) has a very comprehensive series of articles on this new suite. If you haven’t gave OMS a try […]

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Hyper-v Monitoring with #scom #sysctr

History May, 9 2015 – Ignite version 1.1.0.15. Moved the repository to git-hub, pulled @MrTaoYang contributions April, 14 2015 – Added tasks to manage virtual machines. MP version 1.0.0.109 released. April, 9 2015 – Added more options for Hyper-V monitoring both community based and commercials. MP version 1.0.0.104 released. April, 3 2015 – original post   […]

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#scom OS MP 6.0.7294.0 serious flaw

a new MP has been released that should fix the issue. Not tested yet. Just a quick warning to all the SCOM admins reading. The latest OS MP (6.0.7294.0) has a serious flaw with logical disks performance collection. Basically it squares you collected perf data points for logical disks. Based on your environment this can […]

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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 (https://kemplmmp.codeplex.com/) and on Technet Gallery (https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/Kemp-LoadMaster-Management-8bb05e11). In version 2 we: optimized the discovery process fixed several minor annoyance related to discovery added CPU, Memory and […]

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Progel Libra Esva Management Pack for #sysctr #scom released

Following up with my SNMP management pack development series I just published on codeplex (https://qndsnmp.codeplex.com/) 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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