Archive for category SCOM

#Azure notable updates week 16/18

Recovery Services vault raises its limits for better scalability: number of vaults per subscription increased to 500 Azure virtual machines that can be registered against each vault has been increased to 1,000 from the earlier limit of 200 machines under each vault and it now support network-restricted storage accounts limit increased to 500 vaults per subscription […]

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#Azure notable updates week 14/18

Azure Azure SQL Database gets new options: vCore Licensing, a more flexible princing plan where you can buy storage independently from cores and memory, is now in preview Long term backup fully integrates with Azure backup features (policies, individual recovery point management)  read scale-out support in the Premium and Business Critical service tiers improved configuration […]

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#Azure monitoring state of the union

One of the questions I often get from my customers when I talk hybrid cloud monitoring is: how can I monitor Azure? Which is the Microsoft story? Which solutions can I use? Is Operations Management Suite (“OMS”) enough? Should I still use System Center Operations Manager (SCOM)? How does Azure Monitor fit in the picture? […]

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Executing #SCOM Tasks on a Management Server

Now, it’s been really a long time since I last posted on Management Pack development. The fact is there’s not much to add to the great information you can find on the net. But with our recent migration to SCOM 2016 I had to put hands to very old custom management packs, some of them […]

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#squared_up did it again – community powershell MP

The guys in SquaredUp have a long story in contributing to the SCOM community, apart the fact of developing the best SCOM web console on the market. And they did it again, releasing a community based Management Pack that helps in building custom monitoring directly from the SCOM Monitoring Console using powershell. You can have […]

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