Posts Tagged #MSOMS

#Azure and #MSOMS notable updates week 22/17

Azure Azure AD Application Proxy gets updates: it now just uses ports 80 and 443 you can restrict outbound traffic by DNS names (*.msappproxy.net and *.servicebus.windows.net) and we can tune timeout for backend applications up to 180 seconds. Azure SQL Database standard elastic pools can now deliver up to 3000 eDTU. The feature is still […]

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#Azure and #MSOMS notable updates week 21/17

Azure Microsoft Azure obtained the ISO 9001:2015 certification, addressing Quality Management systems. 4TB disks are coming soon. IMO they’re especially important for ASR and backup scenarios. Azure AD privileged identity management approval workflows are now in public preview. Privileged identity management is just enough administration for Azure, it’s a great feature to protect your admin […]

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#Azure and #MSOMS notable updates week 20/17

Azure A critical update Update 0.5 was released for Microsoft Azure StorSimple Virtual Array. On June 30, 2017, Microsoft will retire storage usage monitoring for StorSimple Virtual Device Series for virtual arrays that are running Update 0.4 or earlier. Windows Server Container orchestration with Azure Service Fabric has been announced. Azure IoT Suite adds physical […]

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#MSOMS management pack version 1705 released

I just released a new version of the Azure / OMS Management pack on github. As some of you know we use it in production to bridge the gap between OMS and SCOM leveraging the superior alerting capabilities of SCOM and the analytics we get with OMS. With this release I added a couple of […]

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#Azure and #MSOMS notable updates week 19/17

This has been the Build week, tons of new announcements, some immediately available, some not. I’ll try to focus on what I think is really important and set aside the inevitable marketing hype of these events. Here(https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/new-innovations-at-microsoft-build-2017-helping-developers-achieve-more/) is a good First of all we learned that things on Azure have different flavor of maturity: Generally […]

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