In part 1 we installed LINUX and now it is time to get SCOM 2012 ready for LINUX monitoring. There are several steps we need to do: Set up a Resource Pool Import the management packs Setup name resolution Configure the RunAs accounts Assign the RunAs accounts to profiles.
I recently had a need to create “clean” PowerShell custom objects out of a DataTable object. What does that mean? Well, let me explain. When you try to get data out of SQL Server using PowerShell there are many ways to do it. Either you use Invoke-SQLCmd, SQL Server PowerShell (SQLPS), SQL Server Management Objects […]
If you have been working with SCOM for some time, you want to know more what is going on under the hood. You might want to know, how classes relate to each other or maybe what the management pack contains what kind of elements like monitors, rules, tasks, views and so on. In other terms […]