Microsoft has published some great collection of self-study material about System Center and of course System Center Operations Manager 2012. I highly recommend to visit their website if you want to learn more about SCOM 2012. You can get to this fabulous place here.
If you move your workloads to production or even preproduction it is highly recommended to protect them not only against data loss but also from accidential deletion. One feature in Azure which can help are Resource Locks. Depending how you configure the lock, you cannot delete the resource, but still read and modify (CanNotDelete lock) […]
SCOM 2012 – Get Alerts From SCOM Group Showing Alert Source Information (Management Pack, Object Path, Monitor / Rule Name etc.)
Well I don’t know why, but I got stuck again to PowerShell. It seams that this language solves many problems in a SCOM operator’s daily work. I had recently the need for having enriched alert information depending on a certain amount of computers in SCOM. Sounds complicated? Well, I’ll explain it a bit more. I […]