Advanced Threat Analytics – Silent Installation “Adventure”
Well I love to automate things a lot using PowerShell – really I do! The success of automation depends on two major things. First there are the detailed requirements and secondly technical documentation of your stuff you want to automate. In reality, most projects do not cover both parameters in a satisfying way at all. […]
Quick Post – SCOM 2012 Where Does Widget Data Come From?
As you know SCOM 2012 provides new dashboard types (column or grid layout) which can contain widgets. Widgets are small “add-on” which are able to display different kind of SCOM data. For example state data (similar to state views) or performance data (similar to performance views). Here an example… Over on Operations Manager Team blog […]
SCOM 2012 – Distribut Agents Evenly (50:50)
I am sure you have a small SCOM infrastructure containing 2 management servers and probably 1 SQL server. If you and your colleagues deploy SCOM agents on a daily basis it can easily happen that not all management servers receive the equal amount of agents. Maybe management server 1 has 300 agents to monitor and […]