For the past couple of weeks I have been doing some automation stuff using Service Management Automation (SMA) and therefore PowerShell in conjunction with Service Manager. I like PowerShell very much, especially if I can interact with other systems. As you might know in the “old” days you would use Orchestrator and Service Manager to […]
If you want to know how much space your OperationsManger database is using you could run a SQL Report. Because it is a feature from SQL Server 2008 R2 it’s easily overseen I just want to show an example.
In one of my previous posts, I covered SCOM 2016 TP5 – What’s New and one of the topics mentioned was, that Microsoft will provide a tool to generate SNMP management packs. A what? Ok, let me explain. You are able to monitor network devices via SNMP. Well this is no magic and pretty common […]