Again one week later, it is time for “Friday Rules”. I can imagine you have been using this rule a lot, so I tried to add some additional information e.g. how you can create custom event logs and events using PowerShell and of how to spice up your alert names. I hope you will enjoy. If you have any suggestions, let me know.
If you are in the SCOM console and you choose a performance view, you are able to select “Rotate Chart”…. …this will give you a kind of 3D view of your chart. Well, yes it does something, and you can do something with it, but in my opinion it is useless. Because you can move […]
Operational Management Suite (OMS) is probably the final product of a long evolution process starting back in 2011 known as System Center Advisor, later on transforming into Microsoft Azure Operational Insight and finally into a growing management suite for Azure and on-premise services. Read my post here for more historical information on this awesome solution. […]
This week I was working for an international customer. The customer had a SCOM 2007 R2 CU5 infrastructure installed on Windows 2008 R2 SP1 servers with ~800 Windows agents and ~250 Unix based agents which they were going to migrate to SCOM 2012 SP1 UR2 installed on Windows Server 2012 in a side-by-side scenario. Because […]