In part 1 and part 2 we installed the emulator and the UCS management pack. At this moment we are able to explore the huge amount of information we get out of UCS.
Today I had a very interesting error for troubleshooting. A customer has about 150 Linux servers which he wants to monitor using SCOM 2012. The customer could deploy all Linux agents except for 4 Linux servers. After each attempt to discover one of these troublesome servers the discovery wizard ended shortly after the starting with […]
Back in the good, old SCOM days, there was a thing called Global Service Monitor (GSM) which is still available. What was / is GSM? System Center Global Service Monitor is a cloud service that provides a simplified way to monitor the availability of external-web-based applications from multiple locations around the world. One of the […]