Actually I was looking for some other things in SCOM 2012 R2 as I suddenly noticed some interesting naming convention of the SCOM services… Until SCOM 2012 Sp1 the Windows services on the management server were named like this… In SCOM 2012 R2 the Windows services on the management server are named like this…
In my previous post I have written about adding activities to a service request using PowerShell SMLets. Well this just added the “empty” activities / “framework” but the activities were not configured yet. As an example I want to add a SMA runbook activity (using this method) and then apply a pre-configured SMA runbook template […]
This week Microsoft announced the Microsoft Azure Operational Insights. But what is Azure Operational Insights? Well, it is a cloud based tool which has grown over the past 3 years and it is a good example where you can see how technology evolved.