If you are a Windows guy and you haven’t touched Linux so far implementing SCOM will force you to get hands on *nix systems. Here I would like to provide a cool, little way how to overcome a limitation of the Unix/Linux Shell Command Two (or Three) State Monitor. This two state monitor allows you […]
As promised here another short video from my “Friday Rules” series on creating SCOM monitoring rules. This time I will show you, how you can monitor the creation of local groups on your server using the WMI Event (Alert) rule. Have fun!
Kubernetes is a proven and booming technology on Azure and so it is no surprise, that we need to monitor the Kubernetes infrastructure layer as well as the applications running on top of Kubernetes. A while ago Microsoft released Azure Monitor for containers, which gives you a good health and performance status of your Azure […]