Quick Post – SCOM 2012 Where Does Widget Data Come From?
As you know SCOM 2012 provides new dashboard types (column or grid layout) which can contain widgets. Widgets are small “add-on” which are able to display different kind of SCOM data. For example state data (similar to state views) or performance data (similar to performance views). Here an example… Over on Operations Manager Team blog […]
SCOMfaq@System Center SP1 TAP Airlift in Redmond
Good news, from September 17th to 19th I will be in Redmond on the Microsoft Campus for the System Center 2012 SP1 TAP Airlift. Together with MVP Marcel Zehner (http://blog.scsmfaq.ch) and Thomas Maurer (http://www.thomasmaurer.ch) we hopefully will see great news and improvements in System Center 2012 SP1. It is my second Airlift and from my […]
SCOM – Authoring History and System Center Visual Studio Authoring Extensions 2015
I usually don’t blog about new releases of management packs or similar things, but this time I feel I have to do so. If you have been working for some time with SCOM, you know there is a (long) history behind authoring MOM/SCOM management packs. Back in the days where MOM 2005 used to rule […]