SCOM 2012 R2 – PowerShell To Determine Agent Required Disk Space
Do you use any of the System Center products which use an agent? SCOM is one of these products which needs to have an agent installed on the monitored systems. But do you know how much space an agent really uses? Why is this important? Well, let’s assume you have to monitor an older operating […]
SCOM 2012 – NiCE Log File Library Creating Alert From Mail
Some time ago I blogged about the first release of NiCE Log File Library, you find the post here . I was very excited that NiCE released a free MP which provides lots of rules and monitors that can be configured in countless ways. It provide many capabilities to monitor any kind of log files […]
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 […]