SCOM – Save a Connection String for Use in a PowerShell Script
Sometimes it is necessary to store certain information in a (secure) way, like a connection string, which you might want to use in your PowerShell scripts. The scripts could be then used e.g for the Command Notification Channel. Let’s assume you need to connect to a foreign system and this system provides you with a […]
SCOM 2012 – Monitoring Oracle Database OLE DB Management Pack Template
As you know there are different ways to achieve certain things. It always depends on your requirements. In my latest blog post I would like to show how relatively easy it is to monitor an OLE DB connection to an Oracle database and also get some performance data. My well-respected fellow SCSM Guru and MVP […]
SCOM 2012 – New Dashboard Community!
It has been a moment since my last post. This happen because, I was first building my new home and now finishing migrating my (real) home / house in a side-by-side migration scenario. Of course I need to reconfigure the new infrastructure but luckily I am not dual homed anymore. At this very moment I […]