I recently had a need to create “clean” PowerShell custom objects out of a DataTable object. What does that mean? Well, let me explain. When you try to get data out of SQL Server using PowerShell there are many ways to do it. Either you use Invoke-SQLCmd, SQL Server PowerShell (SQLPS), SQL Server Management Objects […]
About 1 month after RTM SCOM 2012 receives its first update package. There is a detailed update description and a list with fixed issues. Also the update process is far more easier than we are used to good old times. You can find the KB article here and download here.
I have been following the updates from Azure Monitor since its birth. Because I am also interested in OMS / Azure Log Analytics it has been an exciting time to see in what direction both products are moving. As we can clearly see the parts of OMS are moving into the Azure portal, there is […]