Virtual Event: SCOMathon

Incase you hadn’t heard, SCOMathon is next week. This virtual event is chock full of great content for both APAC and Western time zones. There are several sessions from Microsoft Premier Field engineers as well as MVPs and community experts.   In particular Kevin Greene will be speaking. Leon Laude is speaking. As is Bob …

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Its Time to Migrate from Orchestrator

Orchestrator is Dead, Long Live Automation If you reading this blog and are considering installing Orchestrator 2016/2019 –  stop.  Don’t.  Do not pass go, do not collect your salary. Save your time and energy.  Seriously, we know other consultants that are still getting requests for proposals to install System Center Orchestrator, but now is not …

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SCOM HTML5 Dashboards: SquaredUp vs SCOM 1801 Dashboard

With the release of SCOM 1801, Microsoft has released a full HTML5 dashboard for SCOM. There are no more dependencies on silver-light. So how does the new dashboard compare to third party SCOM HTML5 dashboards? full disclosure: I have used SquaredUp for years in lab and production environments. I have recommended it to several clients …

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Document your SCOM Distributed Applications with Powershell and Excel

Edit 8/27/2018: added Github link: Github repo here https://github.com/scautomation/Document-SCOM-Distributed-Aps For every consulting project I do one of the requirements is documentation. I like to provide more documentation than required, which is why I give my SCOM clients a general How To document if they are new to SCOM. I also provide documentation on the SCOM …

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