This week, I have the honor to introduce an exceptional community member. He has been my colleague for the past seven years. Please say hello to Moshe Ovadya. Moshe has had more than 10 years of experience as a SCOM expert. He has a massive impact on all successful projects we work together on, such… Read More Awesome Things I Didn’t Know About my Colleague
Hi everyone, I have exciting news! Starting from today, I will write a series of new weekly posts that will be all about the System Center community members. I am going to write about members that are usually not in the spotlight. I think those members are essential for the community’s continuing growth. I am… Read More It’s all about a community
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You don’t need to use a Microsoft generic Service Level Tracking Summary Report anymore. Savision heard you and decided to collaborate with me on a new project: a user-friendly report that allows you create and export a complete SLA overview of all of your SLOs. Plus it is a FREE community reporting management pack (Click… Read More Breaking News!
In the previous post, I shared my experience on how to configure a SCOM APM to get the most from it. In this post, I will write about a SCOM APM Transaction and what an excellent feature it is. At the end of this short article, I am sure, you will discover that if you… Read More Wow! Was it always here?
The APM is an abbreviation of Application Performance Monitoring. It monitors application code. For example, when you click on a button in an application the APM runs in the background and tracks your activity. The APM can help us catch bugs easily. For instance, a development team that I work with had an unpredictable application… Read More SCOM APM, What? Why? How?
Why this computer still exists in the SCOM console? I swear that I deleted it! If you are an SCOM administrator you probably heard this before, if not trust me you will. This is a known issue at SCOM. It is a very mysterious one. I call it the “orphaned object”: It is an object… Read More Why this computer still exists in the SCOM console?