Category: Microsoft

SCOM 2019 vs Azure Monitor: Which one to choose?

Having worked with both SCOM and Azure Monitor, recently I was asked to compare them both and suggest the right choice. First off, I have a disclaimer to make – Azure Monitor is great, but it can not replace SCOM entirely, not just yet. SCOM 2019 was recently released and it came loaded with some

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Enable SCOM subscriptions with Powershell with “Fewer messages”

This is one widely known “inconvenience” with working with Powershell to manage your subscriptions in a big SCOM environment. Consider the following widely common scenario: You have a SCOM environment with a fairly large number of subscriptions. You have a planned maintenance scheduled, and so you plan to disable all your subscriptions so that the

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SCOM 2012 R2 to 1801 Side-by-Side Migration : The Powershell Way! – By Ruben Zimmermann

Ruben is back with another awesome blog post, and I have no doubt this one is going to help a lot of people! We all know the hassles of migrating your SCOM from one version to another, and it involves a lot of manual efforts. And especially so when you choose the side-by-side upgrade path.

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Linux/UNIX agent failover and Resource Pools – Debunking the Myth! – Part 2

We discussed about the common misconceptions regarding failover for Windows agents in SCOM in the previous post (part 1). In this part, as promised, Stoyan Chalakov is going to be discussing about the failover for Linux machines monitored by SCOM. Here goes: Linux/UNIX agent failover and Resource Pools – debunking the myth – Part 2

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