Assuming you are now equipped SCOM 2012 R2 UR7 the following procedure below to link your SCOM environment to your OMS workspace should be almost identical. If you are running on SCOM 2012 R2 UR6, then the steps below are similar, however please note, Microsoft was still referring to OMS as Operational Insights. With the UR7 update, the name was changed to Operations Management Suite.
For starters, I am going to assume you have an OMS workspace created and an Azure subscription. I am also going to assume you have a SCOM 2012 R2 (UR6 or higher) and some servers within your SCOM environment.
- To begin, you will need to launch the Operations Manager console and go to the Administration tab/pane.
- Within the Administration settings, select the Operations Management Suite (or Operational Insights on UR6).
- Expand Operations Management Suite, and select connection.
- Select Configure Operations Management Suite and follow the wizard instructions.
- After you have successfully paired SCOM with OMS you can now add servers to your OMS Computer Group. Select Add a Computer/Group.
- Within the Search, find the servers you want to add to the OMS group
- Select the servers/computers, and hit OK
- Once the servers have been added, you will now be able to see them within the Managed Computers, under the Operations Management Suite node
- Now if you go back to the Operations Management Suite web portal, and select Connected Sources, under your settings, you should not only see your SCOM Management Group name, but also see the servers we have now added to the OMS group via SCOM.