Month: October 2016

Planning to upgrade to SCOM 2016?

Planning to upgrade to SCOM 2016 from 2012 R2? Wei H Lim from Microsoft just developed and released a handy management pack that will help you with that process.

Check out the links below for the complete post by Wei, and a download for the MP.

Cheers!

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What’s New in System Center Operations Manager (SCOM) 2016?

Later this month, System Center Operations Manager (SCOM) 2016 along with the System Center suite and Windows Server 2016 will be available to the public. With that said, what’s new in SCOM 2016? Is it work the upgrade? etc., etc.

In previous posts, I did a walk-through on Maintenance Mode schedulesManagement Pack Updates, and how to integrate your SCOM environment with Operations Management Suite (OMS) go here for those.

While there isn’t exactly a change-log provided by Microsoft/System Center team(s), there is an article indicating the new features introduced in System Center Operations Manager SCOM 2016:

  • Management Pack Updates and Recommendations
  • Alert Data Management
  • Extensible Network Monitoring
  • Monitoring Nano Server and Workloads
  • Console User Interface Performance Improvements
    • HTML5 dashboards? Bye-bye Silverlight!?
  • Scalability Improvement with Unix/Linux Agents Monitoring
  • Maintenance Schedules
  • Extend Operations Manager with Operations Management Suite
  • Partner Program in Administration Pane

For the complete breakdown for what’s new in SCOM 2016, go HERE.

Microsoft Most Valuable Professional Award – Cloud and Datacenter Management

I am proud and happy to announce, Microsoft has awarded me their Most Valuable Professional award this October, for my contributions within the Cloud and Datacenter Management technical communities.

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“Microsoft Most Valuable Professionals, or MVPs, are community leaders who’ve demonstrated an exemplary commitment to helping others get the most out of their experience with Microsoft technologies. They share their exceptional passion, real-world knowledge, and technical expertise with the community and with Microsoft.”

For more information, please visit the LINK.