About Ravi

Ravi Yadav is a Cloud Platform and Infrastructure Solutions Architect, specializing in Microsoft Azure and Microsoft System Center. Ravi focuses his attention on the Microsoft Azure Computing ie. IaaS and PaaS, Azure Recovery Services, Log Analytics, Security, and Microsoft System Center suite emphasizing in System Center Operations Manager, Hyper-V, and System Center Virtual Machine Manager.

mvp_logo_secondary_blue288_rgb_300ppiRavi was awarded the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award in 2016, 2017, and 2018 for the contributions in Cloud and Datacenter Management technical communities.

Ravi also holds a number of industry designations including, Microsoft Cloud Platform and Infrastructure Solutions Expert, Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate in Windows Server 2016 and Windows Server 2012 R2, Windows Server Virtualization with Hyper-V and System Center, and Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert in Private Cloud.

This blog is intended to help anyone who works with Microsoft products. Above all, I use this blog as my personal notebook, and probably most importantly, all posts in this blog are provided “AS IS” with no warranties, and confers no rights. The opinions and thoughts expressed are a reflection of my own, and in no shape or form are a reflection of my employer(s), customer(s), Microsoft, and/or 3rd Parties.

4 thoughts on “About Ravi

  1. is that possible to do automation depends on conditions ?

    There is a server group (for example 3 Domain Controller in that group) i want that each machine should be updated by OMS (via update management module) in order ? (i want to be sure 1. DC became Up then 2. DC can start to install updates )

    Thank you.


    1. Hi Emre, Not that I am aware of.. However, with some PowerShell, and hybrid runbook worker, you could very easily build that logic into a runbook. of course the easiest solution may be, to just create 3 groups within OMS, and run the update management solution against the group after sequential times.


  2. Hi Ravi
    we have a problem with SCOM and Management pack for Azure. If I add a subscription that has a Data Factory, they fails when I run “Add monitoring wizard” process. The error code is:
    “One or more errors occurred. Object reference not set to an instance of an object”.
    Is a big bug because in the documentation, Microsoft says that this type of resource can be monitored.
    Have you any idea that help us?
    Thanks a lot.


    1. Hi Toni, I have not been in this scenario enough to comment. I would reach out to the TechNet forums to see if anyone has a similar experience. At worst, you could reach out to Microsoft.


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