What versions of SCOM can be upgraded to Operations Manager 1801?

    If you would like to move your SCOM deployment on to the Semi-Annual Channel, what versions does Microsoft support moving from? The answer is here:  https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/system-center/scom/plan-system-requirements?view=sc-om-1801#supported-coexistence   There are two methods to get to SCOM 1801: Migration (parallel install with coexistence) In Place Upgrade Both are supported.   System Center Operations Manager 1801…

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Operations Manager 1801 – Quickstart Deployment Guide

  There is already a very good deployment guide posted on Microsoft Docs here:   https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/system-center/scom/deploy-overview?view=sc-om-1801   The following article will cover a basic install of System Center Operations Manager 1801.   The concept is to perform a limited deployment of OpsMgr, only utilizing as few servers as possible, but enough to demonstrate the roles and capabilities. …

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Operations Manager 1801 is available!

    This is a major change from all previous versions of SCOM.  Operations Manager 1801 is the first release of SCOM built on the Semi-Annual Channel release cycle.  All new features and updates will now be delivered in this Semi-Annual Channel (SAC), following the same Semi-Annual release cycle that Windows Server is using.   …

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Using Hashtables in your SCOM scripts

    When we work with getting data out of SCOM via PowerShell, or building automations, something that can really help speed things up are Hashtables.   I was recently working with a customer to build a discovery for a new class, and get properties from other existing classes.  I had to build an array…

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