MP Author Version 8.2

The following is a special guest blog from Silect We are pleased to announce the General Availability of MP Author version 8.2. We’ve made lots of updates and improvements to our family of products for SCOM. Here’s a summary of the changes to MP Author: Support for SCOM 1801 When sealing and deploying and MP, deploy… Read more

Update Rollup 5 for System Center 2016 Service Management Automation is now available

Update Rollup 5 for System Center 2016 Service Management Automation is now available. See the article Update Rollup 5 for System Center 2016 Service Management Automation for a description of issues that are fixed and the improvements that are included. This article also contains the installation instructions for this update…. Read more

Update Rollup 5 for System Center 2016 Operations Manager is released

Update Rollup 5 for System Center 2016 Operations Manager is now available. See the article Update Rollup 5 for System Center 2016 Operations Manager for a description of issues that are fixed and the improvements that are included. This article also contains the installation instructions for this update…. Read more

In case you missed it! The latest System Center release, version 1801, is here.

In February we announced that System Center, version 1801 was now available.  It’s the first release in our new Semi-Annual Channel and delivers new features and enhancements based on customer feedback. It builds on the capabilities of System Center 2016 and has support for the latest version of Windows Server, version 1709 as well as… Read more

System Center 1801 Operations Manager – Enhanced log file monitoring for Linux Servers

System Center Operations Manager 1801 has enhanced log file monitoring capabilities for Linux Servers. Operations Manager now supports Fluentd, an Open source Data collector. Customers can also leverage Fluentd capabilities and plugins published by the Fluentd community to get enhanced customizable log file monitoring. The existing OMI based monitoring for currently supported Linux workloads will… Read more

New SCOM Web Console – Blog series (Post 5/5): Sample Custom Dashboard walkthrough

About SCOM 1801 marks the release of REST APIs for SCOM SDK. Using these APIs a user can create any custom client application of their own. This blog aims at walking the user through a scenario where a complete standalone application is developed and deployed using the SCOM REST APIs. This application can even be… Read more

New SCOM Web Console – Blog series (Post 4/5): The all new Drilldown experience

About This blog aims at introducing the all new drilldown experience added as part of the new dashboard with SCOM 1801 release.  For details on implementation and other parameters please refer to the After going through this blog a user would: Understand what the new drilldown feature is. Get a brief understanding of how drilldown… Read more

New SCOM Web Console – Blog series (Post 3/5): The new HTML5 Widgets

About This blog aims at introducing the all new HTML5 based widgets added as part of the new dashboards with  . For details on implementation and other parameters please refer to the detailed documentation. After going through this blog a user would: Understand what are all the new widgets Learn about the different widget actions… Read more

New SCOM Web Console – Blog series (Post 2/5): The all new Dashboards

About This blog aims at introducing the all new HTML5 based dashboard functionality added to SCOM 1801 release. For details on implementation and other parameters please refer to the detailed documentation. After going through this blog, a user would: Understand the new dashboard capability Learn about the different dashboard actions The all new Dashboards The… Read more

New SCOM Web Console – Blog series (Post 1/5): Overview

About  This series of blogs intends to introduce the new SCOM Web Console released in System Center Operations Manager 1801. For details on implementation and other parameters please refer to the detailed documentation. This blog is designed to be a bit more informal and describes the different features by associating them to use cases. The series is divided into different parts and… Read more