Announcing Linux & Docker Container management with OMS!

What’s the OMS Agent for Linux? The OMS Agent for Linux is the easiest way to collect Syslog events, Performance metrics, Container data, as well as Nagios and Zabbix alerts.  The agent is a light, open and modular agent built on proven open source components.  The core of the agent uses an existing open source… Read more

Linux Server Usage in your Organizations

We are looking to help better manage your Linux servers and would like to understand your Linux server usage in your organizations. This survey is anonymous. We know most viewers of this blog are not usually the primary Linux users but please fill this survey to the best of your knowledge. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/LinuxMS Thanks in advance for… Read more

OMS agent now supports W2K8 SP1 OS and 32bit systems

We have now added support for Windows Server 2008 SP1 operating systems and 32bit systems. You just need to download the updated agent from the OMS portal ‘Settings’ tile then click the ‘Connected Sources’ tab. Download the agent MSI and run it on your servers. We have a lot of customers using Operations Management Suite… Read more

Learn about the Microsoft Operations Management Suite (OMS) in less than 90seconds

Resources: 90 second overview video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X-NKtpXxX-s Detailed overview: https://channel9.msdn.com/events/Ignite/2015/BRK3500 Twitter Account: @msopsmgmt OMS Overview & Features PPT deck: Download here Value Prop & Onboarding guide: Download here Satya Vel Microsoft Operations Management – Onboarding.pdf… Read more

System Center Customer-Product Team meet up at Ignite 2015

We would like to invite you to join us for a discussion on the future of System Center. This is an opportunity for you to meet the System Center leadership team and influence the direction of the product. We will have dedicated tables to discuss various topics with members of the product team and you… Read more

SCOM & OpInsights Sessions at Ignite Conference in Chicago

We are excited to share that we will have 5 SCOM & OpInsights sessions led by the engineering team at Ignite Chicago. If you are attending the conference please join us at these sessions. We would be happy to answer any questions you have on our products before and after the presentation. If you have any questions… Read more

Managing JBoss Application Server 7 with System Center Operations Manager 2012 R2: Part 2 – Domain Mode

This blog is a continuation of “Managing JBoss Application Server 7 with System Center Operations Manager 2012 R2: Part 1 – Standalone Mode” found here. As a reminder, JBoss Application Server 7 can be booted in two distinct operating modes: standalone and domain mode. The first blog covered a walkthrough of the standalone mode and… Read more

NOTICE: Upcoming URL change for OpsMgr-attach to Azure Operational Insights

IMPORTANT for OpInsights users! If you are using OpsMgr with Azure Operational Insights behind proxies with specific ACL or rules to only allow traffic to specific destination, please note the following upcoming change that would require an action in your environment. In order to align the way that OpsMgr and direct agent send data to… Read more

Have a say on the future of System Center

The System Center leadership team is looking to hear from you on the challenges you face with your Management tools and where you would like to see us invest going forward. We put together a short survey to gather your feedback and an option to join a discussion panel around this topic. We are counting… Read more

Managing JBoss Application Server 7 with System Center Operations Manager 2012 R2: Part 1 – Standalone Mode

Java Application Server management with System Center Operations Manager has been available since 2010, and with the latest Management Pack update http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=44576  JBoss Application Server 7 support is finally available. JBoss Application Server 7 can be booted in two distinct operating modes: standalone and domain mode. Standalone mode is the most familiar to past JBoss… Read more