Summary: A summary of new features introduced into Microsoft Operations Management Suite.
Hello friends of OMS! As requested by many of you, we are starting a monthly email to provide updates that summarize the OMS service enhancements. This post will cover Automation, Backup, Log Analytics, Security and Site Recovery.
NEW FEATURES NOW AVAILABLE TO OMS CUSTOMERS
- Public preview of Premium Storage VMs
- PowerShell support for Recovery Services vault
- Simplified experience in the new Azure portal
- Support for cloud solution partner subscriptions
- Halo 5 needed near-real-time log search ability. 343 Industries wanted to limit the time from when an event was generated to when it is searchable in Microsoft Log Analytics to under a minute.
- OMS scales to support the tens of billions of telemetry events that Halo 5 generates daily.
- Azure Site Recovery general availability in new Azure portal with simplified experience
- Azure Site Recovery support for Azure Resource Manager resources with ability to create Azure Resource Manager VMs at failover
- Azure Site Recovery scenarios general availability under the Cloud Solution Provider program
- Support for premium storage for VMware to Azure
- Support for exclude disk capability for premium storage
- Collect custom logs from Windows and Linux servers
- Parse any text file
- Threat intelligence dashboard (public preview): one-stop-shop for Indicators of Compromise (IoCs).
- Custom notable issues (public preview): Enable users to add their own custom notable issues by using near real-time search to find actual matches proprietary to their organization.
- Linux Support (public preview): Notable issues from Linux event data.
- Security baseline assessments (private preview): Ability to set of basic security objectives (baselines) which must be met by any given system to reduce security threats.
- In-depth articles that are specific to security.
- Out-of-the-box remediation actions for common Azure VM Lifecycle scenarios (start, stop VM)
- Log Analytics is now available in (South East Asia) Singapore and Australia datacenters.
- Automation is now available in Australia.
Read-only user role introduced for OMS log analytics
- Add/remove solutions (solution gallery hidden)
- Add/modify/remove “My Dashboards”
That is all I have for you today.
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Operations Management Suite Team