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  • Using Custom Log Search Alerts Based on Metric Measurement for Event Based Logs

    In Azure Monitor we can create two type of alerts for Log Analytics: Custom Log Search Alerts Near real-time metric alerts Near real-time metric alerts are scoped to specific performance counter and heartbeat events but with Custom Log Search Alerts you can alert on any log in Log Analytics. With Custom Log Search Alerts the […]

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  • SCOM Virtualization host CPU spikes

    A lot of the core functionality SCOM 2016 have today was released with SCOM 2007. SCOM 2007 was released (as the name states) in 2007, at the very, very early stages of virtualization. 2007 Was also the start of my professional IT career and I remember only the moste assertive companies with most capital was […]

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  • Increase ASR (Azure Site Recovery) Replication and Failback Default Settings

    Now that you have deployed ASR (Azure Site Recovery), for Hyper-V and have started to up being replication, you notice the replication process just might take forever, as there are several VMs still queued. That is right, by default, ASR will replicate 4 (four) VMs at a given time. This value can be increased (to […]

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  • Azure Update Management – Part II

    A little while ago, I blogged on OMS’ (Operations Management Suite) Update Management Solution. As great as this solution was, there were some limitations at the time, such having the ability to exclude specific patches, co-management with SCCM (Configuration Manager), and few others. Since that post, there have been some great improvements to Update Management, so let’s […]

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  • Azure Virtual Network (VNet) Peering

    Azure VNet Peering enables two virtual network groups to communicate with one another. Once the two virtual networks have been peered, virtual machines communicate over Microsoft’s backbone infrastructure. This allows resources in either VNet to communicate to one another, as communication is bi-directional. VNet Peering essentially creates its own isolated network which is dedicated to […]

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