ADFS (Active Directory Federation Services) has really taken flight since the inception of Office 365 and Azure Active Directory. Getting your on-premises environment configured with online identity services such as Azure, and having the SSO (Single Sign-On) abilities makes ADFS fundamental. Implementing ADFS is one thing, but what about monitoring your ADFS environment?
The following post is intended to illustrate the differences between ADFS monitoring by comparing the following monitoring tools: Azure AD Connect Health, OMS (Operations Management Suite) and SCOM 2016 (System Center Operations Manager).
SCOM (Operations Manager) 2016
First step is to deploy SCOM agents to your ADFS environment/servers along with the ADFS Management Pack install. Once that is complete, and discovery has run, we should start seeing data within the ADFS view(s).
Within the ADFS view, for the complete post, please visit SCOMandOtherGeekyStuff.com.