SCUtils team is excited to present a new free solution for SCOM 2012 R2 – SCUtils Monitoring for APC UPS devices. The solution enables monitoring uninterruptible power supplies made by APC by Schneider Electric. The solution is compatible with SCOM 2012 R2 and in this version has the following advantages: Multiple reports (availability, parameter’s graphs, etc.); […]
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A flexible way of monitoring disk space availability for Windows Server 2008 and 2012 R2 versions. Simply add the text file to the logical drive root for the monitor instance (Server > Drive)and choose warning and critical alert levels. The powershell script supports cookdowns and other features to allow further refinements. Please refer to the […]
This sample dashboard displays the health of the computers in the environment using the built-in state widget and also uses the Veeam traffic light widget to display CPU, disk and memory health in the environment (NOTE: This sample MP has a dependency on Operations Manager 2012 R2 and the Veeam Hyper-V management pack).
Details on this excel spreadsheet are available at http://www.systemcentercentral.com/designing-operations-manager-2012-r2-architectures-when-you-have-iaas-virtuals-running-in-azure/.
Adding this management pack provides two monitors as part of the availability portion of the windows server class that are enabled for members of the “SQL Computers” group. One alert warns when SQL evaluation edition is installed, the other provides a critical alert when the evaluation has expired.
Sample scripts to compare agents and management packs between management groups in Operations Manager
The SQL and PowerShell scripts can be used to compare management packs loaded into two different management groups and agents reporting into two different management groups. Both PowerShell and SQL options are available in the zip file.
Sample management pack to enable the monitor and diagnostic in the Windows 2008 management pack which occurs when the monitor goes to critical state. This disables the other monitor for this condition which does not include the diagnostic.