Tag Archives: Data

#MSOMS Is Not #SCOM

I’ve been meaning to write this blog post for a long time. The reason for that is because since the first preview of OMS (Operational Insights back in the day) I’ve received question like “I’ve removed the Microsoft Monitoring Agent from my server but why I still see the server in OMS?” trough various channels. […]

Linear or Logarithmic View for Performance Data in OMS Log Analytics?

As you may have noticed in OMS Log Analytics for performance data you can now choose between linear or logarithmic view. The full blog post can be found here.

Business Intelligence + IT Monitoring + IT Service Management = BSI

Managing hybrid environments comes with many challenges, and one of those challenges is the realization that organizations need to modernize their IT operations to improve service delivery in order to keep up with the hybrid world and the digital transformation. With surmountable pressure to deliver business value and get IT infrastructure to operate more efficiently, […]

Are you having problems with visualizing SCOM data, alert storms and Distributed Applications?

Are you having problems with visualizing SCOM data, alert storms and Distributed Applications? System Center Operations Manager (SCOM) is a great system to monitor services. In SCOM, an IT Service refers to a ‘Distributed Application’, mainly because most SCOM users think of a Windows Service or Web Service when they see the word ‘service’, instead […]

Live Maps v8 – What is new? Part I

Live Maps v8 – What is new? Part I Savision is about to release a new version of its flagship solution Live Maps. This new and improved version contains a number of powerful and cutting-edge features. In this and in our next blog article, I am going to describe some of the highlights that will […]

Managing hybrid environments

Managing Hybrid Environments With today’s IT world becoming increasingly hybrid, organizations are under pressure to modernize their IT infrastructure in order to operate more efficiently. Managing hybrid environments comes with many challenges, and one of those challenges is the realization that their current IT management systems need to be modernized to keep up with the […]

Live Maps Unity: Manage mobile devices with PowerShell

One of the features in Live Maps Unity is a mobile-device app that receives notifications when something goes wrong with a business service or a member of a Live Maps Unity view. The user of the app can choose to receive notifications for what services or Live Maps views they want to monitor. It would […]

More relevance, not more data

Most companies that begin to formally manage their IT infrastructures do so when their management teams begin to perceive a pervasive state of uncertainty. Not only do various services go offline or perform poorly (due to overloading, data stalls or network problems), but they do so haphazardly, making mitigation difficult to plan and inefficient to […]

Where is My SQL SCOM Dashboard Performance Data?

I’ve seen cases where you have SCOM 2012 or higher and latest SQL Management Pack but the performance data is not showing in the SQL dashboards for some or for all of your SQL servers: In such case the solution can be simple as rebuilding SQL WMI described here: http://support2.microsoft.com/kb/956013 I also recommend restarting the […]

Sync HP ProLiant Server and BladeSystem CIs from SCOM to SCSM

There is a great article at systemcentercentral.com on how to synchronize CI from SCOM to SCSM. The article shows an example with Dell Management Pack. I followed this article and will show you how to do the same for HP ProLiant Server Management Pack and HP BladeSystem Management Pack. Let first introduce what objects are […]