I had some free time so, I figured let’s test out the SCOM 2016 Web Console with respect to HTML5… In my test, I tested the following browsers. Please note, metrics/data collected was within the built-in browser development tools. Internet Explorer 11 (Obviously) Chrome (v 54.0.2840.71 m) Firefox (v 49.0.2) I tested out the following views […]
I’m happy to notify you that SCUtils Knowledge Awareness now supports a new HTML5 self-service portal for Microsoft System Center 2012 R2 Service Manager. This new feature dramatically helps organizations that have already deployed the HTML5 self-service portal. As many of you already mentioned, a new HTML5 self-service portal now has very limited search engine. […]
My colleague, Yuriy Nizhnikov, wrote a blog post about the situation with rates visibilty in the new HTML5 Service Manager 2012 R2 self-service portal. Please read the blog post here.
Microsoft has been slowly moving away from using Silverlight based and traditional Windows Framework consoles. Just last week, Microsoft announced that they were releasing an HTML5-based self-service console for Service Manager and for Configuration Manager as well. But for Operations Manager, nothing has changed. Luckily Savision, a Microsoft Gold partner, has been doing a lot […]
New and fresh dashboards straight out of the oven by Daniel Orneling Dashboards by Savision is a free HTML5 dashboarding tool that complements SCOM in a really nice way when creating custom views/dashboards. In the new version of Dashboards by Savision, the “Computer Health & Dashboards” has been incorporated again. When I was first introduced […]
For many of us, Savision has always been synonymous with Live Maps Unity, a Business Service Management solution. Live Maps Unity is a great solution as it gives us a clear visualization of the health, availability and performance of your business services using data from SCOM. But wouldn’t it be great to also have some […]
Have you ever tried working with the Web Console in Operations Manager? It has not been widely adopted since (like most of the System Center web components) it relies on Silverlight, which is slowly being phased out by Microsoft. There are many Microsoft partners that have seen that there is a gap to fill here […]