Tag Archives: IIS

System Center Operations Manager (SCOM) 2016 – Web Console IIS Requirements for Windows Server 2016

The following PowerShell code is to install all the necessary IIS components for System Center Operations Manager (SCOM) 2016 Web Console on Windows Server 2016.

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Why Service-Oriented Monitoring is here to stay

Many of you are most likely running some kind of monitoring tool in your environment today to make sure that your servers are up and running as they should. Traditionally, monitoring has been focused at checking the state of single components, such as the server itself (does it respond to ping?), memory and CPU etc. […]

Ready-made, IT-centric and fancy dashboards by SCOM Expert Daniel Orneling

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 […]

A must-have for SCOM users: Dashboards by Savision by MIcrosoft MVP Marius Sandbu

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 […]

Introducing SCVMM Service Templates and Datacenter Automation by Solution Accelerators Team

Solution Accelerators Team in Microsoft is starting two new initiatives: