Tag Archives: SCOM

SCOMpercentageCPUTimeCounter cause CPU Spike

*Originally posted at adatum.no To be honest this have existed for years, and written about back in 2014. Now, in 2017, SCOM 2016 UR2 is released the problem remains. Perhaps with greater consequence due to virtualization. If you’re unfamiliar with the problem SCOMpercentageCPUTimeCounter.vbs (.ps1 in SCOM 2016) is a script included in the “System Center […]

Passport to SCOM 2016

Here is your Passport to SCOM 2016 If you are wondering what is new with SCOM 2016 and what’s down the road for SCOM, don’t miss out on Savision’s upcoming session: ‘Passport to SCOM 2016’. Hop on the SCOM2016 plane. Mark your calendar for: Tuesday, February 21st at 10 AM (EST) | 4 PM CET (EU) […]

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How much do you know about SCOM, Azure and OMS?

How much do you know about Microsoft trends and technologies covering aspects of SCOM, OMS, Azure and more? Now is the time to test your knowledge! We would like to challenge you to participate in this IT Quiz, brought to you by Savision in cooperation with subject matter experts, a full range of awesome MVPs who […]

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.

You can also find this in Microsoft’s TechNet Gallery, HERE.   For more on SCOM and other System Center Technologies, in addition to OMS, please visit, SCOMandOtherGeekyStuff.com.

Dual-Homing OMS/Microsoft Monitoring Agent (MMA)

Today I learned that the MMA (Microsoft Monitoring Agent) has the ability to be “dual-homed“. Similar to what we have seen in the past with the System Center Operations Manager (SCOM) agent and dual-homing it to multiple SCOM environments/Management Groups, the same can be said for the Operations Management Suite (OMS)/MMA agent. By going into […]

FREE WEBINAR: Radically Optimize SCOM with Service-Oriented Monitoring

Join our webinar and learn how to build a proactive service-oriented monitoring approach by understanding the business. The webinar will show you how to find the common ground between the organization’s information technology and business needs by monitoring and managing the end-user experience and business transactions. Some of the topics the webinar will cover: Visibility: How to improve visibility and share relevant information? Alerts: How to make sense out […]

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. […]

SCOM 2016 + OMS User Group (Toronto) Meetup! – Reminder

Hi All, Just a quick reminder, next week, November 16th, I will be hosting a SCOM 2016 and OMS User Group meetup. It will be hosted at the University of Toronto, Nov 16, 2016. Please see the link below for more details! Seating is free (but limited!), so RSVP your spot soon!! For more details […]

Step-by-Step Upgrading to SCOM 2016 from SCOM 2012 R2

So you’ve decided to take the jump and upgrade to System Center Operations Manager 2016? Assuming you are running a SCOM 2012R2 (UR11) environment, this post will be exactly what you need to have a successful SCOM 2012 R2 to SCOM 2016 upgrade. **Although the recommended path is to upgrade from UR9** In my environment, […]