Hi, does anyone know if SC2016 Orchestrator can receive and process SNMP traps. I want to write a runbook to receive SNMP traps from a application and convert them in SCOM alerts. Raise/Clear etc. However I can not find a ‘Monitor SNMP Trap’ action in the standard IP’s a search on Google has also drawn a blank.
With the increased uptake of cloud technologies across the board, Kelverion have seen a significant shift in companies moving their automation from on-premise to the cloud. We are also getting a lot of requests from companies looking to understand if cloud automation is right for them, what’s involved in migrating and what will automation look like in the […]
It took us some time but we’ve managed to update the one and only free OMS book. We had plans to release it earlier but unforeseen things has happened which prevented us to do it earlier. I hope you will understand but you will still enjoy it. The other authors and me put a lot […]
So you have multiple SCOM Management Servers, yet you just happen to have all of your SCOM agents reporting to one server, or maybe two if you half tried to load balance your agents. There are several reasons why you would want to have multiple Management Servers, ie. off-load workflows, reduce stress on servers, etc., […]
IT pros and CIOs have a lot of powerful tools at their disposal these days. Yet the strengths of each come with relative weaknesses in other areas, and nothing does it all. If we’re lucky, we find ourselves with the “best in class” product for each of our needs – and even then, some services […]
Recently PowerShell Gallery received a feature that you can deploy Modules from PowerShell Gallery to Azure Automation (part of OMS). You can upload PowerShell Modules to Azure Automation with little or not change to the module. If you want to make your PowerShell module more appealing and easy to use in Azure Automation you can […]
One of the promises of System Center, Azure and other infrastructure and cloud management platforms is the ability to create more automated operations that involve less manual administration. But there is no “Enable Automation” check box in any of these products, because “automation” is a broad term that too often has a buzz word quality. I’d argue […]
I just found out that a colleague of mine (David Jaffe) is hosting a Lunch and Learn focusing on how to better leverage your System Center environment. If you use System Center and are in the area for this presentation you should definitely check this out. Details on this are available below! You are […]