I have written several blog posts to assist with providing methods to visualize server health in Microsoft OMS (www.microsoft.com/oms). These include:
Using OMS to visualize server health based on free disk space
Using OMS to visualize server health based on memory utilization
Approaches available to provide heartbeat alerts in OMS
Today’s blog post will wrap up that topic with a brief discussion on any “gotcha’s” that I ran into while working with these approaches. These include: false alerts due to no data collected, crossing the 500 mb/day limit on a free tier workspace, and an Operations Manager management group which had issues reporting data into OMS.
For the full version of this blog post see: http://blogs.catapultsystems.com/cfuller/archive/2016/03/21/gotchas-while-using-oms-for-server-key-performance-indicators/