Tag Archives: operations manager

Cross platform monitoring System Center Operations Manager

First of, this is a looong post This is a subject that actually I presented at the NIC conferance in Norway in january. How we can use Operations Manager to monitor other worksloads other then Microsoft / Windows. Since in most enterprises they have a lot of different platforms such as:Linux, Vmware, Citrix, Cisco, Microsoft… Read More »

NIC 2014 Conference

So next week it is going to explode with nerds in downtown Oslo. NIC (Nordic Infrastructure Conference) 2014 is thursday and friday, ill be attending there standing there as a part of MTUG (Microsoft Technology User Group) on Microsofts booth, so if you want to say hi please come by! And I am also have… Read More »

Monitoring Windows Server 2012 R2

Microsoft just recently released a preview pack of a management pack that can be used to monitor Windows Server 2012 R2, good job Microsoft! You can download the preview pack here –> http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=39375 The management pack includes monitors for most of the Windows Server features. Including some awesome feature for Hyper-v 2012 R2, including for… Read More »

Monitoring Netscaler with Operations Manager 2012

This guide has been written with Netscaler build 73 and Operations Manager 2012 SP1 (on WS2012) with the management pack from Citrix. Operations Manager 2012 supports monitoring network devices either through SNMP (v1, 2 and 3) or through just basic ICMP. Citrix has made a management pack solution, which you can use to enhance the… Read More »

Operations Manager and service monitoring

With SCOM 2007 you have the ability to monitor a service within your infrastructure with Distributed Applications.Distributed Applications are basically made up of different components that make your service.For instance let’s think of a web shop. Which are typically made up of 1x Webserver1x Database server1x File Serverand/or a authentication service like ADAll these components… Read More »