The Server (and client) Performance Solution for OMS

[Update 11/29/2017: The new query language change for Log Analytics has altered this solution. For details on the new solution see the post at: https://www.catapultsystems.com/cfuller/archive/2017/11/28/updating-the-server-and-client-performance-solution-to-the-new-query-language/] Are you looking for a way to use OMS to give you performance information? Check out this pre-built solution which you can have running in your environment in less than 5…

Catapult guest blogging on TechNet blogs!

I am excited to announce that bloggers from Catapult systems have joined the ranks of other excellent guest bloggers on the TechNet blogs! Matthew Dowst and I teamed up to write a blog post on how to avoid reinventing the wheel when you are using Azure Automation. This is available at: https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/heyscriptingguy/2016/11/08/part-3-how-to-avoid-reinventing-the-wheel-in-azure-automation/ Two of three…

What I learned about Operations Manager 2016 and OMS by (not) attending Ignite

Marnix already beat me to the “What’s new in Operations Manager 2016” answer so for those please go to his blog post at: http://thoughtsonopsmgr.blogspot.com/2016/10/whats-new-in-scom-2016.html On the OMS side of things, here’s the big announcements that I found out about via Twitter or sessions which were available from live stream: OMS integration with Azure: https://scomanswers.com/2016/09/24/new-oms-health-state-threshold-in-view-designer/ Monitoring…

This Friday learn about how to Super-Power your PowerShell and the Anatomy of a Cloud solution

This Friday the DFWSMUG crew will be meeting to cover both PowerShell and Cloud technologies. Details are below: Donnie Taylor (General Motors Architect – Infrastructure Solutions)Super-Powered PowerShellIn this session, Donnie will go over the recently released PowerShell for Linux, multi-threading for fun and profit, showcase a set of useful modules, and more!     Yung…