I was invited to speak at the MEMUG (Denver System Center user group) this Friday on the topic of “Monitoring and Windows Azure”. The screenshot below is the key point that I wanted to bring across in that presentation. As you may have seen in previous blog posts Azure and how it intersects with System Center is an area of interest for me. (Links to the 15 part blog series is available at: http://www.systemcentercentral.com/blog-series-kicking-the-tires-on-windows-azure-15-installments/).
With recent updates in monitoring around Azure, I decided it was time to start a second series of blog posts on this topic. This blog series will include:
Part 1a: Kicking the tires: Using the Azure management pack in OpsMgr 2012 [Previously blogged] & Part 1b:Monitoring Azure in Operations Manager 2012 using the Azure Applications management pack [Additional notes on this management pack]
Part 4: What is the “Windows Azure Pack” and what does it mean to us?