Get Control of Your Environment with Operations Manager 2012

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Nothing's worse than the 'systems are down' phone call.

We've all been there -- blissfully unaware -- that no one is receiving email, a web farm is down, or a core application isn't running. And then the phones start ringing....

But you can get control of your environment with Operations Manager 2012!

• Receive notifications when systems are down.
• Correct issues automatically, with Ops Manager scripts.
• Perform health checks on systems. (So you'll know about problems before they show up!)

Be proactive like Operations Manager. View our slide deck today!

And for more information on this or other System Center topics, visit our blog at www.cdhtalkstech.com.

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Get Control of Your Environment with Operations Manager 2012

  1. 1. CDH Get Control of Your EnvironmentCDH with Operations Manager 2012 October 2012
  2. 2. CDH Quick FactsAbout Us Approach Partnerships• 22nd Year • Vendor • Microsoft Gold• Grand Rapids & Independent • VMware Enterprise Royal Oak • Non-reseller • Citrix Silver• 30 Staff • Professional • Novell Gold Services Only • Cisco Premier
  3. 3. CDH Microsoft Gold PartnerCompetencies Successes Pinpoint• Four Gold • Customer Excellence • Microsoft’s official• Eight Silver Award partner directory • Virtual Technical • 5-star rating Specialist (VTSP) • Managed Partner • Numerous Partner Awards
  4. 4. CDH Expertise
  5. 5. CDH Get Social with C/D/H C/D/H Talks Tech C/D/H Tweets Tech
  6. 6. CDH Today’s Agenda • Brief overview of SCOM • Some real-life experiences with SCOM • SCOM configuration tips • Setting up email alerting • Monitoring services with SCOM • Using Synthetic Transactions to monitor website performance • Network monitoring
  7. 7. CDH Meet your Presenter Erik Gilreath • Consultant with C/D/H • Currently focusing on System Center, infrastructure and virtualizationMCSE, MCITP, CNE, • With C/D/H since 1999CCNA, CCDA, CCA,CCEA, GCWNErikG@cdh.com
  8. 8. CDH What is SCOM
  9. 9. CDH What SCOM is NOT
  10. 10. CDH SCOM in Real Life • Notifications of system issues • Notifications of possible problems • Alerts for performance issues • Correct issues with the use of scripts • Generates help desk tickets
  11. 11. CDH SCOM Configuration Tips • Decide ahead of time what MPs to install – e.g. Exchange / IIS / SharePoint / etc. • Install one MP at a time – Let it bake a week or two – Start with Windows Core – Create custom MP for each installed MP for overrides • Alert Monitors vs. Alert Rules
  12. 12. CDH Poll What are you most interested in learning about? • Email Alerting • Service Monitoring • Synthetic Transactions • Network Device Monitoring
  13. 13. CDH Email Alerting • Configure a Channel • Configure Subscribers • Configure Subscriptions – Group – Class – Severity – Specific test – Etc…
  14. 14. CDH DEMO
  15. 15. CDH Monitoring Services
  16. 16. CDH Monitoring Services
  17. 17. CDH DEMO
  18. 18. CDH Synthetic Transactions • Real-time actions performed on monitored objects – Test website responsiveness – Monitor database performance – TCP port monitoring
  19. 19. CDH DEMO
  20. 20. CDH Network Device MonitoringWhat SCOM delivers• Out-of-the-box discovery, monitoring, and reporting• Memory utilization, processor utilization, port traffic volume, port error analysis & port packet analysis• Server-to-network dependency discovery• Support for large number of device vendors
  21. 21. CDH Thank You Royal Oak Grand Rapids 306 S. Washington Ave. 15 Ionia SW Suite 212 Suite 270 Royal Oak, MI 48067 Grand Rapids, MI 49503 (248) 546-1800 (616) 776-1600 www.cdh.com (c) C/D/H 2007. All rights reserved

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