How to bi your operations with System Center 2012 R2 using Operations Manager and Service Manager

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How to bi your operations with System Center 2012 R2 using Operations Manager and Service Manager

  1. 1. How to BI your Operations with System Center 2012 R2 using Operations Manager and Service Manager Oskar Landman en Walter Eikenboom
  2. 2.  SC 2012 R2 overview  Operations Manager 2012  What's new R2  BI your operations  Capacity planning and chargeback Agenda
  3. 3. System Center 2012 R2 Windows Azure Pack for Windows Server
  4. 4. Operations Manager 2012
  5. 5. SC 2012 OpsMgr investments  Topology simplification  Network monitoring  Linux/Unix authoring  OM manageability  Scale Improvement (50%)  Extensible dashboards .NET Application Performance Monitoring  JEE Monitoring DevOps Experience Infrastructure and Workloads
  6. 6. SC 2012 OpsMgr SP1 Investments  Virtual fabric monitoring  Storage monitoring  New Linux distributions  360 dashboards  DevOps scenarios  Global Service Monitor  Enhanced APM: WCF, MVC, .NET Windows services, IIS8  TFS & Intellitrace Integration DevOps Experience Infrastructure and Workloads
  7. 7. Whats new in R2
  8. 8. SC 2012 OpsMgr R2 Investments  360 Infrastructure Monitoring  Better integration with VMM  Improved Azure Monitoring  Improved Management Packs  Advisor Attach including support for SC infrastructure components  Improving dashboard performance  New Widgets  Java APM  Enhanced Intellitrace integration  Enhanced TFS integration DevOps Experience Infrastructure and Workloads
  9. 9. VMM monitoring
  10. 10. Private Cloud Monitoring in R2  The infrastructure admin should be able to see an at a glance view of cloud health, and health of the underlying fabric/VMs  Ensure the infrastructure admin can do root cause analysis by linking to existing dashboards such as network monitoring dashboards  Improve the VMM diagram view (rollups) and ensure it reflects recent improvements in network and storage monitoring Cloud Host (not belonging to host group) Host Group Host Cluster Virtual Machine No roll-up Host Group Storage Cloud has  VM Count  vCPU Count  Storage Size  Memory Size  Storage Classification Storage has  Storage Array  TotalCapacity  Storage Classification Storage Classification Network Devices Host uses device VMM Model
  11. 11. MP Updates for Workloads http://blogs.technet.com/b/momteam/archive/2013/03/12/mp-blog-consistent-world-class-manageability.aspx http://blogs.technet.com/b/momteam/archive/2013/03/27/mp-blog-knowledge-knowledge-knowledge.aspx 45 MPs (new or updated) released since January 2012 http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/16174.microsoft-management-packs.aspx
  12. 12. Global Service Monitor
  13. 13. Global Service Monitor
  14. 14. Resources Global Service Monitor supporting countries. • http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/server-cloud/system- center/global-service-monitor.aspx • http://technet.microsoft.com/library/jj860368.aspx • http://systemcenterdynamics.wordpress.com/2012/07/16/globa l-service-monitor-on-opsmgr-2012/
  15. 15. Windows Azure Monitoring
  16. 16. MP for Windows Azure • • • • • • • Service Availability Dashboard
  17. 17. System Center Advisor
  18. 18. Microsoft Customer Service and Support Knowledge Base CUSTOMER CONFIGURATIONS BEST PRACTICE CONFIGURATION Lync Server SharePoint SQL Server Exchange Server Windows Server Fabric Components
  19. 19. SC Advisor as an Attached Service Advisor Service
  20. 20. System Center Advisor DEMO Time
  21. 21. 360 Application Monitoring
  22. 22. Java APM Performance and Exception Events within SCOM Application Advisor • Method and Resource timing for Performance Events • Stack Traces for Exception Events • Java Specific counters for events (JVM Memory, Class Loader etc) • Subset of standard APM Reports Supported Ops Manager Level Alerting on Java Application Server counters • Requests / Second • Perf Events / Second • Exception Events / Second • Average Request Time
  23. 23. BI your operations
  24. 24. The magic three in operations • Top three critical alerts • Top three warnings • Top three Servers with errors • Top three incidents • Top three effected CI’s • Top three SLA breaches One page operations report Warnings Events Alerts
  25. 25. Embed reports in Microsoft SharePoint, Microsoft Excel, a file share, or any intranet/internet site capable of displaying an Excel- based document DASHBOARDS
  26. 26. Microsoft Excel Pivot Tables integrate into Service Manager Data Warehouse Data mart and take advantage of Excel capabilities to format and present data MICROSOFT EXCEL
  27. 27. SCSM Data warehouse
  28. 28. BI your operations DEMO Time
  29. 29. Live Maps - Standard edition DatacenterApplication Network Topology Geographical Dashboards Business Process
  30. 30. Live Maps - Enterprise edition Interactive Maps Service Manager Integration Real-Time Diagnostics
  31. 31. Maximize your investment in Microsoft System Center Transforming complex IT data into meaningful, well organized and actionable dashboards
  32. 32. Capacity planning and chargeback
  33. 33. capacity planning and chargeback
  34. 34. Financial management
  35. 35. Bedankt! Vragen? Next up: Ronny de Jong Delivering People-centric IT with Configuration Manager R2

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