Also this week there were many news around Microsoft Azure! Here as always the overview for you: Public Preview: Use Azure Quota Rest APIs to manage service limits (quotas) Public preview: Cross Subscription Restore for Azure Virtual Machines Public preview: Azure Bastion now support shareable links Public preview: Add an Azure Cosmos DB custom endpoint…
In den vergangenen zwei Monaten gab es im Bereich der Management-Packs für SCOM einige Neuerscheinungen bzw. Updates. Vor allem was das Monitoring von Ressourcen unter Azure angeht gibt es Neues. Hier können wir auch in den kommenden Monaten einiges erwarten. Hier mal eine Auflistung der hinzugekommenen / aktualisierten Packs:Mehr Infos zu diesem Management Pack
- Discovery der Parallel Data Warehouse Appliance - Monitoring der Parallel Data Warehouse Appliance - Custom Tasks - Custom Mail-Templates - ...
Important Pre-Requisite Notes: This management pack depends on the SQL Server Appliance Base Monitoring Pack; this helps you manage your SQL Server appliances by discovering appliances in your network and distinguishing them from other Windows servers. You need to import the SQL Server Base Appliance Management Pack before importing the SQL Server PDW Appliance Management Pack. You can download the SQL Server Appliance Base Management Pack here
- Support neuer Agent Releases
- monitor the availability and performance of Azure fabric resources that are running on Windows Azure
- proactive monitoring of the App-V 5.0 Server systems - monitoring relevant services
- Key Processor Performance Indicators - Logical and Physical disk performance and free space - Memory utilization - Network health - Health monitoring of key Windows Operating System services - Comprehensive performance collections - Availability and event reports
Features: User-friendly wizard to discover Windows Azure SQL Database servers. Provides availability status of Windows Azure SQL Database server. Collects and monitors health of Windows Azure SQL Database databases. Space monitoring: Used space Free space Total allocated quota Track the total number of databases per server Collects and monitors performance information: Average memory per session Total memory per session Total CPU time per session Total I/O per session Number of database sessions Maximum Transaction execution time Maximum Transaction lock count Maximum Transaction log space used Network Egress/Ingress bandwidth Ability to define Custom thresholds for each monitor to configure the warning and critical alerts. Run-as profile to securely connect to Windows Azure SQL Database. Detailed knowledge to guide the IT operator with troubleshooting the problem Custom tasks to redirect the user to the Windows Azure SQL Database online portal Custom query support to enable application-specific availability and performance monitoring
Simplified dashboard The dashboard of the Exchange 2013 Management Pack has been simplified and refined into the following three categorie Active Alerts Provides a list of all outstanding alerts in your organization. Organization Health Provides an overview of the overall service health in your organization. Server Health Provides an overview of the health of individual servers in your organization. User focused monitoring Exchange 2013 introduces a monitoring and recovery infrastructure called Managed Availability. Managed Availability focuses on the user experience. All Exchange 2013 components have built-in monitors that detect problems and attempt to recover the service availability. Any issues that can't be recovered automatically are escalated to the Exchange 2013 Management Pack as an alert.