Archive for the ‘Microsoft Operations Management Suite’ Category

From time to time I play Minecraft with friends. As a former SCOM geek I have¬†of course configured monitoring for this server ūüôā¬†The server¬†in this blogpost is a Windows server but most of the example works the same for a Minecraft server running on Linux.¬†On the Minecraft server there are two types of resources that […]

In this post I would like to share some ideas around monitoring Azure Backup Server and backup jobs with Microsoft Operations Management Suite (OMS). OMS comes with a solution for Azure Backup. With this solution I can see that the Azure Backup vault protect 3 servers and is using a total of X GB. If […]

Tao (@MrTaoYang), Stan (@StanZhelyazkov), Pete (@pzerger) and I have been working on a project for the last few weeks. We wanted to bring a learning resource for the¬†MS¬†Operations Management Suite to the community that is complete, comprehensive, concise‚Ķand free (as in beer). While we finish final editing passes over the next couple of weeks, we […]

Using Custom Fields in OMS

Posted: 9th November 2015 by Anders Bengtsson in Microsoft Operations Management Suite

Last week I was working with custom fields in Operations Management Suite (OMS). I would like to share an example were to use custom fields. In this example we have a custom application named Contoso Invoicing Software that writes events (event Id 580) to the application event log. These events are collected by OMS but […]