Introduction to Monitoring with Operation Manager

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SCOM 2012 Build Numbers & Update Rollup Packages

SCOM 2012 Build Numbers & Update Rollup Packages

System Center Operations Manager 2016

Build Number KB Release Date Description
7.2.11257.0 19/11/2015 SCOM 2016 Technical Preview 4
7.2.11125.0 19/08/2015 SCOM 2016 Technical Preview 3
7.2.11097.0 06/05/2015 SCOM 2016 Technical Preview 2
01/10/2014 SCOM 2016 Technical Preview 1

 

System Center Operations Manager 2012 R2

Build Number KB Release Date Description
7.1.10226.1177 3129774 27/01/2016 SCOM 2012 R2 UR9
7.1.10226.1118 3096382 27/10/2015 SCOM 2012 R2 UR8
7.1.10226.1090 3064919 11/08/2015 SCOM 2012 R2 UR7
7.1.10226.1064 3051169 28/04/2015 SCOM 2012 R2 UR6
7.1.10226.1052 3023138 10/02/2015 SCOM 2012 R2 UR5
7.1.10226.1046 2992020 27/10/2014 SCOM 2012 R2 UR4
7.1.10226.1037 2965445 29/07/2014 SCOM 2012 R2 UR3
7.1.10226.1015 2929891 23/04/2014 SCOM 2012 R2 UR2
7.1.10226.1009 2904678 27/01/2014 SCOM 2012 R2 UR1
7.1.10226.0 18/10/2013 SCOM 2012 R2

 

System Center Operations Manager 2012 SP1

Build Number KB Release Date Description
7.0.9538.1136 3071088 11/08/2015 SCOM 2012 SP1 UR10
7.0.9538.1126 3023167 10/02/2015 SCOM 2012 SP1 UR9
7.0.9538.1123 2991997 27/10/2014 SCOM 2012 SP1 UR8
7.0.9538.1117 2965420 29/07/2014 SCOM 2012 SP1 UR7
7.0.9538.1109 2929885 23/04/2014 SCOM 2012 SP1 UR6
7.0.9538.1106 2904680 27/01/2014 SCOM 2012 SP1 UR5
7.0.9538.1084 2879276 21/10/2013 SCOM 2012 SP1 UR4
7.0.9538.1069 2836751 23/07/2013 SCOM 2012 SP1 UR3
7.0.9538.1047 2802159 08/04/2013 SCOM 2012 SP1 UR2
7.0.9538.1005 2785682 23/01/2013 SCOM 2012 SP1 UR1
7.0.9538.0 15/01/2013 SCOM 2012 SP1

 

System Center Operations Manager 2012

Build Number KB Release Date Description
7.0.8560.1048 3071089 11/08/2015 SCOM 2012 UR8
MP link 22/10/2013 SCOM 2012 UR7 – MP for UNIX and Linux Operating Systems
08/10/2013 SCOM 2012 UR6 – MP for UNIX and Linux Operating Systems
08/04/2013 SCOM 2012 UR5 – MP for UNIX and Linux Operating Systems
08/01/2013 SCOM 2012 UR4 – MP for UNIX and Linux Operating Systems
7.0.8560.1036 2756127 08/10/2012 SCOM 2012 UR3
7.0.8560.1027 2706783 28/10/2012 SCOM 2012 UR2
7.0.8560.1021 2686249 07/05/2012 SCOM 2012 UR1
7.0.8560 04/03/2012 SCOM 2012 RTM

 

 

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System Center Orchestrator 2016 Kelverion Integration Pack Support Announcement

Kelverion have been very busy since the RTM release of System Center 2016 validating and testing all of our Integration Packs against Orchestrator 2016.

We pleased to announce the support of our Integration Packs on Orchestrator 2016.  This includes our most popular Integration Packs;

 

Integration Pack for Atlassian Jira Enables creation and management of Issues for Jira v 7.1.7.
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Azure monitoring using SCOM 2012

Hi Guys,

Below are the step by step method to monitor Azure ARM and Azure classic model.You Must have internet connectivity on your SCOM management servers.Remember Microsoft started migrating classic model to Azure ARM model.Azure ARM is new model and it does not required any certificate to authenticate.

Lets start.

  1. First import the Azure management pack.

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2. See the Management pack installation progress

 

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3. Check the connectivity from your SCOM management server to Azure portal.https://portal.azure.com

azure-portal-login

4. Now create Subscription.Now You should have azure user name and password.remember user should be co-admin of subscription. Click on Add subscription

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5. Enter user name and password.Click on Advanced and check the setting.You can modify the setting as per you requirement.

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6. Select the management server pool.if you are using proxy to connect internet.specify the proxy server address in mentioned format.

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7. select the subscription and click add subscription.After successful you can see the below screen

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8. Subscription is added successfully

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9. Now you have to create Monitor to discover Azure component. You have to use Azure template.

Now Create Azure Monitor

10 You can specify the name and management pack name.

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12. Select the subscription and click next.It will discover the service type and performance counters.you have to just click next

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14 below is final summary.click create

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Monitor creation progress

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15. Its done.

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16 Now you can verify the discovery of the subscription.State should be healthy state. It will take some time to come on healthy.

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How to import management packs in SCOM 2012/2007

Applicable for SCOM 2012,SCOM 2007,SCOM 2016

Hi Guys,

Please follow the below step by step method to import SCOM management pack.Lets Start

  1. Open SCOM operation console and click administrative tab and click on Management packs.Now Right click and select Import management pack

 

scom-management-pack-import

2. You will see the below import box.Click on Add from disk.I have already downloaded the management pack and saved on my local disk.You have internet connectivity on SCOM console server,you can select add from catalogue also.

 

scom-management-pack-import1

2. It will prompt for dependent management check.You can click no.

scom-management-pack-import2

3. Now select the management pack which you want to import.

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4. You can see the management pack import progress

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5. Management pack successfully imported.you can close the box

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6. You can verify the imported management pack as below.On the search box type the management pack which you have imported.

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