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Posted by Augusto Alvarez on April 3, 2017
Azure Monitor Goes Live in General Availability

Microsoft has just released to the public, and with a stable version (preview was announced in September 2016), Azure Monitor. This platform represents a set of features and capabilities within Azure to provide detail logs, metrics and diagnostic about the workloads in the Microsoft public cloud.

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Posted by Florent Appointaire on October 19, 2016
[OMS] Create a new dashboard for your IIS servers

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I’m currently discovering Microsoft OMS and it’s why, today, I’ll explain to you how to create your view in OMS, for IIS servers.

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Posted by Oksana Zybinskaya on April 14, 2016
OMS alerting is now generally available

Microsoft Operations Management Suite alerting has moved from preview mode to generally available status.

In addition to numerous bug fixes, some of the new improvements were introduced:

WebHook support: Provides a WebHook URL to send alerts to, which allows integrating with other tools like Slack or a wide variety of incident management tools.

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Posted by Charbel Nemnom on March 28, 2016
Introduction to Microsoft Operations Management Suite (OMS) – Part IV

In part three of this multi-part blog series, we covered how to configure OMS to collect data through integration with System Center Operations Manager (SCOM), and through direct connections to individual servers. We also covered how Microsoft Operations Management Suite uses Solutions to deliver insights into your log data by providing a cost-effective, all-in-one cloud management solution so you can better protect guest workloads in Azure, AWS, Windows Server, Linux, VMWare, and Open Stack.

In today’s post, Part 4: we will cover how to perform log analytics with OMS.

In the first section of this post, you will learn how to use the search feature of OMS to perform powerful queries against data being collected by OMS in support of your log analytic efforts for several different OMS Solutions.

In the second section, we will use OMS Search in conjunction with the Security and Audit Solution.

If you want to follow along, please ensure that Part I, Part II and Part III of this multi-part series has been successfully completed.

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Posted by Charbel Nemnom on March 24, 2016
Introduction to Microsoft Operations Management Suite (OMS) – Part III

In part two of this multi part blog series, we covered how to configure OMS to collect data through integration with System Center Operations Manager (SCOM), and through direct connections to individual servers. We also covered how Microsoft Operations Management Suite uses Solutions to deliver insights into your log data by providing a cost-effective, all-in-one cloud management solution so you can better protect guest workloads in Azure, AWS, Windows Server, Linux, VMWare, and Open Stack.

In the third part, Part III: we will cover how to configure automation for OMS.

Runbooks are workflows that perform an administrative process. The good news is you do not have to create all runbooks from scratch. Workflows can be uploaded to Azure from the Azure Runbook Gallery, the Microsoft Script Center, Microsoft MSDN and TechNet libraries, and the Azure community forums. OMS leverages the runbook capabilities of Microsoft Azure.

If you want to follow along, please ensure that Part I and Part II of this multi part blog series has been successfully completed.

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Posted by Charbel Nemnom on March 17, 2016
Introduction to Microsoft Operations Management Suite (OMS) – Part II

Introduction

In part one of this multi-part blog series, we covered how to establish a Microsoft Operations Management Suite environment; in the second part, Part II, we will discuss how to get started with Microsoft Operations Management Suite and we will introduce OMS solutions. If you missed Part I, please make sure to check it here before you move on to Part II.

In this post, you will become familiar with the OMS console. You will learn how to configure OMS to collect data through integration with System Center Operations Manager (SCOM) and through direct connections to individual servers. In addition, you will learn how to customize your OMS dashboard.

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Posted by Charbel Nemnom on March 11, 2016
Introduction to Microsoft Operations Management Suite (OMS) – Part I

Introduction

In this series of blog posts, we will show you how to get started with Microsoft Operations Management Suite (OMS) so that you can protect your heterogeneous environments, respond proactively to changing business needs and simplify IT management – all from a single portal with no infrastructure to maintain. This post will also show you how Microsoft Operations Management Suite delivers immediate, actionable insights into your log data by providing a cost-effective, all-in-one cloud management solution so you can better protect guest workloads in Microsoft Azure, AWS, Windows Server, Linux, VMWare, and Open Stack.

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