Extending SCOM Console UI (continue)

Part 2. An extended transcript of my session @ SCOMathon 2021. I hope the demo from the first part demonstrated how easy you can add new views to SCOM Console. With just few lines of code and some time spent in forms designer we created not just a simple static extension, but also demonstrated access… Read More

Extending SCOM Console UI

Part 1. An extended transcript of my session @ SCOMathon 2021. Links for this article: SCOMathon 2021: https://scomathon.com/scomathon-2021-1 SCOMathone @ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/scomathon/ SquaredUp: https://squaredup.com/ GitHub repository for the demo project in this article: https://github.com/MaxxVolk/SCOMathon.UIExtension.Demo GitHub repository with a base library to simplify development of managed modules and Console UI extensions: https://github.com/MaxxVolk/Maximus.Base.Library Tools: Visual Studio (any… Read More

Implementing SCOM Managed Modules. Part 3.

First part: https://maxcoreblog.com/2020/07/23/implementing-scom-managed-modules-part-1/ Second part: https://maxcoreblog.com/2020/08/05/implementing-scom-managed-modules-part-2/ Multiple Instances. In the past examples, the rules and the monitors target a class, which has singular instance per SCOM Agent. In other words (under usual circumstances), one SCOM Agent monitors single Windows Computer. The next experiment aiming to answer another question: how many instances of a managed module… Read More

Implementing SCOM Managed Modules. Part 1.

Introduction First of all, what are SCOM modules in general, and managed modules in particular? A module is the smallest building block of any monitor, rule, or discovery. Like composition of atoms create molecules and matter, composition of modules create monitors, rules, discoveries, or other composite modules. Like the ancient meaning of the word “atomos”,… Read More