It took us some time but we’ve managed to update the one and only free OMS book. We had plans to release it earlier but unforeseen things has happened which prevented us to do it earlier. I hope you will understand but you will still enjoy it. The other authors and me put a lot of effort to get it out along with the reviewers.
The new query language of Log Analytics is not included in the book but that should not discourage you as the content is still relevant.
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I mostly would like to thank my fiancée for being patient with me and supporting me while I was writing my chapters.
Make sure to check out this blog post that I’ve wrote on my company’s web site.
Recently I’ve been fairly occupied in writing the second edition of Inside Microsoft Operations Management Suite book but now that I’ve finished my chapters I can go back to writing some blog posts.
Update Workers are like Hybrid Workers but they are automatically registered by the Update Management solution. This creates a problem because there is no way to unregister such server unlike the Hybrid Workers which have PowerShell cmdlets installed locally on the server.
Fear not though. There is easy way to move Update Worker between different workspaces as long as you follow the steps:
Continue reading “Moving Update Worker Server between OMS Workspaces”
There is a new version of the OMSSearch module which mainly includes two new cmdlets.
Continue reading “OMSSearch PowerShell Module 6.1.0 Release”
I’ve just updated the OMSSearch PowerShell module. New version is 6.0.0. Here are the changes: Continue reading “OMSSearch PowerShell Module 6.0.0 Release”