Many do not know but besides keeping the compliance of vSwitches on Hyper-V hosts VMM also keeps compliance of the Virtual Network Adapters on VMs. Continue reading “Fix Non-Compliant Virtual Network Adapters in VMM with SMA Runbook”
If you are working with SMA and VMM you are probably familiar with the following sample Runbook for connecting to VMM: Continue reading “Using VMM Cmdlets locally on SMA Worker Server in SMA Runbooks”
I’ve been applying UR2 across almost all System Center 2012 R2 components so I’ve decided to share some tips with you: Continue reading “Tips for Applying Update Rollup 2 on System Center 2012 R2 and Windows Azure Pack”
Let’s have a look Service Management Automation MP for SCOM.
Before importing the MP you need to create Run As account in SCOM and that account needs to have logon and read access to the SMA database. Continue reading “Quick Look at System Center Service Management Automation Management Pack”
Service Management Automation (SMA) is the next gen IT Automation tool. SMA has some certain advantage over Orchestrator but also some limitations and vise versa. Nevertheless I am taking in consideration that you are aware of these advantages and limitations and you’ve decided to move fully or partially from SCO to SMA. Continue reading “From Orchestrator to Service Management Automation: Migration Scenarios”