Filtering Azure Applications in SCOM 2012 Performance Views

Okay, so you now have your shiny, new installation of SCOM 2012 up and running. You have migrated your old Windows Azure management pack using the Visual Studio Authoring Extensions for Visual Studio 2010, using techniques from my previous post here. You have created some new Performance views based on the now shipping SCOM 2012…

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Using the New Visual Studio 2010 Authoring Extensions to Create SCOM 2012 Rules for Windows Azure

Unless you enjoy creating SCOM 2012 management packs by hand, you will want a tool to ease the creation of rules and monitors that target Windows Azure PaaS applications. Well you’re in luck with the new System Center 2012 Visual Studio Authoring Extensions (VSAE) for Visual Studio 2010 Professional, which you can download here. This…

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Walkthrough to Configure System Center Management Pack for Windows Azure Fabric Preview for SCOM 2012 SP1 (with a MetricsHub Bonus)

The wait is finally over. This is a huge update to the Azure Management Pack over the one that was released a couple of years ago, which not only monitors Azure applications but storage and virtual machines as well.  You can download the new management pack from http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=38414. Remember that the management pack is currently…

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