Injecting Simulated Records for the Change Tracking Solution into an OMS Workspace

In this post, we look at how we can leverage the OMS HTTP Collector API to introduce a Custom Log Type that simulates the record type of the Change Tracking Solution – ConfigurationChange, and injecting sample records for it into an OMS Workspace. With the right set of sample data and the right search queries… Read more

Injecting Simulated Records for the SQL Assessment Solution into an OMS Workspace

In this post, we look at how we can leverage the OMS HTTP Collector API to introduce a Custom Log Type that simulates the record type of the SQL Assessment Solution – SQLAssessmentRecommendation, and injecting sample records for it into an OMS Workspace. With the right set of sample data and the right search queries… Read more

Injecting Simulated Records for the AD Assessment Solution into an OMS Workspace

In this post, we look at how we can leverage the OMS HTTP Collector API to introduce a Custom Log Type that simulates the record type of the AD Assessment Solution – ADAssessmentRecommendation, and injecting sample records for it into an OMS Workspace. With the right set of sample data and the right search queries… Read more

OMS Log Analytics: Collect, Visualize and Analyze Log File Data

This blog post uses a simple test scenario to show how we can collect, visualize and analyze data collected from a log file, with OMS Log Analytics.  This test scenario can be used in a POC (Proof-Of-Concept) to demonstrate how the following features in OMS Log Analytics – Custom Logs, Custom Fields, and Direct Agent,… Read more

Wizard to Create PowerShell Workflows in OpsMgr to Collect “Type=Event” Data for OMS

This post features a new sample management pack that provides a wizard to allow the user to create PowerShell-based script rules to collect custom data to be stored as event-typed data (Type=Event) in OMS, using a template in the Operations Console in System Center Operations Manager 2012. The custom event data collected can then be… Read more