The Community spirit is thriving in spite of COVID-19, but if you’re still missing the community events like we are, then we’ve got good news for you. We’re thrilled to announce SCOMathon – the virtual SCOM community conference you won’t want to miss. SquaredUp, Cookdown & NiCE have teamed up to bring you 16 hours of awesome SCOM content from world-class speakers all over the globe, live on 16 June. Save your spot here!
If you’re part of the crew struggling with managing Azure costs, check out Adam Kinniburgh’s 10 essential tips on managing Azure costs, or sign up for our upcoming webinar (4 June) where we share ‘6 steps we took to regain control of our Azure costs at SquaredUp’.
Azure Monitor for Containers is extending monitoring support for Kubernetes clusters hosted on Azure Red Hat OpenShift.
How to migrate from SCOM to Azure Monitor, and best practices for effectively monitoring Microsoft Endpoint Manager Configuration Manager.
Check out the significant enhancements made to the tables side-pane experience - improving how Azure Monitor Logs organises and displays tables.
Azure Monitor Logs now supports the selection of multiple resources of the same type across scopes – here’s how to do it.
Understand the benefits and features of Azure Monitor for Azure Cache for Redis, and learn how to adapt the experience to fit your organization’s needs.
Learn how Azure Private link works, and understand the advantages such as privately access services on the Azure platform & protection against data leakage.
Microsoft Specialist & Lead Architect James van den Berg shares a video series to help you better understand and make use of Azure Monitor.
Microsoft MVP Billy York shares his dynamic Azure Sentinel Syslog Workbook with the community!
SCOMathon is a virtual SCOM community conference on the 16th of June, organised by SquaredUp, Cookdown and NiCE to enhance networking, knowledge and sharing of best practice across the global SCOM community. Expect 16 hours of all things SCOM – save your spot here!
There is no direct in-place upgrade path from SCOM 2012R2 to SCOM 2019, but Kevin Holman has written an in-place upgrade checklist for you!
SCOM expert Nathan Gau announces Security Monitoring MP for SCOM that provides real time notifications for events worth investigating.
If you’ve had relatively consistent errors within a given network, check out this script to set maintenance mode for SCOM servers.
This MP will discover and monitor all your RRAS servers on Windows Server 2012 and later.
If you have a hybrid data environment and SCOM is your preferred monitoring solution, you can now use it to monitor your Azure SQL DB managed instances in addition to on prem SQL Servers, SQL VMs, and Azure SQL DBs!
IT pro Kevin Holman shares an MP that helps discover when the Windows Server Backup Feature is installed on your servers and automatically monitors for backup job success or failure.
Check out Kevin Holman’s PowerShell scripts for deleting a large number of agents in SCOM from a text file.
With higher Azure usage comes higher cost, we have seen first-hand how quickly costs can spiral. In this special webinar, we'll give you an insider’s look into how we took control of our Azure costs, and how you can do the same!
In part 1 of our Azure Dashboard series, we compare the data visualisation capabilities of both Azure Monitor and SquaredUp in terms of VMInsights.
Our Lead Evangelist and former Technical Services Manager Adam Kinniburgh shares, from personal experience, his top 10 tips on keeping Azure costs under control.
Founder & CEO Richard Benwell shares a note of appreciation for all BCE customers, and the community as a whole.
We are delighted to announce the latest versions of our Azure and SCOM products. In this blog we share the highlights of what’s new, including an update to Open Access which is now available in both Light and Dark themes!
If you’ve successfully set up multi-factor authentication for the SquaredUp for SCOM console – share how you did it here!
How can Rick monitor the DFS backlog in a DFS environment with a mixture of 2012R2 and 2016 servers?
When Tom implements his PowerShell script using a monitor, he doesn’t receive any alerting but neither does he see error notifications. He is using the PowerShell Community MP. Anyone got a solution?
When everything else is monitored, why are the network adaptor and heartbeat provider greyed out?
Is it better to remove and reinstall the agent? Help the community by sharing your answer here!
Blake’s script was not returning 3 hours’ worth of data when running, if you’ve had the same problem then check out his solution here.