Category Archives: Heterogeneous

SCOM Nagios Connector

Markus Baeker has posted a connector to link SCOM and Nagios. Normally the blog is in German but this post is in English as there is now an English instruction manual and you can define English status messages. http://www.mbaeker.de/2009/07/scom2nagios-1-2/ It is released under the terms of the GNU General Public License.

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Interop Connectors for System Center

With the purchase of Engyro Microsoft purchased the ability to link into other systems. The connectors work initially with OpsMgr R2 and will eventually also work with Service Manager. This uses WS-Man and Open Pegasus which is the same as R2’s ability to monitor Linux/UNIX servers. The first set will be   They announced at …

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OpsMgr SP2 Beta 1 on Connect

If you have been reading any other OpsMgr blogs you will know this by now but Beta 1 of OpsMgr SP2 is now available from Connect. No mention of a SCE version. There are three downloads.  A highlights document (Word – 69 pages – if that is the highlights what is the full document going …

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OpsMgr 2007 Cross Platform Extensions Beta Refresh

New post from the Xplat team. http://blogs.msdn.com/scxplat/archive/2008/08/11/opsmgr-2007-cross-platform-extensions-beta-refresh.aspx We are happy to announce that the Cross Platform Extensions Beta 1 refresh is now available on the Microsoft connect site – http://connect.microsoft.com.  We appreciate the feedback on the product received to date and hope you will continue this.  Please let us know if you have any questions. …

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Xplat Part 2 – The Install

The Cross Platform Extensions were announced at the MMS and I wrote a post about the elements you need to test it. Here is the next part showing the install and the views and reports you get. I started this a month ago and it was delayed for various reasons so Cameron Fuller has a …

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Want to Try Xplat?

So you have read the PDF, watched the video and subscribed to the blog. You may even have read Anders’s post on setting up Xplat with SUSE with some good screenshots or even Daniele Muscetta’s post where he edited the files to manage CentOS which is not officially supported. (By the way on the beta …

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