Tag: Sameer Mhaisekar

Azure Stack HCI Microsoft Sizing Tool

Looking to transform your data center into more modern, easy to manage and cloud-driven infrastructure? Well, first of all – congratulations! You’re on the right path 😀 – Azure Stack HCI is probably the hottest cake in the hybrid cloud market right now. If you’re planning to move onto Azure Stack HCI but not sure

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Azure Stack Learning Path – Part 4 – Clusters

When you deploy Azure Stack HCI, you deploy it in the form of a cluster, with multiple nodes participating. A cluster is basically a group of otherwise independent servers (nodes) that are interconnected to work with each other to provide features like scalability, high availability, load balancing, etc. and many more. An HCI cluster collects

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SCOM Event Based Monitoring – Part 2 – Rules

In the last post we discussed about event based monitoring options SCOM  provides with Monitors. You can find it here: SCOM Event Based Monitoring – Part 1 – Monitors In this post we are going to discuss the event based monitoring options using SCOM Rules. Basically the highlighted options in the image below: As we

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SCOM Event Based Monitoring – Part 1 – Monitors

In this post I’m discussing about the possibilities SCOM provides with event detection monitoring using monitors. I’ve written a similar blog for creating services, which you can see here: SCOM BASIC SERVICE MONITOR VS. WINDOWS SERVICE TEMPLATE Alright, so just go to Authoring -> Expand Management Pack Objects -> Monitors -> Create a Monitor ->

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SCOM Basic Service Monitor Vs. Windows Service Template

Every now and then I’ve seen questions regarding this on the Technet forums. The most usual question is “A service XXX failure alert is being generated by a server where this service isn’t even present! What’s going on?” The Basic Service Monitor: This is a simple monitor that simply puts an instance of the monitor

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