SCOM1801: System Center Operations Manager 1801

This course is intended for Enterprise Systems Engineers, Administrators and System Integrators who need to implement Service Monitoring using System Center Operations Manager 1801 (SCOM 1801). The class is continuously updated to cover the latest release of the product.

Retail Price: $3,495.00

Next Date: 04/22/2019

Course Days: 5


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Audience Profile

This course is intended for Enterprise Systems Engineers, Administrators and System Integrators who need to implement Service Monitoring using System Center Operations Manager 2016 (SCOM).

At Course Completion

After completing this course, you will be able to:

Describe and understand the logical architecture of an SCOM infrastructure
Articulate the functions of the physical and logical components and services in an SCOM infrastructure
Install SCOM 1801 on Windows and SQL Server, Report Services and Web service.
Designing and implementing Failover to avoid single point of failure
Identify the new settings and features in 1801
Implement, configure and Link to a Microsoft Operations Suite Dashboard (OMS)
Defining resource pools
Integrate with Microsoft Azure and SMA
Understand and implement administrative workflows to make your daily work with SCOM easier.
Troubleshoot issues with SCOM components and Agent Monitoring
Design end-to-end monitoring of Services – Multi layered application design
Working with SCOM in conjunction with other System Center products
Defining and using different tools to Create Management Packs
Going through all Monitoring objects with real world samples, Rules, Monitors and Self Tuning Thresholds – and now with Baselining
Articulate the functions of the components and services in the System Center suite and Working with SCOM in conjunction with other System Center products
Deciding the best Authoring solution and using the correct type of monitoringobject
Digging into the Data warehouse database and using the aggregated tables for reporting.
Troubleshooting issues with SCOM components and Agent Monitoring
Find the bottlenecks in your implementation
Creating and using your own XML connector to communicate with external Helpdesk systems
Using PowerShell to create scripts and get information about the SCOM environment
Monitoring your Network and Create your own Network Monitoring Management Packs.
Using Visual Studio to create Management Packs
Using and Automate the New Maintenance mode feature
Fine tune your Alerts with the Tuning Wizard

 

Prerequisites

Before attending this course, students must have:
• Experience with Windows Server 2012 R2/2016 Administration
• Basic understanding of Active Directory
• Basic understanding of Network communication

Its recommended that students have the following:
• An understanding of the System Center Suite is desirable, but not needed.
• Experience with earlier version of SCOM or other Monitoring Tools
• Virtualization Technologies: Hyper-V
• Basic Knowledge of PowerShell
• Knowledge of Cloud Topologies


Introduction to the SCOM Sizer

How is SCOM used / Purpose of SCOM
Architecture
Terminology
Services
Naming Conventions
Versioning and Good documentation behavior
Security

Service Account Requirements
Component Connectivity
Installation

System Requirements
Basic Installation
Security
Install and configure HA (High Availability)

HA for the Console, Web console, Report Services and PowerShell
SQL Always ON technology
Install The Console

Install and configure the Web Console e.g. for a large screen display

Install Report Services

Configure Reporting for SMTP, settings and controlling Rendering
Upgrading from a distributed Operations Manager 2007 R2 Management Group

Using SSL/Https internally between users and the report/web services

Management Group and Server Settings

Notification, using Notification with PowerShell scripts

Creating Subscribers and subscriptions

RMS Emulation – why we need it and controlling it with PowerShell

Agent Rollout, manually, automatically and the Auto Agent Assignment

Agents, Gateways and Certificate authentication

Use Resource Pools to control Management Server responsibility

Monitoring Unix/Linux Servers with SCOM 1801

User Interfaces, the new Widgets and presentation with SharePoint and Visio

Creating MAP View with locations

Reporting and the Data warehouse database, controlling the purging and logging

Using SQL Profiler to check the traffic to/from the SQL server

Creating own reports with Visual Studio

APM (Application Performance Management), find bottlenecks in .net applications

ACS (Audit Collector Services), a consolidated event auditor

Network Monitoring, Discovery rules, views and using advanced port monitoring

Management Packs, Creating with Visual Studio, Authoring tool , Visio and the console

Putting it all together, creating a 360 service, multi-level topology monitoring and creating own Service/Distributed Application monitoring

Monitoring  SCVMM with SCOM 1801

SCOM 1801 and Orchestrator - Interaction in both ways

 

 

Course Dates Course Times (EST) Delivery Mode GTR
4/22/2019 - 4/26/2019 11:30 AM - 7:00 PM Virtual Enroll
4/29/2019 - 5/3/2019 11:30 AM - 7:00 PM Virtual Enroll
8/5/2019 - 8/10/2019 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM Virtual Enroll
8/5/2019 - 8/9/2019 11:30 AM - 7:00 PM Virtual Enroll