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). The class is continuously updated to cover the latest release of the product.
This course syllabus is used to determine whether the course is appropriate for you, based on your current skills and technical training needs.
At Course Completion
After completing this course, students 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 and Configure System Center Operations Manager 2016 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 2016
• 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.