Building Microsoft System Center Cloud – SCOM 2012 R2 – Add servers to monitoring – Deploy SCOM Agents

Push SCOM agents One of the first things that should be done is to add servers to monitoring. Currently after installation we are monitoring only the servers that are running SCOM engine. See currently monitored servers. Run Discover Wizard. Add Windows computers. Select Automatic computer discovery. Management Server Action Account in our case do not […]

Building Microsoft System Center Cloud – SCOM 2012 R2 – Add another Management Server to the Management Group and create HA pool

Create highly available resource pool by adding another Management Server to an existing Management Group After installation of the first SCOM Management Server and after creation of the first Management Group you can add additional management servers and join them to the existing management group. Multiple management servers joined in a single management group ensure […]

Building Microsoft System Center Cloud – SCOM 2012 R2 – Operations Manager 2012 R2 Reporting Service installation

In order to use reporting we need to install Reporting part of the SCOM to our DB server on Microsoft SQL Server instance with Reporting Services feature. Installation Login as member of SCOM Administrators (member of scomadmins0 in our case) and also as member with System Administrator (SA) rights over the SQL instances. Install Reporting server. […]

Building Microsoft System Center Cloud – SCOM 2012 R2 – Operations Manager 2012 R2 installation

Install and configure SQL Server Highly-available databases in AlwaysOn Available Groups I recommend you to use the Microsoft SQL Server 2012 AlwaysOn Available Groups for every System Center products that supports it. Please continue to the Building Microsoft SQL Server AlwaysOn Availability Groups series to learn how to deploy cluster with AlwaysOn Availability Groups. After installation […]