Early chapter preview of ‘Inside OMS’ version 2

There have been many inquiries into if the band would be getting back together for a second version of the very popular “Inside the Microsoft Operations Management Suite“. Version 2 is 16 chapters of the latest and greatest of Microsoft OMS…and it’s coming soon. When? I am happy to report we are well into the authoring process … Continue reading “Early chapter preview of ‘Inside OMS’ version 2”

5 TIPS FOR MODERNIZING YOUR PROCESS AUTOMATION STRATEGY

Don’t get me wrong, I love System Center Orchestrator (as you will see here AND here), but it is important to know when it is time to move on. Well my friends, it’s time. Some months ago now, Microsoft publicly announced that their investment in new features Orchestrator had come to an end, and that a cloud-first … Continue reading “5 TIPS FOR MODERNIZING YOUR PROCESS AUTOMATION STRATEGY”

Free E-book: Inside the Microsoft Operations Management Suite

Tao (@MrTaoYang), Stan (@StanZhelyazkov), Anders (http://contoso.se)  and I have been working on a project for the last few weeks. We wanted to bring a learning resource for the MS Operations Management Suite to the community that is complete, comprehensive, concise…and free (as in beer). While we finish final editing passes over the next couple of weeks, we … Continue reading “Free E-book: Inside the Microsoft Operations Management Suite”

How to launch an Azure Automation runbook on a Hybrid Worker via PowerShell

With the update in Azure PowerShell 1.0, quite a lot has changed. Working with Azure has been divided into cmdlets for working with Azure 1.0 (Azure Service Management) and Azure 2.0 (Azure Resource Manager). With the GA release of the new Azure portal (https://portal.azure.com) that was called “the preview portal” forever, has arrived. In short, the PowerShell cmdlets for … Continue reading “How to launch an Azure Automation runbook on a Hybrid Worker via PowerShell”