The Complete SCOM Training Course for IT Professionals
(SCOM2012, Live Instructor-Led Training, 4 days)


Description

This SETC certified course allows participants to explore the rich functionality of Microsoft SCOM in an enterprise environment. Starting with the installation and configuration of a complete SCOM 2012 enterprise envronment, the course quickly moves into the essential topics of monitoring and audit using SCOM. We then discuss the use and development of common SCOM management packs for both Windows and Linux environments. The course concludes with a complete troubleshooting lab that allows participants to apply the many skills that they have acquired in class to a practical SCOM environment. If you need to implement SCOM in your organization, this SETC certified course will give you the essential skills and knowledge to make it happen. SETC Training offers professional SCOM training courses in Ottawa, Montreal, Toronto, Calgary and Quebec.

Dates and Pricing


Jan 9 to Jan 12, 2018$2,500/person Feb 6 to Feb 9, 2018$2,500/person Mar 6 to Mar 9, 2018$2,500/person

Outline

Configuring Management Groups in SCOM
Comparing SCOM Architecture to SCOM 2007R2 Architecture
Understanding the New Architecture in an Enterprise Environment
Designing the Topology in SCOM
Preparing the Server for a SCOM Installation
Preparing the Active Directory for a SCOM Installation
Installing Roles and Features
Installing the Management Server
Installing Reporting
Deploying Agents
Post-Installation Verification
A Few Useful PowerShell Commands
SCOM Topology
Introduction to the SCOM Topology
The Components: Management Servers and Gateway Servers
Configuring the First Management Server
Configuring Additional Management Servers
About Gateway Servers
Installation and Configuration of Gateway Servers
Windows and Linux Clients
Overview of SCOM Monitoring Capabilities
The Agent: Atomatic and Manual Installation on Windows
Using Group Policy to Install and Configure the Agent on Windows
Manual Installation of the Agent for Windows
Agent Configuration on Windows
Preparing the Linux Workstation
Agent Installation on Linux
Agent Configuration on Linux
Other Monitoring Capabilities
Overview of Network Equipment Monitoring Capabilities
Adding Router Monitoring
Web Site Monitoring
Web Site Configuration for SCOM Monitoring
Implementing Web Site Monitoring
Implementing .NET Application Monitoring
SCOM Management Packs: Use and Deployment
Why Management Packs?
Management Packs and SCOM Versions
Overview of Available Management Packs
Adding SCOM Management Packs
Installing and using the File Services Management Pack
Monitoring Files and Quotas
Monitoring Events, Performance and Alerts
Overview of Monitoring Services
Event Monitoring
Alert Monitoring
Configuring Email Alerts
Administering the Enterprise Computer Environment
Creating Rules in SCOM
Managing Tasks
SCOM Web Console
About SCOM Diagnostics and Troubleshooting
Putting Servers in Maintenance Mode
Best Practices and Common Errors
Reports
Overview of SCOM Reporting
Configuring SCOM Reporting
Creating and Viewing Reports
Working with Reports
Creating Custom Management Packs
Options for Authoring Management Packs
Key Concepts for Authoring Management Packs
Understanding Targets and Objects
Using Management Pack Templates
Working with Monitors and Rules
Overview of Distributed Applications – Advanced If Time Permits