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1. Title

  • SCOM: Creating Professional Management Packs (SCOMMP, 4 days)
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2. Course Pre-requisites

  • Previous experience in a SCOM 2012 environment and good understanding of the role and function of Management Packs

3. Target Audience

  • Senior administrators who want to learn how to extend the monitoring capabilities of SCOM by building custom management packs

4. Dates and Pricing

2 People for Guaranteed Live or Virtual Delivery $3,350.00 per person

5. Outline

Module 1: SCOM Authoring Concepts

Topic 1: About SCOM: Topology, Architecture and Components

Topic 2: About using SCOM2012 Features: Overrides, Monitors and Rules

Topic 3: Tools for SCOM2012 Management Pack Authoring

Topic 4: Understanding the Management Pack Structure

Topic 5: Understanding Component Files in Sealed Management Packs

Topic 6: How to Seal a Management Pack File

Topic 7: How to Work with Management Pack Files

Module 2: Creating Management Packs

Topic 1: XML Basics: Elements, Attributes and Namespaces

Topic 2: Setting up the Development Environment

Topic 3: Understanding the Tools

Topic 4: Creating a Management Pack using XML

Topic 5: Creating a Management Pack using the SCOM Authoring Console

Topic 6: Creating a Management Pack using Visio MP Designer

Topic 7: Creating a Management Pack using VSAE.

Module 3: Working with Targets and Object

Topic 1: About Classes and Objects

Topic 2: How to Choose a Target

Topic 3: How to Create a New Target

Topic 4: Working with Attributes

Topic 5: How to Create a Management Pack Template

Topic 6: Understanding and Working with Watcher Nodes

Module 4: Working with the .NET Application Performance Monitoring Template

Topic 1: Overview of.NET Application Monitoring

Topic 2: How to Configure Monitoring for .NET Applications

Topic 3: How to Add, Enable, and Disable Namespaces

Topic 4: How to Add, Edit, and Remove Methods

Topic 5: How to Add, Edit, and Remove Exception Tracking

Topic 6: Using Exception Handlers to Define Critical Exceptions

Topic 7: Client-Side Monitoring with Targeted Groups and Load Balancers

Topic 8: How to Configure IP Address Exclusion Filters for Client-Side Monitoring

Topic 9: How to Start Monitoring a New Application

Topic 10: Authoring Strategies for .NET Application Monitoring

Topic 11: Application Monitoring Using the Default Settings

Topic 12: Monitoring SharePoint Applications in System Center 2012 SP1

Module 5: Working with Other Templates

Topic 1: OLE DB Data Source Template

Topic 2: Process Monitoring Template

Topic 3: TCP Port Template

Topic 4: UNIX or Linux Log File

Topic 5: UNIX or Linux Process

Topic 6: Web Application Availability Monitoring Template

Topic 7: Windows Service Template

Module 6: Working with Event Monitors and Rules

Topic 1: Working with Data Sources

Topic 2: Working with Expressions

Topic 3: Working with Alerts

Topic 4: Windows Events

Topic 5: Text Logs

Topic 6: WMI Events

Topic 7: Syslog Events

Topic 8: SNMP Events

Topic 9: Overview of Event Monitor Logic

Topic 10: About Repeating Events

Topic 11: About Correlated Events

Topic 12: About Missing Events

Topic 13: Correlated Missing Events

Topic 14: Event Monitor Reset

Topic 15: UNIX/Linux Shell Command Alerts

Module 7: Working with Performance Monitors and Rules

Topic 1: About Performance Monitors

Topic 2: Windows Performance Collection Rules

Topic 3: WMI Performance

Topic 4: UNIX/Linux Shell Command Performance Collection Rules

Topic 5: Script Monitors and Rules

Topic 6: Script Collection Rules

Topic 7: Script Monitors

Topic 8: UNIX/Linux Shell Command Monitors

Topic 9: Dependency Monitors

Topic 10: Aggregate Monitors

Topic 11: Diagnostics and Recoveries

Module 8: Working with Tasks

Topic 1: Console Tasks

Topic 2: Agent Tasks

Module 9: Advanced Management Pack Authoring (If Time Permits)

Topic 1: Participants will be shown how to create an advanced MP using custom code and Visual Studio AE.

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