my friend Stanislav Zhelyazkov and his peers Pete Zerger (@PZerger), Tao (@MrTaoYang), Anders (http://contoso.se) wrote an awesome book the last month. Within the book they give you some insides in Microsoft OMS.
Description: This preview release of “Inside the Microsoft Operations Management Suite” is an end-to-end deep dive into the full range of Microsoft OMS features and functionality, complete with downloadable sample scripts (on Github). The chapter list in this edition is shown below:
Chapter 1: Introduction and Onboarding
Chapter 2: Searching and Presenting OMS Data
Chapter 3: Alert Management
Chapter 4: Configuration Assessment and Change Tracking
Chapter 5: Working with Performance Data
Chapter 6: Process Automation and Desired State Configuration
Chapter 7: Backup and Disaster Recovery
Chapter 8: Security Configuration and Event Analysis
Chapter 9: Analyzing Network Data
Chapter 10: Accessing OMS Data Programmatically
Chapter 11: Custom MP Authoring
Chapter 12: Cross Platform Management and Automation
You can download it via Stanis blog.
Microsoft offers a new free eBook written by Shreesh Dubey, Vijay Tandra Sistla, Shivam Garg, and Aashish Ramdas. Within the book you can read some really usefull things, how to Backup your Microsoft Hybrid cloud.
You can find the book here: Download
Yesterday Microsoft launched a new Acadamy Course to explain Failover Clustering in Windows 2012 R2 Hyper-V.
This full day of training includes the following modules:
- Introduction to Failover Clustering
- Cluster Deployment and Upgrades
- Cluster Networking
- Cluster Storage & Scale-Out File Server
- Hyper-V Clustering
- Multi-Site Clustering & Scale-Out File Server
- Advanced Cluster Administration & Troubleshooting
- Managing Clusters with System Center 2012 R2
You can find the course here: http://www.microsoftvirtualacademy.com/training-courses/failover-clustering-in-windows-server-2012-r2
for all of you who are interested in Altaro Backup for Hyper-V. Altaro now offers a free online training incl. a cool certificate. You only need to register on the Altaro Training page.
You can find the training http://training.altaro.com/login/index.php.
I’m happy to tell the my second scenarion for Microsoft TechNet IT Pro Academy germany went online yesterday.
This time I had a project about desaster recovery with Microsoft Azure.