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Operations manager 2012 monitoring the private cloud

Operations Manager 2012: Monitoring the Private Cloud

Paul Collins

Datacentre Specialist

Microsoft UK Ltd

Ellis Paul

Datacentre Specialist

Microsoft UK Ltd


Disclaimer

Disclaimer

  • Session contains product features that are currently under development and therefore subject to change before final release


Operations manager

Operations Manager

2004

2005

2006

2007

2009

2011

2010

2008

SCOM 2007

R2 – CU1, CU2, CU3, CU4

MOM 2005

RTM

MOM 2005

SP1

SCOM 2007

RTM

SCOM 2007

R2

SCOM

2012

SCOM 2007

SP1


What we ve h eard from you

What we’ve heard from you


Operations manager 2012 monitoring the private cloud

IT Pro Visibility

  • Reduced TCO of Management Infra

MTTR

  • Holistic view of Application Health

  • Simple and Powerful Visualizations decreasing time to value


Operations manager 2012 monitoring the private cloud

IT Pro Visibility

  • Reduced TCO of Management Infra

MTTR

  • Simple Topology requirements enables lower costs in hardware / maintenance / configuration

  • Reliable Environment enables no blackout in monitoring and reduction in labor costs for troubleshooting

  • Consistent operational continuity enables focus to shift from support -> innovation in IT organizations

  • Holistic view of Application Health

  • Simple and Powerful Visualizations decreasing time to value


Disaster recovery with operations manager

Disaster Recovery with Operations Manager

OpsMgr 2007 R2

OpsMgr 2012

Install Operations Manager 2012

  • Install Operations Manager 2007 from the installation media

  • After Operations Manager is installed, immediately stop the SDK service to prevent the RMS from sending data to the Operational database. Install any additional hotfixes previously installed with your original installation

  • Delete the Operations Manager database created from your OpsMgr installation in step 1

  • Restore the latest Operations Manager database created from your SQL backup

  • Restore the RMS encryption keys

  • Import any additional management packs that were loaded to your old management server or changed and backed up after your last Operational database backup

  • Install the Web console

  • Start the SDK service. Operations Manager will now be functional


Scom 2007 r2 deployment topology

SCOM 2007 R2 – Deployment Topology

  • Provides the following services:

  • Console access

  • Alert notifications

  • Connectors to other mgmt systems

  • Health aggregation

  • Introduces the following customer challenges:

  • Performance and scalability bottleneck

  • High end hardware required

  • High availability requires clustering


Scom 2012 deployment topology

SCOM 2012 – Deployment Topology

  • Challenges Addressed:

  • Out of the box HA

  • Ability to run on commodity hardware

X


Scom 2012 deployment topology1

SCOM 2012 – Deployment Topology

X

In OpsMgr 2012:

Managed by Pool

In OpsMgr 2007 R2:

Managed by a single MS


Reducing mgmt infra tco summary

Reducing Mgmt Infra TCO Summary

  • 1 step setup of High Availability on commodity HW

  • Support for automatic Device monitoring failover


Operations manager 2012 monitoring the private cloud

IT Pro Visibility

  • Reduced TCO of Management Infra

MTTR

  • Simple dashboards enable 360 view in a single tool

  • Reliable information enables easy reconciliation of internal monitoring with end user experience

  • Personalized views provides relevant information

  • Consistent views across multiple interfaces

  • Holistic view of Application Health

  • Simple and Powerful Visualizations decreasing time to value


Expanding the it pro s visibility

Expanding the IT Pro’s Visibility

Operations Manager 2007 SP1


Expanding the it pro s visibility1

Expanding the IT Pro’s Visibility

Operations Manager 2007 R2


Expanding the it pro s visibility2

Expanding the IT Pro’s Visibility

Operations Manager 2012


Protecting your investments

Protecting your Investments

  • Audit Collection Services

  • Agentless Exception Monitoring

  • Distributed Application Designer

  • Reporting/DW

  • Cross Platform

  • Connectors

  • SynTx/MP Templates

  • Gateway

  • PowerShell

  • Self Tuning Thresholds

  • Service Level Tracking

  • AD Integration

  • Notifications

  • Existing Management Packs


360 holistic view of health

360 – Holistic View of Health

360 is a function of monitoring that gives customers visibility to the underlying application environment(s) or infrastructure

Consistent UX

(Console, Web, SharePoint)

End User Experience

(Synthetic Transactions)

Improved

CIO

Application Monitoring

(.NET, J2E)

New

Service Owner

Infrastructure Monitoring

(OS, SQL, IIS)

Infrastructure Monitoring

(Network)

New

Infra Owner


Network monitoring

Network Monitoring

  • Multi-vendor support

  • Multi-protocol support

  • Server to network dependency discovery


Holistic view of app health network infra

Holistic View of App Health (Network Infra)

  • Vicinity Dashboard showing contextual Network Map

  • Summary Dashboard of Network Devices

  • See Network Device Details and Health


360 holistic view of health1

360 – Holistic View of Health

360 is a function of monitoring that gives customers visibility to the underlying application environment(s) or infrastructure

Consistent UX

(Console, Web, SharePoint)

End User Experience

(Synthetic Transactions)

Improved

CIO

Application Monitoring

(.NET, J2E)

New

Service Owner

Infrastructure Monitoring

(OS, SQL, IIS)

Infrastructure Monitoring

(Network)

New

Infra Owner


J2e in scom 2012

J2E in SCOM 2012

  • Supported Platforms in SCOM 2012:

    • Operating Systems

      • Windows

    • Java EE Application Servers

      • WebSphere 6.1 & 7.0

      • WebLogic 10gRel3 & 11gRel1

      • JBOSS 4.2 & 5.1 (JVM 1.5+), JBOSS 6 (TBD)

      • Tomcat 5.5 & 6.0 (JVM 1.5+), Tomcat 7 (TBD)


Java ee monitoring overview

Java EE Monitoring Overview

  • JEE Application Servers

    • Automatic discovery

    • Availability monitoring

    • Performance Monitoring

      • Memory

      • Garbage Collection

      • Threads

      • Class Loader

      • JIT Compiler

  • JEE Applications

    • Automatic discovery

    • Application module discovery

    • Availability monitoring

    • Template based custom monitoring


Holistic view of app health app monitoring

Holistic View of App Health (App Monitoring)

  • Out of box App Discovery and Monitoring

  • Easy to understand Application failures via Resource View

  • Useful Dev information for efficient escalation

  • Increased time to value without custom MP authoring


Operations manager 2012 monitoring the private cloud

IT Pro Visibility

  • Reduced TCO of Management Infra

MTTR

  • Simple creation and customization of Dashboards through Templates and Widgets

  • Personalized Dashboards enable increased service owner efficiency and troubleshooting

  • Consistent views across all consoles enable users to see and share Dashboards with various owners (Infra, Service, and Managers)

  • Holistic view of Application Health

  • Simple and Powerful Visualizations decreasing time to value


Consistent experience desktop console

Consistent Experience – Desktop Console


Consistent experience web console

Consistent Experience – Web Console

Desktop Console


Consistent experience sharepoint

Consistent Experience – SharePoint

Desktop Console

Web Console


Dashboards

Dashboards

OpsMgr 2007 R2

OpsMgr 2012

Create Rich and Flexible Dashboards

  • Create all your views first

    • Configure each one

    • Organize them in a folder

    • Tell your team it’s part of a Dashboard so they don’t change them

  • Create a custom view to contain others

  • Add your views to into your custom view


Simple and powerful visualizations via dashboards

Simple and Powerful Visualizations via Dashboards

  • Easy to create Dashboards from Windows and Web Console

  • Easy to customize data visualizations via Widgets

  • Dashboard and Widgets delivered through MPs

  • Show Dashboards in SharePoint


Operations manager 2012 monitoring the private cloud

IT Pro Visibility

  • Reduced TCO of Management Infra

MTTR

  • Holistic view of Application Health

  • Simple and Powerful Visualizations decreasing time to value


Session objectives and takeaways

Session Objectives and Takeaways

  • Session Objectives:

    • Introduce Operations Manager 2012

  • Understand how Operations Manager 2012:

    • Helps reduce the customer’s Mean Time to Resolution

    • Expands the IT Pro’s visibility of their environment


Operations manager 2012 monitoring the private cloud

Q&A


Operations manager 2012 monitoring the private cloud

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