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Operations Manager and SQL Server


Operations Manager and SQL Server

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Nice article...Smile



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Nice article, Tom. Thanks for sharing that solution. I'm passing it on to our OpsMgr admin to see if he can use it.

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Good article. We have been using Op Manager for a while and even thou it isn't my responsibility to monitor I have certain events emailed to me as I am the one who corrects them anyway and don't want to have to wait for the call as they are setup to notify me before they are really an issue.



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One more tool to look into. I certainly like the dashboard for a quick view of the overall health of all of the servers... Thanks for the article.
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Great article, thank you.
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This is something I have been looking forward to for a while.

There is not a lot of SQL-Server-specific SCOM info out there.

Thanks!

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Good article. But, OpsMgr is not as accurate and trust worthy as it has to be. I implemented it couple of weeks back and even though my dev two servers are down for network issue for more than 24 hrs, it still showed me as "healthy", which was not.

But, I agree it does reduces some efforts of DBA but not all.

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Good article. But, OpsMgr is not as accurate and trust worthy as it has to be. I implemented it couple of weeks back and even though my dev two servers are down for network issue for more than 24 hrs, it still showed me as "healthy", which was not.

But, I agree it does reduces some efforts of DBA but not all.


In a recent MS survey I gave it a 6 out of 10 as a product. Yes, there is definitely a lot of room for improvement. We have recently had to re-install the whole thing because the OpsMgr agents were not working properly and SQL job discovery was not working! I spent an enormous amount of time trying to get the thing to work, even with help from MS support!

So, yes, in my opinion, the product is not on the same level of quality as SQL Server at this point. But the premise I think is there, and the more we all use it the better it will be in future versions.

For one thing, its customization features, along with introduction of powershell, are very promising.

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