Data Center Managing with SCOM



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Data Center Managing with SCOM


About This Course

Data Center Managing with SCOM course helps you learn skills and expertise needed to deploy as well as configure System Center 2012 R2 Operations Manager for Cloud and Datacenter Monitoring. The course covers concepts to help you understand SCOM Monitoring Group architecture, migration and upgrades to SCOM 2012 R2, customization, importing and management pack creation.

Further, the course helps you learn to configure end-to-end service, application and fabric monitoring and application performance management or APM for Java and .NET applications. The course is ideal for professionals who are new to SCOM 2012 R2 or seek to update your expertise in the same.

The coursework for Data Center Managing with SCOM is designed to help IT professionals grasp all the skills and knowhow required to implement SCOM 2012. Learn about software and hardware requirements, migration of System Center 2012 and security framework. Professionals also get to learn a range of techniques to deploy Agents with System Center 2012 R2 Operations Manager along with core elements in the Management Packs.


Who Should Attend This Course

The course is aimed at private datacenter and cloud administrators involved in deployment, configuration and operations of System Center 2012 Operations Manager.


Why This Course

Firstly, the course gives you an edge to your IT career. Professionals will get to learn skills and expertise required to monitor and manage service availability and server, security issues, performance of servers in datacenter along with core concepts to configure novel features in Operations Manager.


Course Objectives
  • Understanding the features of System Center R2 Operations Manager
  • Learning to design Operations Manager Management Group
  • Configuring Network Device Monitoring
  • Configuring Fabric Monitoring
  • Building Distributed Application Models
  • Employing Global Service Monitor
  • Creating Alert Dashboard
  • Building Performance Dashboard
  • Arranging Summary Dashboard
  • Constructing Notification Subscriptions.
  • Building Diagnostic and Recovery Tasks.

Prerequisites

Professionals who seek to enroll to this course should possess the following technical knowhow:

  • Experience in designing and implementing System Center Operations Manager 2007 SP1 or R2 for one year or more.
  • Working knowledge pertaining to Windows Server 2012 and 2008 R2
  • Working knowledge pertaining to SQL Server 2012 and 2008 R2
  • Knowledge of SharePoint Server 2010.

Course Benefits


After completing the course successfully, you will learn the following:

  • Features of System Center R2 Operations Manager
  • Skills to design operations manager management groups
  • Configuration of network device and fabric monitoring
  • Create distributed application models
  • Implementing global service monitor
  • Create alert and performance dashboards
  • Arrange and manage summary dashboard
  • Create notification subscriptions
  • Create diagnostic and recovery tasks.

Curriculum


Overview and Architecture

Overview

This section explains how to acquire the skills required to deploy and configure System Center 2012 R2 Operations Manager for Cloud and Datacenter monitoring. Architecture of a SCOM Monitoring Group, upgrading and/or migrating to SCOM 2012 R2, Management Pack creation, importing, and customization are all discussed and demonstrated.

Overview and Architecture

This section begin the series by giving a quick overview of Microsoft System Center’s main components which includes the App Controller, Config Manager, Endpoint Protection, Data Protection Manager, Ops Manager, Orchestrater, Service Manager, Virtual Machine Manager, and Adviso

Deploying System Center 2012 R2 Ops Management Group

Deploying a New SCOM Management Group

This section explores how SCOM Management Group is deployed. It covers the necessary security account types as well as controlling access to the management groups. It also discusses the design factors and working with connected management groups.

Install Virtual Machine Management Server

This section demonstrates how to install the Virtual Machine Management Server. It covers the prerequisites that are necessary for the installation and step-by-step installation, explaining each of the options in detail.

Install and Configure App Controller Server

This section demonstrates how to install the SCOM App Controller. It covers the prerequisites that are necessary for the installation.

Install Operations Manager on Single Server

This section demonstrates how to install the Operations Manager on a single server. It explains the prerequisites that are necessary for the installation and the step-by-step installation, explaining each of the options in detail.

Install Data Protection Manager

This section demonstrates how to install the System Center Data Protection Manager. It explains the prerequisites that are necessary for the installation and step-by-step installation, explaining each of the options in detail.

Install Orchestrator on Single Server

This section demonstrates how to install the System Center Data Protection Manager. It explains the prerequisites that are necessary for the installation and step-by-step installation, explaining each of the options in detail.

Install Service Manger on a Single Server

This section demonstrates how to install the Service Manager on Single Server. It explains the prerequisites that are necessary for the installation.

Upgrading Operations Manager

Upgrading Operations Manager

This section shows the resources needed to successfully upgrade your Operations Manager Server. It explains the proper upgrade paths as well as making the distinction between upgrades and migrations.

Configuring Fabric and Application Monitoring

Fabric and Application Monitoringc

This section explores configuring Fabric and Application monitoring. It talks about Management Packs; where to get them, how to import them, and setting up monitors.

SCOM Agent Configuration and Discovery

This section shows how to deploy SCOM Agent configuration and discovery. It demonstrates installation of the Operations Manager Agent on a computer as well as discover network devices in the Operations Manager.

Import Ops Manager Management Pack

This section shows how to import an Operations Manager Management Pack from the catalogue. It covers the steps of finding an Management Pack, downloading, and importing with the Ops Manager.

Linking VMM SCOM and PRO

This section shows how to connect the Virtual Machine Manager(VMM) with the Ops Manager and enable Performance and Resource Optimization(PRO). It demonstrate configuring SQL Server Analysis Service for VMM.

Application Performance Monitoring

Application Performance Monitoring

This section discusses Application Performance Monitoring. It demonstrates how to use APM to improve application performance.

Use APM to Monitor New Apps

This section demonstrates how to use Application Performance Monitoring (APM) to monitor new applications.

Configure Notification Accounts for Alerts

This section demonstrates how to create and configure notification accounts for receiving alerts.

Web Application Availability Monitoring

This section explains step-by-step how to monitor web sites.

Viewing Distributed Applications

This section explains how to view distributed applications.

End to End Service Monitoring

End to End Service Monitoring

This section discusses several Source Management Pack Templates. It covers the concepts such as distributed applications and global service.

Configure Overrides

This section demonstrates how to configure overrides. It cover how to use one of the many integrated overrides or create you own custom ones.

Synthetic Transaction Web Monitoring

This section covers SCOM 6-3 Synthetic Transaction Web Monitoring. It demonstrates the steps to use synthetic transaction monitoring to monitor a web site URL.

Scorecards, Dashboards and Reporting

Scorecards Dashboards and Reporting

This section discusses Scorecards, Dashboards, and Reporting available in SCOM. It demonstrates the Reporting service and how to configure reports, automate report generation, and setting up report delivery through methods like email and SMS.

Configuring and Customizing the Console

Configuring the Operations Console

This section takes through configuring the Operations Manager Console. It explains key terms and create custom views and Alert Resolution States.

Management Pack Authoring

Management Pack Authoring

This section explores some of the basic concepts behind Management Pack authoring. It discusses authoring Management Packs by using the Operations Console.

Integrating Operations Manager with Other System Center Components

System Center Integration

This section explores the concept of integrating the System Center Ops Manager with the other System Center products.

Create an Ops Manager Alert Connector

This section demonstrates how to create an Operations Manger alert connector. It covers the prerequisites that are necessary for the connection.

Create an Ops Manager CI Connector

This section demonstrates how to create an Operations Manger CI connector. It covers the prerequisites that are necessary for the connection.

Installing Integration Packs for Orchestrator

This section demonstrates how to install Integration Packs for Orchestrator. It covers the prerequisites that are necessary for the installation.

Configuring the AD Connector

This section demonstrates how to configure the AD Connector to import data into System Center Service Manager. It covers the prerequisites that are necessary for the installation.

Configuring the SharePoint Integration Pack

This section demonstrates how to configure the SharePoint Integration Pack connection. It covers the prerequisites that are necessary for the installation.

Troubleshooting, Tuning and Disaster Recovery

Troubleshooting

This section discusses troubleshooting, tuning, and disaster recovery using SCOM. It covers log files and enabling debug trace logging for use with troubleshooting. It also dives into tuning Management Packs and configuring SQL AlwaysOn.

Schedule & Fees


SELF PACED SELF PACED OEM Online INSTRUCTOR LED CLASSROOM
Duration 1 Year Access 90 days Access 5 Days 5 Days
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Course Price $499 $699 On Request On Request
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Why Tech-Act for Data Center Managing with SCOM?

Being in the IT domain for a good number of years, we at Tech-Act understand the importance of skilled IT talents. This is the reason we employ skilled and industry certified trainers to offer our students with best in class learning experience and help them stand out from the crowd. Our trainers bring in years of extensive industry experience backed by hands-on learning approach to help you grasp all that you need to excel in Data Center Managing with SCOM. Tech-Act utilizes a fine mix of both visual and practical learning methodologies to you learn effectively. Most importantly, Tech-Act is an accredited learning center for CompTIA, EC Council and Pearson Vue offering both online and traditional learning facilities.

What are the key benefits of Data Center Managing with SCOM?

You will learn the following:

  • Features of System Center R2 Operations Manager
  • Skills to design operations manager management groups
  • Configuration of network device and fabric monitoring
  • Create distributed application models
  • Implementing global service monitor
  • Create alert and performance dashboards
  • Arrange and manage summary dashboard
  • Create notification subscriptions
  • Create diagnostic and recovery tasks.

Do you have certified trainers onboard?

Yes, all the trainers associated with Tech-Act are certified and experienced to provide you with optimum learning experience.

What is the eligibility criteria to enroll for this course?

Professionals who seek to enroll to this course should possess the following technical knowhow:

  • Experience in designing and implementing System Center Operations Manager 2007 SP1 or R2 for one year or more.
  • Working knowledge pertaining to Windows Server 2012 and 2008 R2
  • Working knowledge pertaining to SQL Server 2012 and 2008 R2
  • Knowledge of SharePoint Server 2010.

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