MP University

Silect is proud to present MP University - the premier online learning event for the SCOM and Azure management communities.

A very big THANK YOU to Aakash and Kevin from Microsoft, Bob from Topqore and Mike from Silect!

Content from MP University October  2021 is now available.

Here’s some feedback from attendees:
“Very good event” – RW
“Definitely enjoyed seeing experts from Microsoft and Silect” – Michael
“Great session” – Peter
“I  think you all do a great job at your presentations. They’re engaging, real world subject matter examples we can leverage in our enterprises” – James

Monitoring Roadmap with SCOM

These are exciting times with upcoming version of System Center i.e., Microsoft System Center 2022 and its evolution into Hybrid Data Center Management. In this session, Microsoft System Center Product Group is going to talk about current updates in SCOM, Management Packs and also share a roadmap on what lies ahead.

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Aakash Basavaraj

Microsoft SCOM Product Group

Management Pack Development

In this session we’ll cover everything from how to get started to a deep dive scenario showing how to use WMI to monitor exactly when you need to monitor.

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Mike Sargent

Senior Developer, Silect

Monitoring web-based API’s in SCOM – POC Ninja Style

Sometimes we want to monitor a device without an agent or SNMP with SCOM. In this session we show a POC for monitoring a Philips Hue Bridge with connected devices through a web-based API and the management pack creation around it.

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Bob Cornelissen

MVP, Topqore

M365 MP Deep Dive

We’ll show you how SCOM + M365 MP is the best way to monitor Microsoft 365. We’ll show you some tips and tricks on how the MP works and how best to tune the MP to meet your service level monitoring requirements.

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Silect

Demo using advanced Management Pack fragments for monitoring applications:  processes, ports, SQL queries, and adding automated recoveries.

This session will walk through using fragments to discover and monitor an application in SCOM, and quickly add complex monitoring for TCP Port checks, Process count and availability, and monitoring using custom SQL Queries.  We will also walk through how to add simple and complex recovery actions to existing monitors.

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Session Recording

Kevin Holman

PFE, Microsoft