Discuss SCOM 1801 Migration Plans With Microsoft Program Manager

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SCOM 1801 Migration Plans

Microsoft released System Center 1801 in February. SCOM 1801 is part of Microsoft System Center suite. System Center offers enterprise-class data center management for your IT environments. System Center, version 1801 (semi-annual channel) and download the evaluation version from here. In this post I’ll share the best opportunity to discuss SCOM 1801 migration plans.

SCOM 1801 Migration Plans Discussion

Join Savision’s webinar presented by Aditya Goda, Program Manager at Microsoft, and MVP Bob “SCOM-Bob” Cornelissen, Managing Consultant at BICTT, to learn about the newest update for Operations Manager (OpsMgr) known as SCOM 1801.

During this session, you will get the latest insights on:

  • HTML5 Dashboards
  • Linux Monitoring Improvements
  • Migration Planning and the new “Semi-Annual Channel Release” Model
  • New Service Map Integration
  • Updates and recommendations for third-party Management Packs
  • Live Maps Integration

Register for the SCOM 1801 Migration Webinar (Recording option is available)

Date/time: May 3rd at 4pm CEST / 10am EST (Recording option is available for the registered people)

Do not miss your chance to ask your questions directly to the Microsoft System Center team!

More Tips System Center (SCOM) Semi-Annual Release

System Center, version 1801 is the first of our Semi-Annual Channel releases delivering new capabilities at a faster cadence. Semi-Annual Channel releases have an 18-month support policy. In addition, we will continue to release in the Long-Term Servicing Channel (LTSC) at a lower frequency. The LTSC will continue to provide 5 years of mainstream support followed by 5 more years of extended support.

System Center, version 1801 is the first of our Semi-Annual Channel releases delivering new capabilities at a faster cadence. Semi-Annual Channel releases have an 18-month support policy. In addition, we will continue to release in the Long-Term Servicing Channel (LTSC) at a lower frequency. The LTSC will continue to provide 5 years of mainstream support followed by 5 more years of extended support.

Linux monitoring in Operations Manager: Linux monitoring has been significantly improved with the addition of a customizable FluentD-based Linux agent. Linux log file monitoring is now on par with that of Windows Server (Yes, we heard you! Kick the tires, it really works).

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