Tuesday, March 29, 2016

System Center Operations Manager (SCOM) Vs Log Analytics in Operations Management Suite (OMS)

Monitoring plays a major role in any environment and with the advent of Cloud Computing, monitoring both On premises and Cloud workloads is now essential to take quick action and remediate issues proactively to provide a highly available environment to the users.

Microsoft System Center Operations Manager (SCOM) is a leading solution in the market and adopted by vast majority of Organizations around the world, and now Microsoft took one step ahead and introduced the Operations Management Suite (OMS) which does compliments the functionality of SCOM and even beyond.


I recently came across this TechNet article that clearly outlines the comparison between System Center Operations Manager (SCOM) and Log Analytics in Operations Management Suite (OMS) in terms of their architecture, the logic of how they monitor resources, and how they perform analysis of the data they collect. This is to give you a fundamental understanding of their differences and relative strengths. You do have options to Integrating SCOM and Log Analytics in a hybrid model and obtain some rich monitoring capabilities for your environment.

Access here: Monitoring product comparison

Review OMS Architecture: OMS Architecture Documentation

Be sure to review the below Blogs to stay updated...

System Center Operations Manager Team Blog

Welcome to the Microsoft Operations Management Suite Blog

A Nice article that outline PowerShell Monitoring with OMS: Use Microsoft Operations Management Suite to track PowerShell activity

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