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Rounding off my overview of System Center 2016 here I look at Service Manager for 4Sysops. Read it here.

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My third post in my regular column for virtualizationreview.com looks at the recently released Technical Preview 5 (apparently feature complete) and what’s coming in Hyper-V. Read it here.

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The second and last part of my look at OMS for virtualizationreview.com is online here. In this part I look at Solutions (formerly known as Intelligence Packs), alerts, custom dashboards, performance monitoring and PowerBI integration as well as list of resources.

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Part 1 of my look at OMS for virtualizationreview.com is now online here. I cover what OMS is, how to set up a workspace, how to connect data sources and the free mobile app.

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This is actually pretty cool. I’ve been writing for virtualizationreview.com for quite a few years now but recently the editor offered me a regular column. My first post is already up, read it here.

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In part 2 of my look at System Center 2016 TP 4 Operations Manager for 4sysops, I cover scheduled maintenance improvements, storage spaces and Nano server support. Read it here.

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In early April my two part look at what’s coming in System Center Operations Manager (OM) 2016 was published at 4Sysops. In part 1, I look at Apache and MySQL monitoring and other open source improvements in OM.

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In March I then started looking at the different parts of the System Center 2016 for 4Sysops.

Virtual Machine Manager and Configuration Manager have already been covered, this time I look at Data Protection Manager (DPM). The 2016 version will bring protection for shielded VMs, mixed mode Hyper-V clusters, Storage Spaces Direct (S2D) and Resilient Change Tracking. Read it here

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I finished the look at OMS for 4Sysops with a look at Solutions which extend the functionality of OMS, the powerful log search capabilites and the mobile OMS app. Find part 2 here.

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I’ve been falling behind in keeping my blog up to date with articles that have been published. Back in February I looked at OMS which is a very capable cloud based systems management service. Find the first part here at 4Sysops.

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