Yesterday Microsoft announced System Center 2019 is generally available. System Center 2019 is a long term servicing channel (LTSC) release which will be supported for 10 years. System Center 2019 supports Windows Server 2019 across the board and enables deployment, management and monitoring of Windows Server 2019 at data center scale. The key capabilities of …
Lately, we had a Requirement, at one of our Customers, to alert someone, if a Runbook is longer running than 30 minutes. There is a way to write an Event Log if a Runbook is running longer than XX Minutes, but this has to be configured for each single Runbook, so that wasn’t a good …
There has been a lot of work, but we are really happy to announce our new Release.
SCOOSP is providing a Self Servie Portal to start SCO, SMA or Azure Automation Runbooks.
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See this List of Changes
- NEW DESIGN
- NEW FEATURE: Show AD Photos on Team Page
- NEW FEATURE: Multilanguage for Announcements
- NEW FEATURE: New Question Type INT
- NEW FEATURE: Enhanced Logging
- and a lot more
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Hi, As you may know, I have written the actual System Center 2016 Orchestrator Cookbook. Now PacktPub is providing me 10 free, printed copies, that’s your chance. Enter Your Name and Mail Address as a Comment below this Article, the first 10 will get a free Copy. After that, PacktPub will contact you for the …
System Center Orchestrator should be the first Product to upgrade to 2016, so we also will start with SCO.
The Upgrade is straight forward and an easy one, but we have some pre-checks to make sure everything runs smooth.
First we will make a small Health Check to make sure SCO is doing fine, afterwards we proceed with our Backups followed by uninstall 2012 R2 and Installing 2016.
SCO Health Check
We normally use the “Orchestrator Health Checker” to get a quick overview of our environment. You an download the small Tool here: http://scorch.codeplex.com/releases/view/99063
So take a look at your running and queued Runbooks and make sure nothing important is sill running or not to many Runbooks are in Queue.
After we have made sure that our SCO is healthy, we can take the next step.
We have been waiting a long time, Microsoft released the new System Center 2016 suite nearly a month ago.
A few days after, also Update Rollup 1 has been released.
As I am mainly related to SCDPM, SCSM and SCO, I will show you all the news around these three Products
So lets take a look, what’s new with System Center 2016.
Service Manager 2016
- Time to create and update Work Item is reduced
- Workflows are faster
- Group and queue calculations improved
- Faster SCCM and Active Directory Connector
- Grooming improvements
Microsoft released the Update Rollup 8 for System Center 2012 R2.
Update Rollup 8 contains Fixes and Updates for SCDPM, SCOM, SCO, SPF, SCVMM and Windows Azure Pack.
The UR 8 and the Portal for SCSM will be released next week.
As we know, there is the possibility that the actual Update Rollup can contain some Bugs, so maybe wait a few days to install, or try it on a Test Environment.
Get all Information’s about Update Rollup 8 for System Center 2012 R2: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3096378
Here are some Details
Seit heute steht das Update Rollup 7 für die aktuelle System Center Familie bereit.
Update Rollup 7 für System Center 2012 R2 bringt viele Fixes für die Produkte SCDPM, SCOM, SCO, SCSM, SCVMM und Windows Azure Pack.
Bitte das Update zuvor in einer Testumgebung installieren, da wir aus der Vergangenheit ja wissen, das solche Update Rollups auch mal Probleme verursachen können.
Am besten auch mal ein paar Tage mit der Installation warten, sollte es Probleme geben, werden diese in den ersten Tagen nach Veröffentlichung ja bekannt gegeben.
Hier die Lister de betroffenen Produkte und der Download zum Update: