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Tuesday, May 16 • 10:00am - 11:45am
Quick and Dirty SCOM Primer for Those Being Thrown into the Deep End of Monitoring FILLING

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Session Description:
If your budget doesn't support a specialist, this session breaks SCOM down to its base elements and presents them in more digestible pieces to allow faster understanding of the behemoth that is SCOM. Data Flow, Storage, Object Relationships, and Transport Mechanisms are the bits that make all of the rest of the system easier to learn.

What you will learn:
  • Deeper understanding of Operations Manager
  • How to tune your monitoring environment
  • How to address pre-established SCOM
  • How to make monitoring useful to your operations team

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Nathan Foreman

Solutions Engineer, C.H. Robinson
I'm a hands-on tinkerer, the kind of person whose warranty gets voided in a week because I wanted to see how it worked. Whether it's mechanical or software I'm interested in getting to the gears to figure out how it works. Day to Day I work as a Solutions Engineer at a Fortune 500... Read More →
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Cole McDonald

Sr. Technical Analyst, Beyond Impact 2.0, LLC
Owner and operator for one of the first few web dev firms in MN. I used script assisted standardization, early applied fuzzy logic, and what is now called DevOps; all before Y2K. I was most recently given the opportunity to shift back toward DevOps from the Server Admin / Client Support... Read More →

Tuesday May 16, 2017 10:00am - 11:45am CDT