New MP: OpsMgr Health State Synchronization Library

Background As I mentioned in previous blog posts, I will continue blogging on the topic of managing multiple OpsMgr management groups – a topic keeps getting brought up in the private conversations between us SCCDM MVPs. Previously, I have written 2 posts demonstrated how to use Squared Up dashboard to access data from foreign management groups using their SQL and Iframe plugins. Now that I’ve covered the presentation layer (using Squared Up), I’d like to explore deeper in this subject. I wanted to be able to synchronise the health state from a monitoring object managed by a remote management group

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Next Step in My Career

  Back in September 2011, after a short and unpleasant contracting experience, I joint a large Australian retailer as a senior systems engineer, focusing on their System Center infrastructure. I chose this company because the office location is close to home, the role was interesting (have a VERY large System Center environment to play with), and my wife and I were expecting a baby so I thought a permanent role suited me better. Now looking back the 3.5 years I have spent there, I have involved in multiple System Center implementation and upgrade projects, written countless amount of management packs,

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2015 Global Azure Bootcamp – Melbourne Event

For those who are actively engaged in Microsoft System Center and Azure community may already aware that there is a global Azure Bootcamp event taking place later this month (April 2015). This year, the Azure bootcamp is going to be held at 195 confirmed locations on Saturday 25th April. More information about this global event can be found here: http://global.azurebootcamp.net/ My fellow SCCDM MVP Daniel Mar is the organizer for the Melbourne event. Daniel has already put a great effort in organising this event (BIG thank-you to Daniel), and we now have a great line-up for Melbourne – with totally

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