Windows Management User Group

WMUG NL Webinar #1 January 13th 2016: Introduction to OMS Alerting, hosted by Tao Yang

The Windows Management User Group Netherlands (WMUG NL) is proud to announce our 1st webinar of 2016 on Wednesday the 13th of January 2016. The topic of the event will be an introduction to Operational Management Suite (OMS) alerting. This webinar will be hosted by Tao Yang, managing consultant, author, speaker, and Microsoft MVP cloud and datacenter management.

The event will start at 20:00 in the Netherlands (NL) time zone (GMT +2), if you want to know at what time the event will be held in your time zone check this link: http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=WMUG+NL+Webinar+%231+2016&iso=20160113T20&p1=16&ah=1&am=30

Please note: One day before the event we will publish the link to the Microsoft Lync/Skype for Business hosted online meeting on our website, and if you reserved a spot,sent you an email as well.

You can reserve your spot for the webinar here: https://wmugnlwebinar2016-1.eventbrite.com

Session Abstract:

This session will introduce the newly released OMS Alerting and Alert Remediation feature. We will demonstrate how to configure OMS alerts and alert remediation (Azure Automation) runbooks for some common monitoring scenarios.

Speaker bio:

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Tao is a independent consultant and senior System Center specialist with 15 years of experience in IT. Prior to becoming an independent consultant, Tao had been working for a large Australian retailer for 3.5 years, where he has designed and implemented one of the largest System Center environments in the region. Although Tao’s skill set spans across multiple Azure and System Center products, his primary focus is Microsoft Operations Management Suite (OMS), System Center Operations Manager (SCOM) and Management Pack development.

Tao has been actively blogging on his blog http://blog.tyang.org. Tao lives in Melbourne with his wife and daughter.

Linkedin: https://au.linkedin.com/in/tao-yang-988325a

Twitter: @MrTaoYang

Website: http://blog.tyang.org