This blog post will introduce the new SCOM 2016 feature of Management Pack Tuning. It is meant to use alert data from SCOM to determine where tuning may be beneficial. The screenshots are based on the TP5 release of SCOM 2016 and could be changed in a few months as work continues to be done to several features of SCOM.
The way we often used to tune out alerts and management packs was by a few methods. The first method is to import the management packs and sit back and see the alerts flowing in and taking them on one at a time.
The second method was by using reporting:
The two Data Volume reports are actually very useful in going through which management packs cause the most data volume (number of performance counter entries collected, number of alerts, number of events….). And they have possibility to drill down into them as well to see which workflows are the busy ones. After this you could go into SCOM and find the rules and monitors and tune them to your liking.
There are also reports in the SCC Health Check Reports library created by Oskar Landman and Pete Zerger which we can use for …read more
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