Veeam Management Pack Data in Microsoft Operations Manager Suite – Part 2
In the previous post we discussed what the Microsoft Operations Manager Suite (OMS) is and how it can be used as a powerful extension for your Operations Manager solution on-premises. We already showed you how to connect them together and how to make sure that data from your Veeam Management Pack is being streamed to the OMS solution. Today we are going to look at alerts and use OMS to create some custom queries, use custom fields and experiment with the preview of PowerBI to create stunning visualization dashboards.
We also already mentioned that alerts data is going to be automatically available in OMS after connecting the two solutions and after you have enabled the Alerts Management solution. These alerts that appear in Operations Manager will almost instantly be available in OMS.
Making those alerts visible is done by using log queries. These log queries are run at regular intervals. The solution comes with some queries out of the box, but we are going to use some of our own search queries to display specific alerts from our Management Pack. I am not going into detail on how you need to create such a custom search. You can find the information on Microsoft TechNet.
Let’s look at some sample queries.
The first query we are going to use will display critical alerts coming from the Veeam Management pack in the past hour.
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