You imported a Management Pack now what… Part 2
In the previous blog post we went through System Center Operations Manager as a framework, we talked about management packs, and that importing a management pack isn’t stopping the work you need to do.
We talked about fine-tuning and the importance of it to make the framework fit your environment.
In this blog posts, we are simply going to import a management pack(s) and then immediately create an “override” management pack to store our customizations. Just a few best practices that you need to do before you actually do the import.
Setting the scene
In this series we are going to work with the Veeam Management Pack for System Center and use the Hyper-V capabilities from it.
Wait! Don’t import it yet!!!!
The first mistake everybody makes is download all the management packs he or she needs (whether Microsoft or 3rd party) is just import it, wait, and see all the alerts coming in and then run away being scared of the environment. On the one hand Microsoft has made it easy for us for being able to connect to the catalog but on the other hand that is not the smartest idea to do.
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