System Center Kasım 2019 Bülten

 

IN THIS ISSUE

Silect’s MP University presentation recordings are available

 

SquaredUp introduces Application Dashboards for Azure

 

Billy York shares some Azure Monitor management tips from the field

 

Warren Kahn shows how to use parameters with Azure Monitor Workbooks

 

Steve Rachui does a video tutorial on OSD Task Sequence Debugging

 

Ignite
Sessions on SCOM 2019, Migrating from SCOM to Azure Monitor, Azure Monitor Fundamentals, Azure Monitor Data Types, Best Practices, and much more!

 

Debabrata Pati blogs about SCCM driver import and package creation

 

Benoit Lecours provides a list of SCCM must-have tools

 

Microsoft Intune rolls out an improved, streamlined endpoint management administration experience

 

Dilip Radhakrishnan talks about Intune’s powerful new reporting framework

 

Cosmos Darwin introduces the new Performance Monitor for Windows Admin Center

 

Gilad Elyashar shows off new Azure Security Center and Azure platform security capabilities

 

HEADLINES

General Availability of Windows Admin Center, Version 1910

On November 4th, we announced the general availability of Windows Admin Center, version 1910. Server admins already trust Windows Admin Center to manage more than 3 million servers, and with this release, we’re delivering new functionality to make it easier to remotely manage your server workloads and take advantage of cloud services for your hybrid server environments.

Azure Arc: Extending Azure management to any infrastructure

At Microsoft Ignite, we’re taking another major step forward with our hybrid technology. We are announcing Azure Arc, a set of technologies that extends the control plane of Azure out to on-premises, multi-cloud environments and edge. Azure Arc enables customers to have a central, unified, and self-service approach to manage their Windows and Linux Servers, Kubernetes clusters, and Azure data services wherever they are. Azure Arc also extends adoption of cloud practices like DevOps and Azure security across on-premises, multi-cloud, and edge. In addition to extending the control plane for management, Azure Arc enables customers to run Azure data services anywhere.

 

New Azure Security Center and Azure platform security capabilities

At Microsoft Ignite we shared the many new capabilities our teams have built to improve security with Azure Security Center and the Azure Platform. We have a long list of new innovations, and this blog provides our general direction and summarizes some of our favorite new features. For more information, you can read all the details in our Azure Security Center Community post.

 

Webinar – Manage Servers and Virtual Machines Anywhere with Windows Admin Center

Watch this webinar, presented by Windows Server expert Jeff Woolsey, to learn how Windows Admin Center can help you manage and troubleshoot servers and virtual machines securely, wherever they run—on-premises or in the cloud.

 

10 Azure Portal User Experience updates

Azure notable updates from Ignite 2019

Microsoft Ignite 2019 Book of News

 

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SYSTEM CENTER OPERATIONS MANAGER

Ignite Session: Strategies for migrating infrastructure monitoring from SCOM to Azure Monitor

Ignite Session: SCOM 2019: Customer Success stories and what’s next

Silect MP University recordings available

SCOM 2019: Updated Azure Management Pack v1.8.0.1

SCOMHelper PowerShell Module – A SCOM Admin’s Best Friend

MPBUtil – A Free Utility for Working with MPB files

Debugging SCOM Workflows using PowerShell

Open Source – Scheduled Task and PS Scheduled Job Management Pack for SCOM 2012 / 2016 / 2019

Failed VSAE build with message: Could not load management pack System.AdminItem.Library

VSAE malicious compiling challenges

Computer property Organizational Unit is Empty

 

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AZURE MONITOR

Ignite Session: Understand Azure Monitor data types and collection

Ignite Session: Azure Monitor fundamentals: What, why, and how

Ignite Session: Mastering Azure Monitor, with 360° application dashboards from SquaredUp

Ignite Session: Advanced monitoring: Azure Monitor best practices you should know

Ignite Session: Lessons learned: An MSP’s journey from System Center Operations Manager to Azure Monitor

Building an enriched alerts dashboard with Logic Apps and Log Analytics Data Collector API

Improving observability of your Kubernetes deployments with Azure Monitor for containers

What’s new with Azure Monitor

Azure Monitor: Management Tips from the Field

Channel 9: How to use Prometheus to monitor containers in Azure Monitor

Introducing SquaredUp for Azure

Azure Monitor Alert Series – Part 9

Azure Monitor Alert Series – Part 10

How to: Parameters with Azure Monitor Workbooks and a quick start template

Azure Functions integration with Azure Monitor Logs is now in public preview

Azure Monitor Logs—Stream every type of activity log for your subscription

Azure Monitor Workbooks is now generally available

New Azure Monitor Application Insights agent is now available

Troubleshoot network issues faster with Azure Monitor

Azure Monitor for containers now supports monitoring containers on-premises and on Azure Stack

OMS Agent for Linux v1.12.15-0 released

 

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SYSTEM CENTER CONFIGURATION MANAGER

System Center Configuration Manager Feedback – Make your voice heard

Control update deployments with orchestration groups in Configuration Manager Technical Preview 1909

Deploy pre-release Windows 10 feature updates via Configuration Manager starting today

Task Sequence Debugging – OSD Video Tutorial: Part 24

SCCM Driver Import Driver Package Creation Process Guide

SCCM Technical Preview 1910 New Features

MBAM integration in Configuration Manager 1909 TP

SCCM 1906 Hotfix Rollup KB4517869

Must have SCCM Tools – 2019 Edition

How to Manage Servicing stack updates with SCCM

Extended Security Updates and Configuration Manager

Windows 10 Feature Updates – The Challenge of Servicing in the Enterprise

Co-management Series “Merging the Perimeter” – Part 1: What is Co-management?

Hydration Kit For Windows Server 2019, SQL Server 2017 and ConfigMgr Current Branch

Co-Management of Windows Updates Workloads

Selecting the Right Deployment Settings for Pre-Caching

SCCM Upgrade Paths (In-place Upgrade Paths)

 

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INTUNE / ENTERPRISE MOBILITY

Microsoft Intune Feedback – Make your voice heard

Device management overview – November 2019

In development for Microsoft Intune – November 2019

Microsoft Intune helps high-security customers authenticate using derived credentials on mobile

Microsoft Intune rolls out an improved, streamlined endpoint management administration experience

Microsoft Intune expands macOS app management support

Introducing dark mode on Microsoft Intune Company Portal for iOS

Modern management and security principles driving our Microsoft Endpoint Manager vision

Microsoft Intune brings mobile threat defense to unenrolled BYO devices

Microsoft Intune announces powerful new reporting framework

Microsoft Cloud App Security news at Ignite 2019

Privacy gets a boost with support for Apple User Enrollment in Microsoft Endpoint Manager

Behind the scenes: How Microsoft and Google work together for customers on Android Enterprise

Tutorial: Walkthrough of Microsoft Intune in the Azure portal – November 2019

Users, groups, licensing, and roles for large organizations

 

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VIRTUALIZATION

Introducing the new Performance Monitor for Windows Admin Center

What’s new in Windows Admin Center 1910

Run Azure cloud shell in Windows Admin Center

Announcing the general availability of the new Azure HPC cache service

Expanding the Azure Stack portfolio to run hybrid applications across the cloud, datacenters, and the edge

Azure infrastructure as a service (IaaS) for every workload

 

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DATA PROTECTION

How Azure Backup Integrates With Azure File Sync – Part I

Azure Backup support for SQL Server 2019 and Restore as files

Change feed support now available in preview for Azure Blob Storage

 

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SECURITY

New Azure Security Center and Azure platform security capabilities

New innovations in security, compliance, and identity at Ignite

Changing security incident response by utilizing the power of the cloud – DART tools, techniques, and procedures: part 1

Zero Trust strategy – what good looks like

Microsoft works with researchers to detect and protect against new RDP exploits

Microsoft Cloud Security solutions provide comprehensive cross-cloud protection

Thinking about the balance between compliance and security

Azure Sentinel updates: Improve your security operations with innovations from a cloud-native SIEM

Further enhancing security from Microsoft, not just for Microsoft

Microsoft announces new innovations in security, compliance, and identity at Ignite

 

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