System Center Mart 2019 Bülten

 

IN THIS ISSUE

Kevin Holman covers the release of SCOM 2019 with a Quickstart Deployment Guide, and blogs on security changes and console views

Nathan Gau blogs about using SCOM to detect remote WMI attempts and WMI persistence attempts

Cameron Fuller provides next generation queries for CPU and memory KPIs in Log Analytics

Billy York walks through Application Performance Monitoring with Application Insights

Matt Balzan shares an SCCM Collection Dashboard Report

Jason Wilson blogs about unified SecOps investigation for hybrid environments

Sarah Fender announces new capabilities in the Microsoft Graph Security API to simplify integration

 

Brian Zoucha and Taylour Blackwell deliver a new version of their Office 365 supplemental management pack

Vimal Daas discusses some practices to speed up the Windows 10 upgrade process

Mayunk Jain blogs about what’s new in System Center Configuration Manager and Microsoft Intune

Michael Godfrey walks through installing SCVMM 2019 with a Group Managed Service Account

Robert Jaffee and Diego Lapiduz provide tips for securing your IaaS workloads

Sonia Gupta announces the release of Azure Backup Instant Restore capability for Azure Virtual Machines

James van den Berg gives an overview of Azure Sentinel

 

HEADLINES

Now available: Microsoft System Center 2019

As of March 14, 2019, we are pleased to let you know that System Center 2019 is generally available. Customers with a valid license of System Center 2019 can download media from the Volume Licensing Service Center (VLSC). We will also have the System Center 2019 evaluation available on the Microsoft Evaluation Center. System Center suite continues to play an important role in managing the on-premises data center and the evolving IT needs with the adoption of the public cloud.

System Center 2019 is our LTSC (Long Term Servicing Channel) release and provides the 5 years of standard and 5 years of extended support that customers can rely on. Subsequent to the GA of System Center 2019, the suite will continue to accrue value through the Update Rollup releases every six months over the mainstream support window of 5 years.

 

Introducing Microsoft Azure Sentinel, intelligent security analytics for your entire enterprise

Azure Sentinel provides intelligent security analytics at cloud scale for your entire enterprise. Azure Sentinel makes it easy to collect security data across your entire hybrid organization from devices, to users, to apps, to servers on any cloud.  It uses the power of artificial intelligence to ensure you are identifying real threats quickly and unleashes you from the burden of traditional SIEMs by eliminating the need to spend time on setting up, maintaining, and scaling infrastructure. Since it is built on Azure, it offers nearly limitless cloud scale and speed to address your security needs. Traditional SIEMs have also proven to be expensive to own and operate, often requiring you to commit upfront and incur high cost for infrastructure maintenance and data ingestion. With Azure Sentinel there are no upfront costs, you pay for what you use.

 

Announcing the public preview of Windows Virtual Desktop

Last September, we announced Windows Virtual Desktop and began a private preview. Since then, we’ve been hard at work developing the ability to scale and deliver a true multi-session Windows 10 and Office 365 ProPlus virtual desktop and app experience on any device.

Today, we move to the next phase and announce the public preview of Microsoft Windows Virtual Desktop. Now, all customers can access this service—the only service that delivers simplified management, a multi-session Windows 10 experience, optimizations for Office 365 ProPlus, and support for Windows Server Remote Desktop Services (RDS) desktops and apps. With Windows Virtual Desktop, you can deploy and scale your Windows desktops and apps on Azure in minutes and enjoy built-in security.

 

System Center blog has a new home

System Center blog posts are now located in our new home on the Microsoft Tech Community. The Microsoft Tech Community is an awesome place for peer-to-peer engagement and direct connection with the people who build the products.

Going forward, you’ll find the latest news and content related to all System Center products right here. You will be able to filter blog posts related to a specific System Center product using labels. To make it easier to get here, you can just go to https://aka.ms/SystemCenterBlog 

 

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SYSTEM CENTER OPERATIONS MANAGER

SCOM 2019 is HERE!

SCOM 2019 – QuickStart Deployment Guide

Security changes in SCOM 2019 – Log on as a Service

New Administrative Console Views in SCOM 2019

Microsoft System Center 2019 GA – What’s New

Office 365 Supplemental Management Pack v2

Security Monitoring: Using SCOM to Detect Remote WMI Attempts

SCOM 2016 Security Account Matrix

Using SCOM to detect WMI Persistence Attempts

PowerShell Script to get Scripts from inside XML Management Pack

Export SCOM Subscriptions using PowerShell

Troubleshooting Service Map pack

System Center 2016 Management Pack for Message Queuing

System Center Management Pack for Microsoft Azure Stack

 

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AZURE MONITOR

Announcing Azure Monitor AIOps Alerts with Dynamic Thresholds

March 2019 changes to Azure Monitor Availability Testing

Upcoming change to Azure Monitor Application Insights Smart Detection emails

Creating next generation queries for CPU and memory KPIs in Log Analytics

Adding alerts and dashboards to the Ping solution for Azure monitor

Creating an inexpensive Ping monitor for Azure Monitor

Application Performance Monitoring with Application Insights

Azure Monitor for VMs (preview) available in Central Canada and UK South

Azure Log Analytics is now generally available in Australia East and in Australia Central

Changing of the guard: How Microsoft moved from SCOM to Azure Monitor

Intro to Azure Monitor Application Insights for SCOM Admins Part II

Stay informed about service issues with Azure Service Health

Monitoring on Azure HDInsight Part 1: An Overview

Update Service Map groups with PowerShell

Remove Application Insights connections via PowerShell

 

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SYSTEM CENTER CONFIGURATION MANAGER

System Center Configuration Manager Feedback – Make your voice heard

ConfigMgr Technical Preview 1902.2 is now available

What Automatic Deployment Rules Actually Do

Task Sequence One Liners

Configuration Baseline to check for and enable Active Directory PowerShell Module

ConfigMgr Client TCP Port Tester

SCCM: Collection Dashboard Report

Install Software Updates with troubleshooting flowchart

Create Collections for SCCM Software Update Installation Failures by Error Code

Speed up Windows 10 Upgrade Process – Task Sequence Vs. Servicing

New Remote Control option “First Screen” in ConfigMgr 1902 TP

System Center Configuration Manager Client Health – Toolset to identify and remediate client issues

Using ‘Scripts’ Feature in Configuration Manager for Ad Hoc WSUS Maintenance

Configuration Manager Advanced Dashboards – Rich view of your Configuration Manager environment

 

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INTUNE / ENTERPRISE MOBILITY

What’s new in System Center Configuration Manager and Microsoft Intune: Spring 2019 Edition

Announcing general availability for Microsoft Edge mobile app integration with Microsoft Intune

Introducing Investigation Priority built on User and Entity Behavior Analytics

Microsoft Intune extends ruggedized Android devices support with Zebra

Microsoft Intune security tasks extend Microsoft Defender ATP’s Threat & Vulnerability Management

Evolution of macOS management capabilities in Microsoft Intune

Cloud App Security @ RSA conference

 

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VIRTUALIZATION

 

Azure Stack laaS – part two

 

Azure Stack IaaS – part three

 

Azure Stack IaaS – part four

 

Azure Stack IaaS – part five

 

Windows Virtual Desktop now in public preview on Azure

 

Installing SCVMM 2019 with a Group Managed Service Account

 

Five tips for securing your IaaS workloads

 

Terraforming Azure Management Groups

 

Which Windows Server 2019 Installation Option should I choose?

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DATA PROTECTION

Instantly restore your Azure Virtual Machines using Azure Backup

 
 

Azure Backup for SQL Server in Azure Virtual Machines now generally available!

 
 

Simplify disaster recovery with Managed Disks for VMware and physical servers

 
 

Enhance data protection and compliance with customer managed keys

 

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SECURITY

Azure Sentinel Preview/Overview

Exchange Online Mailbox Auditing Enabled By Default

Making security integration simpler, faster, better

Unified SecOps Investigation for Hybrid Environments

Introducing Investigation Priority built on User and Entity

 

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