Awhile back, Travis posted a blog on some useful queries as a way to tour the CMDB (found here). As he mentions, sometimes it is just faster and easier to get the data you are looking for just by querying […]
Windows Azure Pack is Microsoft’s solution to delivering its public cloud self-service landscape to companies wishing to be service providers, or enterprises wishing to function as service providers, or anyone wishing to introduce scarcity management into their virtual machine or […]
In the first part of this blog series, we took a deep dive into the Service Manager Change Log grooming workflow and explained exactly how it works. In this last part, we’ll walk through how we can build our own […]
As you know, Service Manager natively tracks every property and relationship change on every object in the CMDB. This information is visible in the console via the History tab. Although there are some forms that do not show this tab […]
I have created a Video presentation with some suggestions on why, when, and how to create Management Pack Bundles for System Center Service Manager 2012! We will make use of the Service Manager CMDlet : “New-SCSMManagementPackBundle” as well as Anton’s […]
Nate Lasnoski shares about Configuring Service Manager for Performance and Scale during MMS 2013 presentation.