August 2014 MNSCUG Meeting - Notes

The August meeting was a great success!  Both presentation were fantastic.  A big thank you to Jonathan Almquist and Nathan Foreman!  Concurrencyprovided stellar food and drink as well.  Great times were had by all.  

Hereare the details and examples of Nathan's presentation on integration SCOM with a CMDB.

As a reminder, elections for MNSCUG board members is going to be held at the October meeting.  Must be present to run or vote.  Get involved, it's well worth it.  

Also, MMS is coming up!  Have you registered yet?  You should!



March 2014 MNSCUG Meeting

March 2014 MNSCUG Meeting


For this month we are welcoming new bronze sponsors BlueStripe Software to present how to elevate your System Center implementation from infrastructure management to complete application management.  Along with providing excellent food and beverage there will be a give away for JayBird BlueBuds X Sport Bluetooth Headphones. Must be present to win!  Thanks again to BlueStripe Software for their sponsorship.

The main attraction will be a SCOM session from Daniel Audley from Charlotte, North Carolina where he has been a system engineer for Wells Fargo since 2011.  He has worked with SMS since 2001 and SCOM/MOM since 2005. He has worked most recently to focus the capabilities of SCOM 2007/2012 on monitoring SCCM 2007 and 2012 by creating and tuning rules, monitors, views, overrides and discoveries within the Management Packs for SQL, Windows, SCCM, IIS and from Dell as well as evaluating recorded performance data to locate resource leaks and potential performance bottlenecks throughout the infrastructure.

We'll follow up at the end with a round table discussion.


Please be sure to sign-up if you are attending so we can ensure everyone has food.


Eventbrite - February 2014 MNSCUG Meeting


See you there!

MNSCUG August 2015 Meeting Notes

August 11th, 8:30am - 5:00pm @ the MTC in Edina.

Presenters - Cameron Fuller, Dieter Wijckmas, Jonathan Almquist and Nathan Foreman.

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