The APM component (regardless of APM being enabled) frequently breaks .NET applications. Re-installing agent with NOAPM=1 means we cannot leverage the SCOM console to deploy agents. Request155 votescompleted · AdminAditya Goda (Product Manager, Microsoft System Center Operations Manager) responded
This ask has been shipped with SCOM 1807, which enables you to disable the APM component when you deploy the Operations Manager agent from Discovery Wizard in the console, when performing a repair of the agent from the Operations console, and similarly controlling behavior when using the PowerShell cmdlets Install-SCOMAgent and Repair-SCOMAgent.
This feature ask will also be shipped in SCOM 2019.
Issues related to APM, crashing the IIS application pools has been fixed and shipped with SCOM 2016 UR6: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4459897/update-rollup-6-for-system-center-2016-operations-manager#enable
Fix to these issues, will also be available in SCOM 2019.
Currently SCOM 2016 does NOT support SP1. SP1 touts consistent programmability across SQL Server editions. This should also benefit the development team to streamline customizations.26 votescompleted · AdminAditya Goda (Product Manager, Microsoft System Center Operations Manager) responded
SCOM 2016 supports SQL Server 2016 SP1.
SQL Server requirements documentation: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/system-center/scom/plan-sqlserver-design?view=sc-om-2016#sql-server-requirements
Provide a Web Service to interact with SCOM. This would help integrating SCOM into persisting infrastructures, building connectors from and to SCOM.30 votescompleted · AdminAditya Goda (Product Manager, Microsoft System Center Operations Manager) responded
With SCOM 1801, we have introduced REST APIs.
REST APIs reference document is available here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-gb/rest/operationsmanager/
More information on System Center 1801 release is available here: https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/first-system-center-semi-annual-channel-release-now-available/
Documentation for HTML5 is available here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/system-center/scom/manage-overview-html5-webconsole?view=sc-om-1801
Blog series on HTML5 dashboards:
The all new Dashboards: https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/momteam/2018/02/12/new-scom-web-console-blog-series-post2-the-all-new-dashboards/
The new HTML5 Widgets: https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/momteam/2018/02/12/new-scom-web-console-blog-series-post3-the-new-html5-widgets/
The all new Drilldown experience: https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/momteam/2018/02/12/new-scom-web-console-blog-series-post4-the-all-new-drilldown-experience/
Sample Custom Dashboard walkthrough: https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/momteam/2018/02/12/new-scom-web-console-blog-series-post5-sample-custom-dashboard-walkthrough/
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