Allow one SCOM to sync with multiple workspaces
Allow SCOM to send data to different workspaces based on monitoring groups.
Thank you for the idea!
We will factor this into our MSP investigation.
Alik Levin commented
Yes, please. Team members want to have separate WorkSpaces while connected to the same SCOM
I agree and would like for SCOM MG's to connect to multiple OMS workspaces
As a hosted services provider, i monitor the following with one SCOM instance :
- Hardware infrastructure / Virtualization stack
- Multi-tenant SaaS (Exchange, Sharepoint, ...) infrastructures
- A few tenants large enough to deserve the hassle of cross-domain SCOM monitoring.
Things i like in OpInsights :
- Deploy advanced monitoring for SMB in a few minutes : check
- Give my customers access to their infrastructure health easily : check
- Make use of SCOM management packs : check*
Things i would love in OpInsights :
- Give my hardware infrastructure team a workspace with data from related agents and management packs only
- Give my SaaS infrastructure team another worskpace with data from related agents and management packs only
- Both of the above using the same SCOM instance.
I don't know if many are like me, but not having to setup another SCOM server and reconfigure my monitoring would make a big difference in adoption date (tomorrow vs 6+ months)
Your solution (one workspace for domain 1, one workspace for domain 2, one workspace for SCOM data of domain 1+2) does not seem very practical in my scenario.
Thanks for taking our feedback :)
I'm currently collecting requirements in this area as part of http://feedback.azure.com/forums/267889-azure-operational-insights/suggestions/6519233-improve-multitenancy-for-managed-services-provider
The approach I'm currently thinking of (which is possible today) is to:
1) Have SCOM sync to a single workspace
2) Install the direct agent on computers managed by SCOM and have the agents report to a different workspace.
This results in each computer reporting to both SCOM and also directly to an OMS workspace.
Would this approach work for you?