Welcome to SCOMathon 2024 – the ultimate learning opportunity for all things SCOM. Get the latest updates from Microsoft, learn best practices from the experts, and discover tips and tricks from the SCOM community, to maximize the power of SCOM.
Register for the 2024 event here:
We’ll also be donating $2 per attendee/session to World Bicycle Relief, an international non-profit organization empowering people and communities through the life-changing independence of bicycles.
This year, SCOMathon will span multiple time zones – from New Zealand to the West Coast of the United States and everywhere in between.
Microsoft MVPs, SCOM experts, and SCOM customers will come together to discuss all things SCOM, including the latest updates, best practice tips, specific use case scenarios, and much more.
The virtual conference will feature speaker sessions consisting of topic-based presentations, how-to guides, and panel discussions. So, come prepared to learn!
The event will be hosted on GatherTown on the 22nd of May 2024.
Providing a fun, interactive environment, GatherTown mirrors an in-person event – allowing SCOMathon 2024 attendees the opportunity to network and connect like never before. Simply choose your avatar and explore the event expo; chatting with others, sharing experiences and building connections.
Live Q&A will be available throughout the event. But don’t worry if you miss a session, it will all be recorded and available on replay.
We’ll be streaming:
So you are considering upgrading your old SCOM Management Group to a newer version, but aren’t sure what the path might look like – in place, side by side or fresh deployment, and then Microsoft brings out SCOM Managed Instance. Confused? Don’t worry, Bob from TopQore has you covered. In this session he will cover all the paths and all the options from where you are to where you want to head, including SCOM MI.
SCOM MI has both advantages and disadvantages from the perspective of security, including some aspects you may not have considered. Get the full picture from Nathan Gau who puts SCOM MI under the microscope, comparing it to both on prem SCOM but also to Azure Monitor.
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We are on the lookout for new and exciting topics to add to the SCOMathon lineup! Fill out the form to submit your presentation for consideration.