As a part of preparation for monitoring our WIndows Server 2008 R2 using SNMP and Nagios we had to add SNMP Services to few systems which didn’t have it yet. So, based on that fact I thought it might be nice to capture all steps involved in adding SNMP to Windows Server machine. Here you can see steps, screenshots and short description how to achieve that.
As we can download SCOM 2012 RC from Microsoft, I decided to do quick installation in LAB environment. Whole test environment is based on VMware Workstation 8. Deployment of SCOM 2012 will be spread across few servers to separate certain functions (in fact similar to real-life deployments). For SCOM2012 deplyoment I will use following servers:
- lab-dc-01 – Domain Controller – Windows Server 2008 R2
- lab-sql-01 – SQL Server – Windows Server 2008 R2 + SQL Server 2008 R2
- lab-net-01 – SCOM 2012 Management Server – Windows Server 2008 R2 + SCOM 2012 Management Server
- lab-wks-01 – SCOM 2012 Management Console – Windows 7 x64 Ultimate + SCOM 2012 Management Console
This will be mainly screenshot tour through installation phases of SCOM2012.
Here is schematics of the lab:
Quick installation how-to for Nagios on openSUSE 11.4 “Celadon” platform. Same procedure applies to other versions of opeSUSE platform. I’m using version 11.4 for my LAB purposes.