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Streamline Microsoft System Center and OMS with Jetpatch

Agent Management

As Jetpatch recently joined the Microsoft Enterprise Cloud Alliance, we thought it’s a good opportunity to talk about the various integration we have with Microsoft products and the benefits you can achieve from combining the Jetpatch Agent Manager with them.

Extend Microsoft System Center to the Hybrid Cloud

Jetpatch Agent Manager saves you countless hours of tedious tasks by automatically deploying, throttling, troubleshooting and restarting System Center agents across clouds and on-premise and across System Center nodes.

By integrating with Microsoft System Center, Jetpatch extends automates the management and optimizes the behavior of Microsoft and non-Microsoft IT tools across data centers and clouds—and enables them all to be centrally controlled via Microsoft’s single pane of glass.

To learn more about the beenfits of using Jetpatch Agent Manager with Microsoft System Center, check out our Jetpatch Agent Manager for Microsoft page.

Accelerate and Centrally-Control Microsoft OMS Data Collection

Making data-driven decisions depends on having all of the relevant information. Jetpatch Agent Manager centrally orchestrates data collection across infrastructures and clouds, ensuring all relevant data is sent to OMS. Using Jetpatch, different servers are automatically connected to OMS with the right configuration, including variations such as the use of gateways, or forwarding from SCOM to MMA. Once deployed, MMA and SCOM agents are monitored over time for consistent operation

Jetpatch Centrally Controls OMS Collection Across All Environments

Connect System Center and 3rd-party tools data to OMS

Since Jetpatch controls all agents on the server, it can easily funnel agent logs into OMS using the local MMA or SCOM agent. Events such as failed backups or security notices become visible within OMS, even as they are observed by non-Microsoft agents.

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