Microsoft’s cloud-based Operations Management Suite (OMS) has been gaining in popularity as a means to, as Microsoft describes it, “govern workloads and systems wherever they are” while aggregating and managing that data via the cloud.

Certainly with hybrid on-premises/cloud approaches pursued by most IT shops, a tool like OMS can bridge the gap between what you’re running in-house and what you’re running in the cloud (whether public or private, Windows or Linux, and Azure, AWS, or a specialty service like PagerDuty or ServiceNow). OMS monitors, alerts, provides disaster recovery, and automates.

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