The Operations Management Suite (OMS) is a cloud service, designed to be easy and quick to set up. It will analyze and monitor your IT resources, no matter where they are located. The main focus is gathering machine data, such as event logs, syslogs, performance counter data, and network traces, and then applying intelligent analysis to provide insight and actionable advice.
In the previous post, we installed Ubuntu in a VirtualBox VM. Now it’s time to install SAMBA and configure the domain controller.
In the last post of this series, I described how to prepare your VirtualBox environment. In today’s post, I’ll show you how to install the Ubuntu server with the help of the netboot.xyz iPXE .iso.
If you want to run a domain controller on your network but don’t have access to a Windows Server license, you can use SAMBA, the free open-source software, and VirtualBox, the free virtualization software. We’ll describe the procedure for setting up a virtual server using VirtualBox and netboot.xyz iPXE and move on to setting up your domain controller with SAMBA.
One of the most troublesome tasks integrating your on-premises Active Directory environment with Azure was getting everything synced to Azure AD. At one time, we had to finagle with tools such as DirSync, AAD Connect, AAD Sync, etc. It was a pain. Microsoft has taken note and released a tool called Azure AD Connect to simplify the process.