PowerBI- SCOM Overview Dashboard Template

A three page report showing top level statistics of SCOM data. Reports include top 20 alert generators, count of alerts over time (7 Days), alerts by Management Pack (MP), and Agent health states.

Blog article detailing report data and configurations coming soon on www.blogs.technet.microsoft.com/askaplat/ 8/27/2018


The following text is from the article however the images are not working correctly.



Important Configurations:

Data-Source Parameters:

If you are importing from the template file you will be prompted for the “SCOM DB Instance”, “SCOM DB”, “SCOM DW Instance” and “SCOM DW”. Fill these fields with the appropriate SQL information for your environment and click ok.

If you are using the PBIX file:

Once you open the PowerBI file the first thing you will need to do is configure the data source by editing the parameters. You can do this simply by clicking the “Edit Queries” button ion the Home Toolbar and then selecting “Edit Parameters”

 Replace the “SCOM DB Instance”, “SCOM DB”, “SCOM DW Instance” and “SCOM DW” fields with the appropriate SQL information for your environment and click ok. Continue to click OK or Run to allow the Native queries to run and import the data. 



Conditional Columns:


There are 2 tables that we have implemented conditional columns to generalize or group data for easier viewing. These settings may need to be altered to meet your needs.



Agents Requiring Attention:


I use a conditional column here to translate between different health state codes into a friendly name. Below I outline where to find the specific settings.





Application Group Transforms:


To limit the number of redundant groups listed ion the filter views we created a conditional column to group like groups by display names. These will most likely need to be edited to fit the needs of your environment. Access to these settings are outlined in the images below.





Report Previews:









I hope these reports give you the necessary data points to empower your organization. Please feel free to comment below with any feedback or ideas that you would like to see templated or improved.


I also want to thank some fellow PFE’s in the SCOM field so shout out to Ted Teknos, and Mark Hawver for your guidance and insight into what data is valuable and what is not.