Microsoft Operations Management Suite (OMS) is Microsoft's cloud-based IT management solution that helps you manage and protect your on-premises and cloud infrastructure. Container Solution is a solution in OMS Log Analytics, which helps you view the container inventory, performance, and logs in a single location. You can audit, troubleshoot containers by viewing the logs in centralized location, and find noisy consuming excess container on a host.
For more information about Container Solution, please refer to the Container Solution Log Analytics.
Setting up OMS from the DC/OS universe
This article assumes that you have set up an DC/OS and have deployed simple web container applications on the cluster.
- Microsoft Azure Subscription - You can get this for free.
- Microsoft OMS Workspace Setup - see "Step 3" below
- DC/OS CLI installed.
- In the DC/OS dashboard, click on Universe and search for ‘OMS’ as shown below.
- Click Install. You will see a pop up with the OMS version information and an Install Package or Advanced Installation button. When you click Advanced Installation, which leads you to the OMS specific configuration properties page.
Here, you will be asked to enter the
wsid(the OMS workspace ID) and
wskey(the OMS primary key for the workspace id). To get both
wskeyyou need to create an OMS account at https://mms.microsoft.com. Please follow the steps to create an account. Once you are done creating the account, you need to obtain your
wskeyby clicking Settings, then Connected Sources, and then Linux Servers, as shown below.
Select the number you OMS instances that you want and click the ‘Review and Install’ button. Typically, you will want to have the number of OMS instances equal to the number of VM’s you have in your agent cluster. OMS Agent for Linux is installs as individual containers on each VM that it wants to collect information for monitoring and logging information.
Setting up a simple OMS dashboard
Once you have installed the OMS Agent for Linux on the VMs, next step is to set up the OMS dashboard. There are two ways to do this: OMS Portal or Azure Portal.
Log in to the OMS portal (https://mms.microsoft.com) and go to the Solution Gallery.
Once you are in the Solution Gallery, select Containers.
Once you’ve selected the Container Solution, you will see the tile on the OMS Overview Dashboard page. Once the ingested container data is indexed, you will see the tile populated with information on the solution view tiles.
Login to Azure portal at https://portal.microsoft.com/. Go to
Marketplace, select Monitoring + management and click See All. Then Type
containers in search. You will see "containers" in the search results. Select Containers and click Create.
Once you click Create, it will ask you for your workspace. Select your workspace or if you do not have one, create a new workspace.
Once you’ve selected your workspace, click Create.
For more information about the OMS Container Solution, please refer to the Container Solution Log Analytics.
How to scale OMS Agent with ACS DC/OS
In case you need to have installed OMS agent short of the actual node
count or you are scaling up VMSS by adding more VM, you can do so by
You can either go to Marathon or the DC/OS UI Services tab and scale up your node count.
This will deploy to other nodes which have not yet deployed the OMS agent.
Uninstall MS OMS
To uninstall MS OMS enter the following command:
$ dcos package uninstall msoms
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Now that you have set up OMS to monitor your containers,see your container dashboard.