Designing SCOM
Hi team, The scenario is: Domain A: 300 servers and in DMZ 100 servers are there in a trusted boundary. Domain B: 50 servers. Domain C: 50 servers. No trust between these domains. The servers in Domain B & C (un trusted domain) should be monitored from domain A. For this i got a solution that deploying gateway server in the domain B & C will communicate to the management server in domain A. My question is Do I need to have gateway server in Domain A to communicate with management server or Kerberos itself enough for servers in DMZ? How many management servers are needed for this scenario? Or how can I design this senario to work efficiently? P.S.: Kindly correct me if I’m wrong in any of the places as I’m new to this. Thanks, Arun V
October 14th, 2010 1:44pm

Hi Arun V, 1. If you're have a kerberos trust(same forest and all appropriate ports is open) with DMZ servers then youdonot need a gateway, but you'll have to open port 5723 from every DMZ server to management server. 2. From my perspective - at least two management servers in A(RMS and MS), two gateways (B and C). Details depends on your servers' hardware specs, on high availability level you need and so...
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October 14th, 2010 1:54pm

Thanks a lot Alexey. It would be a great help if specify the hardware configuration which is most suitable for this scenario which includes high availability.
October 14th, 2010 2:22pm

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