Here are some examples of the solutions I have written in the last couple of years.
For other solutions please refer to the TechNet gallery
One of the things missing when using Azure is to get an overview of all resources running within you Azure subscription. I have written a PowerShell script which exports all resources from your Azure subscription and writes them to Excel for easy reading and inventory. reference – script
System Center Operations Manager
Back in SCOM 2007 I wrote the famous Health Check Reports together with fellow MVP Pete Zerger. These reports have been deployed in nearly every SCOM 2007 environment to report and tune SCOM environments health state. The version 3 of these reports is completely rewritten and fully compatible for 2012 R2.
Since there was no decent way to monitor your Windows Azure Pack environment with SCOM I have written a management pack to monitors Windows Azure Pack in detail complete with dashboards, views, knowledge. You can find the pack here and reference on System Center Central. After writing this version I have worked together with the Windows Azure Pack product team to rewrite the Microsoft version to include my recommendations which can be found here.
System Center Orchestrator
This integration pack is an addition to the default System Center integration packs. In contains activtities which let you do more advanced integration. You can find the pack here references on this site:
System Center Service Manager
This management pack contains classes, workflows and views to schedule any work item in SCSM. After importing and configuration the workflows will automatically create work items on a scheduled interval. Pack can be found here and reference here on System center central.
This management pack replaces the change status task on incidents to remove the possibility to close an incident and adds a required reason on every status change.
The pack can be found here and the reference can be found on this site: