Microsoft's System Center Operations Manager has much more power than the interface allows access to. Of exceeding importance in an enterprise setting is building high availability into our systems. SCOM includes much of this by default in the management structures. The interface no longer reflects these settings, but they're still available to us through Powershell. Here's a little script I use in our environment for bringing new gateways online.
Our Operations Manager installation has been through a few sets of hands since the contracted installer put it in place 4 or so years ago. I inherited it as a fully operational black box a year ago. I was handed the keys and tasked with figuring out how it all went together. I'd come from the Linux world (technically FreeBSD), I'd never even heard of System Center, much less Operations Manager. I knew nothing of the history of the program itself or the suite of apps which had been acquired by Microsoft and bundled together into an enterprise DevOps platform.
Connecting System Center to Microsoft Teams (straight to the code: https://github.com/cole-mcdonald/Blog_Code/blob/master/Send-SCOM2Teams.ps1)