May 2008 - Posts
Randy Roffey of Silect asked me to make you all aware of the following Webinar to be held on Wednesday 28th May 2008. Silect are experts on MP management and so this should be a good one.
Join us for a Webinar on May 28
Space is limited.
Reserve your Webinar seat now at:
This presentation will focus on process considerations and how MP Studio features can function as the foundation for a repeatable process.
If you have multiple management packs, multiple management groups and multiple administrators working with Operations Manager, having a well defined process is critical to a successful implementation of Operations Manager 2007. Even with smaller implementations, having a defined process for handling change requests for management packs is critical to avoiding costly downtime and unnecessary errors.
If ITIL and MOF are important to you, if Change Management and Version control are important functions in your organization, if auditing changes in management packs is something you would like to be able to do, then this webcast could be the most important event you attend all year!
All participants who sign up for the presentation will receive a copy of the Implementation Guide v1.0 Quick Reference by email after the presentation.
MP Implementation and Lifecycle Management
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Wednesday, May 28, 2008
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11:00 AM - 12:00 PM EDT
Raymond Chou that is
Raymond is a fellow OpsMgr MVP hailing from Kuala Lampur, Malaysia. He has setup up a great blog of his experiences with OpsMgr which can be found here: http://mymomexperience.blogspot.com/
Pete Zerger, another brilliant MVP made a comment on the blog and I couldn't have put it better myself:
"Raymond is someone with great insights into the product and the process for whom I have a great deal of respect. Definitely one to bookmark."
Finally a gadget we can all appreciate J
Some very clever people have written and released a Vista sidebar gadget which enables you to search just the System Center group of products or individual System Center products. The results returned are spot on and include data from TechNet, MSDN, Blogs and KB articles.
My good friend Maarten Goet has written a much more eloquent post about this tool which can be found here: http://www.techlog.org/archive/2008/04/30/system_center_content_search
I have 'borrowed' the download link from him though...thanks Maarten J
System Center Content Search