Today is the first class of my new Karate school in Hoboken, NJ. It's called the Hoboken Kyudokan Goju Ryu Karate school.
The class kicks off in about an hour and despite the fact that I have been teaching karate for years, I'm actually really nervous :)
If you want any more information, the website is http://www.hoboken-karate.com
Wish me luck!!
We are proud to announce the release of Live Maps v3 for Operations Manager 2007. This version opens many new doors to all the data collected by System Center Operations Manager 2007.
Business process availability monitoring or web enabled executive dashboards? Network topologies or live application diagrams? Live Maps v3 in combination with System Center Operations Manager 2007 brings you all that and more!
Key New Features:
Network and application topology maps
Business process maps
All maps are dynamic and change-aware
Network-link monitoring on any map
Wizard and template based map creation
Enhanced scalability of the Web and Authoring console
Changed architecture for health state roll-up
Who Should You Do Next?
Request an evaluation or NFR key
Watch the new scenario based training videos
Build some new v3 maps and impress your customers!
If you are interested in a personal demo just send us an email
Finally I got around to compiling this whitepaper which gives advice and recommendations on planning, installing and configuring OpsMgr in enterprise environments.
The document covers some advanced deployment tips such as the use of gateway servers to span WAN links and also covers some often overlooked best practices around High Availability and Business Continuity. This whitepaper has been a long time in the making and consolidates the experience I have gathered over the past year implementing some of the largest and most complex OpsMgr infrastructures to date.
Thanks to Pete Zerger and SystemCenterForum for serving as tech editor and or course hosting the document which can be downloaded HERE.