Check out the Operations Manager 2012 Learning Roadmap

Check out the Operations Manager 2012 Learning Roadmap

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imageThere’s a new app available that you’ll want to check out if you’re needing a quick and easy way to get started learning the basics of System Center 2012 Operations Manager. It’s called the Operations Manager 2012 Learning Roadmap and is available for Windows 8 (x86, x64, ARM) based systems. A colleague of mine recently turned me on to this app and while it is not officially associated with Microsoft in any way I thought it might have some value for any of you who are new to the product.

Description

The Operations Manager 2012 Learning Roadmap continues with the same goal as the Operators Basics Superflow: to provide information that helps front-line operators who are new to Operations Manager get started using the product.

Leveraging Windows 8 Modern User-Interface, the Operations Manager 2012 Learning Roadmap provides a structured and interactive interface for viewing Key Concepts, Getting Started, Navigating Workspaces, and Advanced Monitoring.

The Operations Manager 2012 Learning Roadmap is intended for Operators who are new to System Center 2012: Operations Manager through Level II Support Engineers.

With the ability to search from within the application to snapping the application to the side of your screen, the Operations Manager 2012 Learning Roadmap will be a welcome tool to any up and coming Operations Manager Administrator.

The app is free and you can find it in the Windows 8 Marketplace here: http://apps.microsoft.com/windows/en-us/app/operations-manager-2012-learning/02d49b75-0a9e-44b6-a5e5-284d53cae7ae

J.C. Hornbeck | Solution Assets PM | Microsoft GBS Management and Security Division

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  • Thankyou for the link, and it looks interesting.

    however when I follow the link to open it in the store to install it just takes me to the Store page. I am unable to search it either. Is this restricted to the US market only?

  • Gareth - I had to enable UAC then open my Store app first. After doing that I used the link provided above, then clicked the "view in store" button which took me to the store and allowed installation.

    There may be an easier way to do it but that's what worked for me.