OpsMgr 2007: Service Pack 1 Specific Training Videos Now Available Live on TechNet

OpsMgr 2007: Service Pack 1 Specific Training Videos Now Available Live on TechNet

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The first wave of Operations Manager 2007 Service Pack 1 specific training videos are now live on TechNet.  If you haven't seen any of the previous video's then you're really missing out.  These are hands-on videos from a how-to perspective that will go a long way towards getting you prepared for implementing Operations Manager 2007 Service Pack 1 (SP1).

The list of available videos as of today is below but to get the latest updates and to view the videos see http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/opsmgr/bb986763.aspx.

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Web page view type
Presenter: Scott Jackson, Microsoft
This video demonstrates using the new web page view type.
Running Time (minutes): 0:43
Date Posted: January 10, 2008

Web Console State View
Presenter: Scott Jackson, Microsoft
This video demonstrates parity between the web console and the Operations Manager console.
Running Time (minutes): 0:36
Date Posted: January 10, 2008

Change Agentless Proxy Agent
Presenter: Scott Jackson, Microsoft
This video demonstrates how to change the proxy agent for agentless managed computers.
Running Time (minutes): 0:34
Date Posted: January 10, 2008

Monitoring space performance enhancements
Presenter: Scott Jackson, Microsoft
This video demonstrates improved responsiveness of list-based views in the Monitoring space.
Running Time (minutes): 1:13
Date Posted: January 10, 2008

Targeting a monitor at a group
Presenter: Scott Jackson, Microsoft
This video demonstrates how to correctly target a monitor at a group.
Running Time (minutes): 1:19
Date Posted: January 10, 2008

Using the Microsoft Generic Report Library
Presenter: Eugene Bykov, Microsoft
This video demonstrates generic overrides report.
Running Time (minutes): 6:16
Date Posted: January 10, 2008

Using favorite reports and the report publishing feature
Presenter: Eugene Bykov, Microsoft
This video demonstrates favorite reports and report publishing features.
Running Time (minutes): 6:44
Date Posted: January 10, 2008

Using Reset or Recalculate on monitors
Presenter: Marius Sutara, Microsoft
This video demonstrates how to use tasks to reset or recalculate the state of a monitor.
Running Time (minutes): 7:59
Date Posted: January 10, 2008

Targeting Monitors
Presenter: Boris Yanushpolsky, Microsoft
This video demonstrates how to properly configure rules and monitors for multi-instance components.
Running Time (minutes): 3:53
Date Posted: January 10, 2008

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Presenter Biographies

Eugene Bykov
Eugene Bykov is a software development engineer on the System Center Operations Manager team responsible for several aspects of the Operations Manager User Interface including the Reporting infrastructure. Eugene has been with Microsoft for a number of years, working on MSCOM platform, Operations Manager and System Center Essentials.

Scott Jackson
Scott Jackson is a Program Manager on the System Center Operations Manager team responsible for several aspects of the Operations Manager User Interface including improvements to performance and usability as well as major feature areas of the next generation of Operations Manager. Scott has been with Microsoft more than two years.

Marius Sutara
Marius Sutara is a developer on the System Center Operations Manager core team. He is responsible for the implementation of some core monitoring areas including health state management, generation of alert as well as implementation of some monitors and rules for monitoring of the Operations Manager. Marius has been with Microsoft for almost 7 years and before working in his current engineering role, he worked in Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) team developing providers.

Boris Yanushpolsky
Boris Yanushpolsky is a program manager on the System Center Operations Manager team responsible for SDK, PowerShell as well as modeling. Prior to joining Microsoft, Boris worked as a software engineer.

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J.C. Hornbeck | Manageability Knowledge Engineer

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