Somewhere between the physical and the virtual
System Center Blogs
Configuration ManagerThe team that supports Configuration Manager.
OrchestratorA blog by the teams who make and support Orchestrator.
Operations ManagerThe folks who make and support Operations Manager.
Data Protection ManagerBlog done by the Data Protection Manager product and support teams.
Service ManagerCommunications from the System Center Service Manager team.
Virtual Machine ManagerThe team that makes and supports Virtual Machine Manager.
System Center HomeThe home page for System Center on the Web.
System Center on TechNetTechNet's agglomerated resources on System Center.
myITforum.comRod Trent's Web site primarily focused on systems and configuration management.
SystemCenterCentral.comThird-party site that pulls together stuff across the SC suite.
Deployment ForumCommunity site about Windows deployment matters.
The Blogcast RepositoryWhere you'll find technical videos, blogs, forums and more on Config Manager as well as other System Center products.
FAQShop.comHints, tips, answers, FAQs on Microsoft's systems management products.
Virtualization FeedMaster aggregator of blog posts and twitters on virtualization.
Virtualization HomeFor all pertaining to the Microsoft Virtualization story.
The System Center Operations Manager 2007 team is excited to announce that System Center Operations Manager 2007 SP1 has Released-to-Manufacturing (RTM), and is now available for download! This release of SP1 marks an important milestone for the System Center Operations Manager 2007, making the product easier to support, easier to use, and easier to deploy.
With over 3000 downloads of the SP1 Release Candidate (RC) to date, and with over 15,000 SP1 RC agents deployed into production by TAP customers, it’s clear that customer’s are eager to get their hands on this powerful update to Operations Manager 2007—Microsoft’s industry-leading and award-winning end-to-end service monitoring solution for enterprise environments!
A big thank you to our customers, to those who participated in the Service Pack Release Candidate, to our MVPs, and to the Operations Manager team in getting this Service Pack out of the door!
What’s included in Service Pack 1?
Operations Manager 2007 SP1 addresses critical customer-initiated issues, including improved deployment, performance, reporting, and enhanced support.
Highlighting some of the key new features and enhancements:
Obtaining System Center Operations Manager 2007 SP1
System Center Operations Manager 2007 SP1 is currently being pushed out to the web, and the following links are being replicated over the weekend (replication is expected to be completed by Mon Feb 25th, if not earlier).
Where Can I Go For Further Information?
At the time of writing we're rolling out new resources to the Operations Manager 2007 TechCenter, including links to What's New, SP1 Training Videos, new documentation, and more! This rollout should be completed by next Monday (Feb 25th), so bear that in mind if you go in and try to navigate that resource right now!
Worth while keeping your feeds updated with info on  http://blogs.technet.com/systemcenter/archive/2008/02/23/system-center-operations-manager-2007-service-pack-1-sp1-now-available.aspx
The final Service Pack 1 has been released! Version 6.0.6278.0 Read more about it here: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/opsmgr/cc280350.aspx
Is available. Details here: http://blogs.technet.com/systemcenter/archive/2008/02/23/system-center-operations-manager-2007-service-pack-1-sp1-now-available.aspx...
Microsoft announced this week that that System Center Operations Manager 2007 SP1 has Released-to-Manufacturing
SCOM at RTM had a few problems that made it challenging to use in larger environments. I specifically got hit by the disjointed DNS namespace problem at one consulting client and found myself having to wait for SP1. Well, that wait is over. SCOM SP1 is
Comments in this blog are open and monitored for each post for a period of one week after the posting date. If you have a specific question about a blog post that is older than one week, please submit your question via our Twitter handle @System_Center