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If you haven't heard about it already, you surely soon will! At this morning's keynote at MMS 2008 in Las Vegas, Bob Muglia (assisted by Barry Shilmover) announced the introduction of the Operations Manager 2007 Cross Platform Extensions Beta (Ops Mgr Cross Plat).
What does mean? Well, with Microsoft System Center Operations Manager 2007 Cross Platform Extensions Beta organizations can see how they will be able to extend the best-of-breed monitoring capabilities of Operations Manager 2007 to the HP-UX, Sun Solaris™, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, and Novell SUSE Linux Enterprise Server environments.
Some of the key benefits include:
To help introduce you to this exciting new solution, we've created new resources and communities where you can learn more:
[We also launched the new Operations Manager 2007 Interop Connectors Beta, enabling Operations Manager 2007 to share information with both IBM Tivoli Enterprise Console and HP OpenView for Windows and UNIX. More information on this later this week!]
You can download the Cross Platform Extensions Beta through Microsoft Connect. To help you navigate to the right spot, follow these directions:
We'll be posting more information and details to the Operations Manager 2007 TechCenter soon, so watch that space (as well as this blog) for more information in the very near future!
Sacha Dawes Sr. Technical Product Manager System Center
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This email links to some of the information available to help you understand, prepare for and leverage