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When Operations Manager 2007 was first released, a high amount of knowledge was required to successfully create your own management packs. We started to make this easier with documentation for developers on MSDN, and we heard clear feedback that there was a high demand for good module-level documentation.
We are very excited to announce that the module documentation section of the Operations Manager Development Kit has been completed and published!
The Management Pack ecosystem is incredibly diverse and well populated with packs from Microsoft and our Partners. You can view all the available Management Packs in the System Center Marketplace.
And of course, make sure you are participating in the Operations Manager Evaluation Program!
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