Posted by: kurtsh | December 11, 2006

WEBCAST: “Microsoft Strategy for Systems Management”

Today’s IT environments are complex, and IT Professionals have to deal with managing and operating diverse environments, while continuing to deliver the levels of availability, performance and stability required to run and support the business. To meet the needs of the busy IT Professional we have created a monthly Live Meeting to help answer your questions in a collaborative environment of technical specialists and your peers.

Join this monthly Live Meeting to learn how System Center provides the knowledge and management tools to help IT professionals gain control of their complex environment, helping IT move from being reactive to a proactive, responsive partner to the business, meeting or exceeding the service levels, and keeping pace with the business. This session will be led by SoCal’s Microsoft’s Management Technology Specialist.

What’s new in System Center Operations Manager 2007?

With this release, Operations Manager will:

  • Proactively manage business critical IT services, including distributed applications, the supporting infrastructure and hardware, and end-user service delivery.
  • Reduce the complexities of managing your IT environment by providing a monitoring solution that is designed with ease of use in mind.
  • Provide a highly reliable infrastructure by leveraging Windows Server and SQL 2005 clustering for high availability and through agents that automatically failover to a secondary management server if connectivity to the primary server is lost.
  • Include management packs with prescriptive knowledge developed by the application and OS development teams at Microsoft and verified in production deployments to improve monitoring, troubleshooting, and problem resolution for more than 50 Microsoft applications and Windows Server components.

Registration:

Please RSVP for this event by clicking the links below. Call 1.877.MSEVENT (877.673.8366) or visit http://msevents.microsoft.com/ and search on the Event Code.

December 22, 2006: Event Code: 1032309099

January 19, 2007: Event Code: 1032320009

February 16, 2007: Event Code: 1032320011

March 16, 2007: Event Code: 1032320013

April 20, 2007: Event Code: 1032320015

May 18, 2007: Event Code: 1032320137

June 15, 2007: Event Code: 1032320019


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