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Windows User Group Event: Operations Manager 2007 R2

June 22, 2009

Microsoft has just released the newest version of System Center Operations Manager, 2007 R2. OpsMgr, AKA SCOM, allows an enterprise to monitor the health and performance of the IT infrastructure from hardware all the way to the applications. Component monitoring, audit logging, service delivery monitoring and performance monitoring have been with us since 2007. SLA monitoring has been enhanced in 2007 R2 and Cross Platform Extensions add the ability to natively monitor UNIX and LINUX from the Microsoft platform

This session by expert Paul Keely will introduce you to OpsMgr and to the new features added in OpsMgr 2007 R2.

Agenda

09:30 Introduction
09:45 The monitoring story
10:00 Operations Manger Whistle Stop tour
10:40 Breakout
10:50 Monitoring deep dive, Monitors, Rules, Synthetic Transactions and Service level dashboards all from the field.
11:50 Q&A

The Speaker

Paul Keely has been working for Microsoft Consultant Services for the last number of years doing enterprise deployments of most of the System Center products, but mostly focusing on SCOM. Paul is back working for himself, is deeply engaged in a number of large SCOM deployments right now and is full of lessons learned and helpful information for anyone thinking about deploying SCOM, and for those working on it right now.

Where And When

Registration is mandatory for attending the in-person event at Microsoft.

The event will be held in Building 2 at the Microsoft European Development Centre (EDC), South County Business Park, Leopardstown, Dublin 18

Registration: 09:00

Event: 09:30 until 12:00

Registration

To attend in person you must register.

Webcast

Registration is not required to join the online webcast. You can join the web cast by:
1) Installing the free Live Meeting Client
2) Clicking on this link: https://www.livemeeting.com/cc/usergroups/join?id=OpsMgr2007R2&role=attend

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