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Windows 7: Windows, UNIX and Linux Data Sharing Tool Available

29 Jul 2009   #1

Window 7 build 7600, Xp pro(VM)
Windows, UNIX and Linux Data Sharing Tool Available

Microsoft has made available for download the RTM version of a collection of tools designed to bridge System Center Operations Manager 2007 R2 with Enterprise Management Systems (EMS) and service desk systems. System Center Operations Manager 2007 R2 Connectors RTM is up for grabs via the Microsoft Download Center since the end of the past week. The main function of the Connectors is to ensure that Operations Manager 2007 R2 alerts are being forwarding and synchronized with remote systems.

“After Operations Manager 2007 R2 forwards an alert to a remote system, the alert data is synchronized throughout the lifetime of the alert. The result of that data synchronization is a robust and seamless systems management environment. Such an environment enables cross-organization support processes to take advantage of the resources and strengths of formerly independent support groups. The ultimate effect is improved enterprise systems health through improved organizational communication,” explained Kevin Muldoon, Microsoft senior program manager.


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