Back from holiday

I’m back from a long holiday to the South of France (Port-Grimaud). We had great sunny and warm weather and spend quite some time at the beach.

I didn’t check my (work) email and only did some twittering during my holiday.  So if you want to know what I did during my holiday just check my Twitter account 😉

Now I’m downloading my (work) emails and browsing through all my rss feeds.

Here are some interesting articles I missed during my holiday and you maybe too:

  • Operations Manager 2007 & Essentials 2007 Deliver Support for Windows Server 2008 (Source:
    ”The System Center Operations Manager team is excited to announce support of Windows Server 2008 by Operations Manager 2007 SP1 and Essentials 2007 SP1.”

  • New version of PowerGUI (version 1.5.1) Source: Dmitry’s PowerBlog: PowerShell and beyond
    They added online script search to this version! It uses the PowerShell Code Repository.

  • The “Mojave" Experiment” Source: Eileen Brown
    I had already seen quite some discussion about Mojave on Twitter and FriendFeed. What do you think about Vista?

  • PowerShell Dashboard (Source: Marco Shaw)
    Mixing PowerShell, ASP.NET, Silverlight to deliver a modular dashboard based on scripting! More info on CodePlex.

  • Service Level Dashboard Management Pack for Operations Manager 2007 RTM. Source: SMS&MOM Blog
    The Service Level Dashboard for System Center Operations Manager is a new Solution Accelerator that addresses the need of IT service managers for end-to-end reporting on the performance and availability of their line-of-business (LOB) applications.

  • New OpsMgr Twitter User.
    Unofficial SCOM aggregator! with Twitter by Jeremy Pavleck. He’s everywhere 😉

  • OpsMgr IRC Chat Room. Source: Jeremy Pavleck.
    He’s setup an IRC chat room on the FreeNode network. Check it out!

  • New Resource for OpsMgr 2007 MP Authors and IT Pro’s OpsManJam is Live. Source: Chris Fox
    On this site you will find unofficial management packs, management pack authoring tutorials and guidance, featured articles on everything OpsManager 2007, command shell scripts, and more.

Comments (1)

  1. Anonymous says:

    I already blogged about the new OpsManJam website where you can find unofficial management packs, management

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