Learning Guide: Microsoft Operations Manager

Vandana Sharma, Assistant Editor, SearchWinSystems.com

Microsoft Operations Manager 2000 (MOM) is a comprehensive network monitoring solution that radically improves the availability, performance and security of Windows 2000 networks and applications. MOM provides central monitoring and automatic problem resolution for networks of tens to thousands of computers, continuously monitoring user actions, application software, servers and desktop computers.



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Laura Hunter is a Microsoft MVP and a senior systems analyst for a major American university. She's here to answer your questions on MOM and network management issues. Read more about Laura in our expert profile.



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Microsoft.com offers detailed guidance and recommended best practices for maintaining and running MOM in an existing IT infrastructure. Browse some of Microsoft's resources below.

  • Trial Software: Order the Microsoft Operations Manager 2005 Evaluation Software and evaluate its functionality and features prior to purchasing. Source: Microsoft.com
  • MOM Features: Discover the features of Microsoft Operations Manager, the operations management tool for Windows 2000-based environments of all sizes. Source: Microsoft.com
  • Webcast: Microsoft Operations Manager: An Introduction to MOM Architecture, Features, Performance, and Sizing: is intended for the novice user of the Microsoft Operations Manager (MOM) management product. This presentation will introduce MOM, provide an overview of the product, including architecture, internals, supported and unsupported configurations, scaling and performance, and sizing capabilities. Source: Microsoft.com
  • Webcast: Microsoft Operations Manager SP1: Configuration and Operational Best Practices: This webcast discusses how to set up Microsoft Operations Manager (MOM) SP1 to best meet your monitoring requirements. This session also provides tips for MOM settings for grooming, agent manager settings, buffer settings and communication settings for the best possible operational performance, and usage practicality. Source: Microsoft.com



This was first published in May 2005

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