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With the acquisition of Novell comes the merging of technologies. I can tell you that...
All development cycles/projects have code names until such a time a version number can be assigned to the release. This release was code named Eagle and thus the title! I must first say it has been a fast and furious year for the Novell Operations Center team filled with much change. Many thanks go out to the supporting cast of characters that delivered the product this year. The product has a fresh, clean look, a new name, improved quality and usability and many enhacements. As part of the updated brand a couple of integrations that are already available have never been called out on their own.
From time to time there are situations where you need a right-click operation to bounce back and forth between running on the server and running on the client workstation.
Why aren’t we at Service Level Agreement (SLA) nirvana? I mean really, we have had SLA tools for 10, 15 years or more. You probably have 1 or 10 or more tools that measure SLAs, of which most probably aren’t used. Why aren’t all of our data centers, applications, servers and everything else just numbers on some dashboard that we just glance at to make sure everything is good to go and that we are open for business?
Submitted by: mhudnall on Tue. 03.29.2011
Filed Under: Cool Solutions, Solution Provider, Technology Partners, Cool Blogs: Official Novell Bloggers, Data Center, Business Service Management Cool Solutions
Topic: Business Service Management, IT Management, Monitoring
Product: Business Service Management, Operations Center
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