About

Firstly, the name. The Microsoft Operations Framework (http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc539262.aspx) defines the Operating Quadrant as including “IT operating standards, processes, and procedures that are regularly applied to service solutions to achieve and maintain service levels within predetermined parameters.” The Service Management Functions included within the Operating Quadrant are:

System Administration
Security Administration
Directory Services
Administration
Network Administration
Service Monitoring and Control
Storage Management
Job Scheduling

For many of us IT professionals, this is the world we live in. The purpose of this site is serve as a repository for helpful articles and discussions on detailed real-world solutions for improving the network and system environments that we support.

 

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10 Responses to About

  1. Marnix Wolf says:

    Hi Chris.

    Good blog you have. I will add it to my feeds. Keep up the good work.

    Best regards,
    Marnix Wolf

  2. Congratulations for this blog man. I’m from Brazil, I really love to use and study MOF (3 and 4 🙂 ) and I will follow oyu here every time.

    Regards,

  3. Prabu Selvarajan says:

    Hi Kris Bash,

    Thanks a lot for you help in resolving my management pack issue in monitoring the SNMP device in various scenarios and suggesting various logical options.

    Your knowledge in SCOM-SNMP (definitely you are an master of many stuff) is of great help to many people. Its from my heart (not false praise), I can find you are the only person who is helping to resolve many people’s SCOM-SNMP issues (whenever I google for SCOM-SNMP issues and solutions) with quick solution.

    Thanks a lot for your timely help 🙂

    Regards,
    Prabu

  4. Hi Kris, Thank you very much for your blog postings. It is of great help to everybody. I am making sure it is staying in my RSS feeds for sure. Regards,
    Bob Cornelissen

  5. ben says:

    Hi,

    What de difference between :

    Smart Management Pack for Cisco Devices (jalasoft) and

    xSNMP Management Pack Suite or Cisco Management Pack for SP1 ??.

    Thanks for reading.

    Best regards.

  6. Alex Fischer says:

    Kristofer,

    are there any plans to involve the monitoring of Cisco-QOS in your adavanced SNMP Monitoring Management Pack? One of my colleagues is very interested of this.

    Alex

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