System Center Operations Manager (SCOM) is a cross-platform data center management system for operating systems and hypervisors. It uses a single interface that shows state, health and performance information of computer systems.
It also provides alerts generated according to some availability, performance, configuration or security situation being identified. It works with Microsoft Windows Server and Unix-based hosts.
The product began as a network management system called SeNTry ELM, which was developed by the British company Serverware Group plc.
In June 1998 the intellectual property rights were bought by Mission Critical Software, inc who renamed the product Enterprise Event Manager. Mission Critical undertook a complete rewrite of the product, naming the new version OnePoint Operations Manager (OOM).
Mission Critical Software merged with NetIQ in early 2000, and sold the rights of the product to Microsoft in October 2000. It was renamed Microsoft Operations Manager (MOM) and had another release as Microsoft Operations Manager 2005. Microsoft renamed the product System Center Operations Manager and released System Center Operations Manager 2007.System Center Operations Manager 2007 was designed from a fresh code
base, and although sharing similarities to Microsoft Operations Manager,
is not an upgrade from the previous versions.
System Center 2012 R2 Operations Manager
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- Product Code: System Center
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