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Savision B.V., the leader in Microsoft® System Center Operations Manager visualization, today announced the availability of a free version of Live Maps for Microsoft Operations Manager 2007. Microsoft Operations Manager administrators everywhere can now benefit from the extraordinary visualization capabilities of Live Maps v3. The free version is fully functional and allows IT organizations to create three maps of any type.”

We are proud to announce the availability of a free version of Live Maps for Microsoft Operations Manager 2007. Now you and OpsMgr administrators everywhere can benefit from the extraordinary visualization functionality of Live Maps v3. The free version is fully functional and allows you to create three maps of any type.

Live Maps v3 allows your IT organization to easily conceive, build and maintain large-scale monitoring maps. New wizards and templates empower you and your colleagues to quickly construct dynamically updated network and application topologies, geographical views, complex business processes and executive dashboards. This ensures that employees at all levels, from the IT operator to the business executive, have access to the information needed to proactively manage IT problems.

Live Maps gives organizations running Microsoft System Center Operations Manager 2007 a powerful web-enabled solution to create end-to-end service topologies, business process and executive dashboard maps. Additionally, the latest version allows maps to become network link aware ensuring that connectivity problems are easily identifiable. We are giving you all of this for free in order for you to truly maximize your organization’s investment in Operations Manager 2007.

This is a limited time offer – download your copy today at www.savision.com/free.

Posted March 18, 2009 by Robert Smit [MVP] in System Center Operations Manager

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